May 4, 2021 -- Regina Public Schools is excited to introduce Edsby to all staff, students and parents/guardians.
January 14, 2021--Your Board of Education and school division would like to know your thoughts about the recent temporary remote learning in which all students participated, before and after the holiday break.
We are asking parents, guardians, students and employees to participate in a voluntary, anonymous and confidential survey. Deadline for completing the survey is January 29, 2021.
A summary of the survey results will be on the Regina Public Schools website, when available.
Our Teacher Librarian, Mme Miranda Fick has been working on a literacy challenge for our students and we hope that you will participate. With the disjointed year last year, we are noticing that students are reading less than what they used to and we want to inspire them to rekindle their love of books. Simply put, students who read more have a better chance for success in school and out and we want our Wildcats to achieve!
In alignment with Public Health messaging, the Government of Saskatchewan supports immunization as the best way to protect children from many diseases. Immunization protects individuals, families and communities by preventing the spread of disease. In Saskatchewan, immunization programs for young children are provided by public health nurses through local public health clinics.