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High School Open Houses - Discover the Difference!

Explore unparalleled choices and opportunities open to all students throughout Regina.

Get the information you need on academic and extracurricular activities, as well as our unique programming such as Advanced Placement, Campus Regina Public, Martin Academy and the Balfour Arts Collective. Experience the best school spirit anywhere!

For complete information please view the Open House poster:  click to view

Top 10 Tips for Financial Well-Being

Looking for tips and tricks to help you get and stay on track financially? Have a few money-related questions but haven’t found the right person to discuss it with in a non-judgmental environment? Wondering how you can spark a personal finance-related discussion with your child? This is the session for you! In 75 minutes, you will learn about money awareness, basics of investing, debt management and emergency funds in a fun and interactive discussion.

Join us on February 13th at 7PM at the Regina Public School Division Office

Welcome to Kindergarten!

We are now accepting registration for Kindergarten for 2019-2020. If your child will be five years old by December 31, 2019, he/she will be eligible to attend kindergarten in the fall of 2019. Click HERE for the form or call the school at 306-791-8531.  If you know a family who has a child who would be eligible for Kindergarten next year, please share this information with them.

Schools cancelled due to power outage

Due to the extended power failure in the City of Regina, we will be closing a number of our schools.

Parents must pick up their students or give permission to the schools to release them.

Schools will remain open for students who cannot go home.

The following is a list of schools that will be closed for classes at 11:45 am, if you do not see your school name classes continue today.

Please check with local media and Twitter for more details

Absences Add Up!

Did you know?

Being on time for school sets your child up for a great day of learning.

Even in Kindergarten, absences can cause children to fall behind in their learning.

Missing 10 percent (or about 18 days) can make it difficult to learn to read – a critical future skill.