Tell Them From Me Survey for Grades 4-8

Please read the attached parent letter about our upcoming Tell Them From Me Survey. 

Have a great long weekend and happy Thanksgiving!

Parent Letter

 

Pearson Saskatchewan Portal

Pearson Saskatchewan Portal

http://pearsoned.ca/school/product/skresources/index.html

 

Regina Public Schools would like to announce the purchase of e-text resources available through Pearson Saskatchewan Portal as a support for Grades 4-9 students.  E-Text resources are easy-to-use and available anytime and anywhere internet access is available whether using a personal computer (MAC or PC) or other devices providing the appropriate Pearson e-Text app has been downloaded (iPad and Android).  E-Text resources available for Grades 4-9 students include:

  • Literacy in Action Grades 7-8 and Live Ink Grade 9
  • Mathematiques WNCP/Math Makes Sense Grades 4-9
  • Pearson Science Grades 4-9
  • Saskatchewan Social Studies Grades 4-7 and Pathways Grade 9

 

In support of accessing Pearson Saskatchewan Portal resources, each student in Grades 4-9 will be provided with a username and password in early October and will be provided instruction regarding where and how to login and access e-text resources available.  Once this occurs, and in support of learning at home, parents/guardians of students in Grades 4-9 are asked to record student username and password at home to enable home access.

 

 

October News & Calendar Now on the Website!

What Should I Pack for Lunch?

Parents of Students in Grades 6 - 8 - We want to hear from you!

 

 

Regina Public Schools would like to know how we can best meet your family’s needs when it comes to high school education. We are striving to provide an equitable and exceptional educational and extra-curricular experience for all high school students, regardless of where they live in Regina.

 

We are asking students in elementary school grades 6 to 8 and high school grades 9 to 12 and parents or guardians to share their thoughts so we at Regina Public Schools create a better high school experience.

 

 

We encourage you to participate. Please click on this link for more details and to participate.

 

 

High School Strategy - Parent Letter

MEND

MEND – Mind, Exercise, Nutrition…Do It! (two attachments)

MEND – Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, and Do it! MEND in Saskatchewan empowers children and families to become fitter and healthier. This free, 10-week, family-based program is fun, interactive, and supports children 2 to 4, 5 to 7, and 7 to 13 years of age and their families to adopt a healthy lifestyle. 

Regardless of age, children and their families who register for MEND participate and attend MEND sessions together. For children ages 7 to 13 years of age, the MEND runs two times per week; for children ages 5 to 7 years of age, one time per week; and for children ages 2 to 4 years of age, one time per week. Note that participation in MEND is open to all children regardless of children’s body weight. 

Note that a MEND registration form has been attached to this message. Additional information has been attached to this message with specifics regarding registration and MEND in Saskatchewan found at http://www.kinesiology.usask.ca/mend-sk.php

 

 

 

School Community Council

Ruth Pawson's 2014-2015 SCC:

Chairperson:  Kelsey Wolf

Vice-Chairperson:  Michelle Ring

Secretary:  Heidi Walters

Treasurer:  Glenna Kuntz

Members:  Mike Spicer, Craig Fleming, David Kuntz, Charlene Bosley, Carmela Wall & Brittany Pidman

 

 

School Cash Online for Regina Public Schools

On-line payments is up and running for the 2014-2015 school year.  We encourage parents to pay for school fees such as agendas, field trips and any other upcoming events.  Please click on the link on the main page to sign up for this method of payment. 

Welcome Back!

 Please follow the links for the September Newsletter and Calendar.  Looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow morning! 

September News

September Calendar

**Please note that our student lunchrooms no longer have microwaves.  The decision was made based on time issues (too many lunches to heat up in the given time) and the cost of replacing old machines.  Pack a cold lunch or send pre-heated left-overs in a thermos.  Thanks for your understanding. 

School Opening

Sep 2 2014
Canada/Saskatchewan

The 2014-2015 school year is just days away from starting.  Tuesday, September 2 at 8:53 the bells will ring for the first time and we'll meet in the gym prior to breaking into homerooms.

See you soon!

 

 

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