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Our June newsletter and calendar have been added to the website!


May Newsletter & Calendar

The April Newsletter & Calendar have been added to the website!

School Phone

We are unable to receive or make phone calls from our school # - 306 791-8483 as Sasktel is having difficulty with phone lines in Uplands.  Sasktel can not provide information as to how long we will be having difficulties.  You can still leave a message using that number but if you need to speak to someone immediately, please use our student line 306 791-8499.  Thanks! 

Tune in at 8:10 this Thursday!

Members of our Student Representative Council will be on Z99 at 8:10 this Thursday to present a cheque from all their fundraising efforts last week.  This community has a big heart.  Thanks for your support! 

Student First

Student First Survey and You

Over the past few months, Student First advisors have criss-crossed the province asking students, teachers, parents and others about what is going well in the province. The Government of Saskatchewan now has a survey available that you can do from your home or office to let them know how to put the Student First. Regina Public Schools families, including students, are encouraged to learn more about Student First and to complete the survey.

For more information and to find the survey, please visit the Regina Public Schools website at and look in the “What’s New” section, or follow this link:

Thanks in advance for your participation.


Spring is only 3 weeks away! Continue to believe!

The March Newsletter and Calendar have been added to the website.  Scroll down and look for Public Links on the left menu.  All information about next week's neonatal fundraiser events are included in the newsletter.  Come help us welcome one of our own Pawson sons - Chris Getzlaf - at the pancake breakfast Tuesday morning!  Stay warm!

Ready to go!

The February Newsletter and Calendar have been added to the website!  Stay warm!

FYI - Lunchroom Changes


1.       As of Monday, the primary lunchroom (grades 1-3) will be separated in to 3 groups and students will eat in classrooms rather than in the community centre.  Supervisors will create the groups (roughly 23 students per group) based on the best interest of the students and will ensure that everyone has a friend with whom they can visit while they eat.   


2.       There is only 1 microwave per group so please refrain from sending lunches that require more than 1 minute.  Frozen or KD dinners that require 2-5 minutes must be microwaved at home the night before or in the morning prior to school and then simply reheated at noon.  You are encouraged to send lunches that do not require microwaves. 



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