Open House Thom March 2017

Open House Thom March 2017

March Newsletter 2017

March Newsletter 2017

Ruth Pawson SCC AGM

Mark your calendars!

The Ruth Pawson School Community Council AGM will be held on

Tuesday, June 13th at 6:30PM in the Resource Centre.

 

Regina Public Schools Kindergarten Information

February Newsletter 2017

February Newsletter 2017

High School Open House

Family Literacy Day

Friday, January 27, 2017 is Family Literacy Day. 

All across Canada, families are being encouraged to celebrate by taking part in activities to promote literacy.  Taking time every day to read or do a learning activity with children is crucial to a child's development.  Even 15 minutes a day can improve a child's literacy skills dramatically.

Over the next couple weeks, you and your child are invited to participate in our Literacy Bingo.  The Bingo sheets were sent home last week.  Have your child check off at least 5 activities in any row, have a parent sign the Bingo card and return the card to the Ballot box in the office by Monday, January 30, 2017. 

Your child could win a $25 Scholastic gift card!

Send us a picture of your family reading together or completing a literacy activity to shannon.silverthorn@rbe.sk.ca to be displayed at Ruth Pawson School.  One submission will win a $25 Scholastic gift card!  Don't forget to include your family name with your photo submission.

Try Academy Day

Out of bounds: Staff Parking Lot

We've noticed an increase in the number of families who are either picking up or dropping off their children in the staff parking lot.

Please note that children should NOT be dropped off or picked up in the staff parking lot. 

By doing this, you are putting your child in danger .  The parking lot is used by staff as well as by delivery and emergency vehicles.

Please drop your child off in designated zones and help keep them safe. 

Help needed from Pawson Panthers community!

 


Attention parents/families/community!


We continue to see instances where our students are being placed in unsafe situations on the streets surrounding our school.

  To ensure student safety, we would like to see students dropped off in designated areas and we encourage students and community to use the crosswalks.

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