Ruth Pawson School

Our school opened in 1976 and was named after Ms. Ruth Pawson.

Ruth Pawson was born in Ontario, and then moved to Regina as a child.

She had a distinguished career with the Regina Public School Board, starting as a teacher in 1929 and retiring as a primary consultant in 1966.

Her talent as an artist has bought acclaim from far beyond Canada's borders.

A teacher who set high standards for herself, she led by example and challenged with warmth and compassion.

 

Cross Country

This year over 30 students participated in Cross Country running. Those students ran in a race at Douglas Park on Sept. 20. They represented Ruth Pawson School very well, and many of them placed in the top 25 of their age categories. Students in the top 25 competed again on Oct. 4 against other students from all Regina Public Schools. The following students placed in the top 5 for their age categories: Marissa H. - 1st place, Aziella G. - 2nd place, Isabella S. - 3rd place, Dane M. - 3rd place, and Brodie H. - 4th place. Great job, and congratulations to all of our runners!!

Mrs. Fischl and Ms. Senft

FCC Drive Away Hunger

Ruth Pawson School will once again participate in the FCC Drive Away Hunger program by collecting donations of food for people who are hungry in our area. By participating in this program, FCC will include our school in two draws for a $500 donation.

Please send food items to school with your child between Oct. 5 - 12, to support this program. FCC staff will bring a big tractor and trailer to collect our donations on Oct. 12.

Donating food isn't the only way to participate; we are also doing an in-school activity so every student can get involved.

For more information of FCC Drive Away Hunger, visit https://www.fcc-fac.ca/en/in-your-community/fcc-drive-away-hunger.html

Below is a list of most needed food items according to Food Banks Canada:

  • pasta products and rice
  • canned meats and fish
  • dry and canned soups and stews
  • canned fruits and vegetables
  • flour
  • breakfast cereal
  • canned/powdered milk
  • fruit juices
  • pasta sauce
  • beans and legumes
  • infant formula and baby food          

Thank you for your support. Working together, we can drive away hunger! 

School Finder!

Need a quick way to find out what school or schools serve your area?  Regina Public Schools provides a school locator.  Enter your address or the name of your housing development and it will provide the name of the schools.  It will also tell you whether or not yo qualify for transportation.

Check it out!

School Community Councils

Every Regina Public School and High School has a School Community Council (SCC).These SCCs were mandated by the Provincial Government to replace parent teacher associations; school councils;  and home and school associations.

To find out more about the school's School Community Council or to get involved please contact the school.

Please visit the following Regina Public School webpage for complete information:   Community Councils