Adjusted School Day Due to STF Job Action

February 5, 2024 - The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation announced they will withdraw noon-hour supervision on Thursday, February 8, 2024. Without having an adequate number of supervisors, schools cannot safely have students in the building over the lunch hour.

As a result, the school day is being shortened and students will be dismissed at 12 Noon in elementary schools and 1 p.m. in high schools.

Read the letter shared with all school families below, or here.

International Language Day in Saskatchewan

FEBRUARY 2, 2024—The Ministry of Education has officially declared February 3, 2024 as International Language Day in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Association of International Languages (SAIL) invites everyone to celebrate all languages in the world on Saturday, February 3rd at 2:00 p.m. in the Education Auditorium, College of Education, University of Regina. This free event will feature cultural performances, singing and lots more. Partner organizations include Multilingual Association of Regina (MLAR), Government of Saskatchewan, SaskCulture and Sask Lotteries.

Staff Appreciation Week 2024

FEBRUARY 2, 2024—The Ministry of Education has officially declared February 11-17, 2024 as Staff Appreciation Week in Saskatchewan. This year's theme is "Shaping the Future Together."

Thank you, staff members of Regina Public Schools, for your caring and commitment to students and to the continuous improvement of public education in Regina. No matter your position with Regina Public Schools, we are all part of a very important job of educating students and giving them the knowledge and skills to be successful. Every day you make a vital difference in the lives of students and their families!