Announcements

Health Science Programs Available.

December 15, 2022 -- Saskatchewan has agreements with post-secondary institutions in other provinces to reserve seats for eligible Saskatchewan residents in specific health training programs not offered in the province. These programs provide training for priority health sciences jobs in Saskatchewan.

Click on this link to read the Health Science Educational Programs Available to Saskatchewan Students Outside the Province .pdf. There, you will find links with more information.

Kids Help Phone

December 12, 2022 -- Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7 e-mental health service offering free, confidential support to young people in English and French.

Mental health tips and info - With Kids Help Phone’s web resources, young people can get information about how their thoughts, feelings and behaviours are connected and what they can do to care for their well-being.

Crisis support - If young people need help right now, they can text or Facebook message a trained, volunteer crisis responder at Kids Help Phone about anything they are going through. No issue is too big or too small.

All Student Transportation Cancelled

December 7, 22 -- All student transportation has been cancelled due to windchill of -50C. If students will be absent, please report absences to school. Note our procedures below. If wind chill is colder than -40C, student transportation will be cancelled for those requiring specialized buses with wheelchair lifts. If wind chill is colder than -45C, all student transportation will be cancelled. Regina Public Schools' Transportation office will contact parents in the event of a cancellation, but sometimes calls take time to get through. Please watch weather reports and be aware when we cancel.

AIDS Awareness

NOVEMBER 30, 2022 -- AIDS Awareness Month (December), World AIDS Day (December 1st) and Indigenous AIDS Awareness Week (December 1st to 7th) continue to provide opportunities to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and its impacts; to remember, honour and celebrate those who have died of HIV/AIDS; and to support education and prevention activities that seek to counter stigma and discrimination that target people who are living with, affected by or at risk of HIV/AIDS.

According to a CBC Saskatchewan report earlier this year, "Saskatchewan's HIV numbers remain the highest in Canada with transmission rates at more than double the national average."