OCTOBER 9, 2020 -- At approximately 11:00 a.m., we were informed by the Saskatchewan Health Authority that a positive case of C
JUNE 9, 2020 -- As Phase 3 of the ReOpen Saskatchewan Plan has begun, SGI has published new guidelines for Class 5 Driver Training. Our driver instructors will be in touch with students who have passed the drivers education class to schedule their in-car training. Our instructors will be abiding by Saskatchewan Health Authority safety guidelines with particular attention to physical distancing and disinfecting vehicles between drives.
June 5, 2020 -- As we close this first week of June, Regina Public Schools would like to take a moment to pause, to consider and to welcome the groundswell of voices and actions in response to, and in recognition of, the racial inequality we have seen in the United States and the well-documented racial inequality that we recognize in our own country and city.
On Friday, June 5, 2020, we are seeing demonstrations in Regina. We see families, co-workers and children marching in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Regina Public Schools welcomes and supports these voices.
MAY 22, 2020 -- Are you or do you know an exceptional Grade 11 student who will be graduating from Grade 12 in 2021? Twelfth Year Photography is now accepting nominations and applications for Twelfth Year Ambassadors. Chosen students (a maximum of four per high school in Regina) will receive a complimentary photo shoot and a chance to win a $1,000 bursary.
To nominate a student or to apply, please CLICK HERE.
MAY 13, 2020 -- May is Early Childhood Education Month in Saskatchewan. This month reminds us that positive experiences for young children continue to help them throughout their lives with quality early year's programs and initiatives.
May 13th is Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day. Thank you to all of our amazing and hard-working Early Childhood Educators who teach, support and build strong relationships with children and their families! You make a positive difference in the futures of our youngest students.