CUPE 3766 Toy Drive

NOVEMBER 22, 2022 -- Regina Public Schools' CUPE 3766 members are once again requesting toy donations for families at Albert, Arcola, Judge Bryant, Centennial, Connaught, Coronation Park, The Crescents, Dr. George Ferguson, Glen Elm, Imperial, Henry Janzen, Kitchener, McDermid, Plainsview, Rosemont, Seven Stones, Thomson and Walker Schools.

Toys can be dropped off at École Centennial Community School at 6903 Dalgliesh Drive (front door entrance) from November 28th to December 1st between 3:45 and 4:30 p.m. or on December 2nd from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Thank you for helping to make the holiday season a little brighter for some Regina Public families.


National Child Day

NOVEMBER 18, 2022 -- November 20th is National Child Day, a day to recognize the ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), and to recognize and honour children and youth in Canada.

To celebrate National Child Day, the Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth, together with its Youth Advisory Council, created a video about the importance of the day and invited classrooms across the province to participate in a group challenge to help spread the word about children's rights.

Saskatchewan Multicultural Week

NOVEMBER 17, 2022 -- Saskatchewan Multicultural Week will be held from November 19th to 27th with the theme, “Together We Make Saskatchewan Strong.” This week is celebrated annually to acknowledge the benefits of multiculturalism as seen in the enrichment and contributions of many individuals, groups and communities in Saskatchewan. In Regina Public Schools, diversity is a shared value!

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Volunteering and the CRC

NOVEMBER 16, 2022 -- We welcome and encourage family and friends to volunteer in our school communities. Volunteer participation is an important complement to the work done by employees.

At the same time, Regina Public Schools is responsible to provide a safe and secure learning environment for all students and staff. For this reason, all volunteers who provide services to students on a recurring, scheduled basis, or who are present in a school on a recurring, scheduled basis prior to 6:00 p.m. on school days, require an original Criminal Record Check (CRC), including a vulnerable sector check.

The CRC must be provided by the Regina Police Service or, if the volunteer does not reside in Regina, from their local police agency, such as the RCMP.