Students! #TakeBackYourYear

APRIL 30, 2020 -- Regina Public Schools and school divisions across the province are encouraging students to re-engage with learning while schools and classrooms are closed during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The #TakeBackYourYear campaign invites teachers, staff, students, families, and community members to share the hashtag on social media along with their own stories of success and encouragement for one another during these challenging and uncertain times.

Translate Our Website!

MARCH 19, 2020 -- If you or anyone you know needs any of our website information in another language, please use our TRANSLATE SITE option located on the main page on the right-hand side.

Here is an example of our main page in Arabic with a red arrow showing where the TRANSLATE SITE application is located.

This application quickly translates our web pages into the language you choose under the pull-down menu. English is in bold so you know how to return to it from another language.

Self-Care for Employees and Families

March 16, 2020 -- Regina Public Schools is working to keep parents, students and staff informed during the uncertainty and confusion caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

We would like to thank all our school families for their understanding and their patience. Regina Public Schools would especially like to acknowledge and recognize all Regina Public Schools employees for their caring and for how supportive they have been to our students and their families.

This note is a reminder for everyone in the Regina Public Schools family to continue to take care of those around you, those who you love, but most of all, of yourselves. Please consider the following ideas to support you and your families in the coming days and weeks.

Johnson Student Named a 2020 Loran Scholar

FEBRUARY 26, 2020 -- We are thrilled to announce that Sabah Sharif, a Grade 12 student at F.W. Johnson Collegiate, has been named a 2020 Loran Scholar.

This year, the Loran Scholars Foundation selected 36 exceptional young Canadians from a pool of 5,194 applicants who demonstrate a firm commitment to character, service and leadership potential; breadth in academic and extracurricular interests; integrity; and a high level of personal autonomy.