For the Information of School Families

January 29, 2024 -- Today the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) announced that they will be implementing rotating full-day strikes beginning on February 1st. At this time, Regina Public Schools and teachers are not part of the February 1st full-day strike.

To learn more about which school divisions and areas of Saskatchewan are impacted, please read the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation news release.

Indigenous Storytelling Month 2024

JANUARY 29, 2024— Since 2004, Library Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples (LSSAP) has coordinated Saskatchewan Indigenous Storytelling Month. Through the month of February, storytelling events are held by libraries and their partners in communities throughout Saskatchewan.

The Regina Public Library, in partnership with Regina Public and Catholic Schools, invites teachers and their students to participate in online Indigenous storytelling sessions during February.

For the public, the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild is offering online events via Zoom during the four Wednesdays in February from noon until 1:00 p.m.

Inclusive Education Month

JANUARY 29, 2024—February is Inclusive Education Month in Canada. Inclusive Education Month seeks to highlight inclusive educational practices, provide opportunities for educators, students and families to share their experiences and to acknowledge the commitment of those who contribute to the successful inclusion of students in schools.

African-Canadian Black History Month

JANUARY 29, 2024—During the month of February, Regina Public Schools proudly recognizes African-Canadian Black History Month. It is an occasion to celebrate the many achievements and contributions of people with African heritage and their communities. This month also provides an opportunity to continue learning about the wide range of African Canadian experiences, including dealing with racism, and the vital role this community has played throughout our shared history.

The 2024 theme for African-Canadian Black History Month is "Reconciliation and Healing."

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

JANUARY 27, 2024—The United Nations General Assembly has designated January 27th as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. It marks the anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps and the end of the Holocaust that resulted in the murder of six million Jews and five million others during the Second World War. We remember and stand against hate and discrimination.