June 28, 2021 – After learning about Treaty 4, Regina Public Schools eSchool Grade 1 students were invited to make a video of themselves reciting the Treaty 4 affirmation in English, Cree, or other language used at home. These Grade 1 learners were invited to have these affirmations in a place that is special to them or to what they have been learning about Turtle Island and First Nations culture this school year.
The result is delightful. See the video here.
June 28, 2021 -- Kitchener Community School Indigenous Advocate Jessica Madiratta was recently interviewed on the 99.3 County FM (Prince Edward County ON) radio program, Grapevine.
Listen to the interview with Lynn Pickering here.
JUNE 28, 2021 -- As June comes to an end, Regina Public Schools would like to share some of its recent Pride activities that occurred during the month.
To view a few of the stories, please CLICK HERE.
JUNE 23, 2021 -- Vacation is important and necessary. The benefits of taking some time away from work may include:
- Maintaining healthy work/life balance
JUNE 16, 2021 -- Happiness. Did you know that there is a science behind this?
Happiness, to be sustained, is not about collecting more stuff or spending big; it is about how we choose to manage our thoughts, actions and reactions on a daily basis. This results in being more motivated, engaged, creative and resilient.
To learn more about the science of happiness, please CLICK HERE.
JUNE 14, 2021 -- The Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) Arts & Literacy program at Winston Knoll Collegiate was part of an amazing art project with Logan MacDonald this year. They will be participating in the closing of Logan’s exhibition through a virtual presentation on Wednesday, June 16th from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
Celebration and Screening event: