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Sheldon Student Wins Multicultural Youth Leadership Award

Sheldon-Williams Collegiate student Nour Albaradan was honoured with the Multicultural Youth Leadership Award for significant contributions from people 29 years and under.

Read the full article in SaskCulture's Impact here.

terry.lazarou Thu, 04/18/2019 - 10:59
2019-20 School Calendars Now Posted!

APRIL 16, 2019 - The 2019-20 school calendars are now available under our "Calendars" tab or at the links below.

2019-20 Kindergarten School Calendar (A+B)

2019-20 Elementary School Calendar

2019-20 Elementary Day 1-5 Calendar

2019-20 High School Calendar

cathy.wall Tue, 04/16/2019 - 15:33
Government Education Survey

APRIL 9, 2019 - The Ministry of Education, in partnership with its education partners and stakeholders, is conducting a survey of individuals who have an interest in the delivery of education in our province.

The purpose of the survey is to gather information from the public to identify priorities which will be used to help develop a new provincial education plan.

The survey is open to students and non-students. Follow this link to take the survey, and to learn more about the provincial education plan.

terry.lazarou Tue, 04/09/2019 - 10:25
Nominate a Deserving Staff Member

APRIL 4, 2019 - Regina Public Schools employees make the difference in the lives and the futures of all of our students. A smile from a child, a “thank you” from a parent or a “great job!” from an employer is proof of how we are contributing to the Regina community.

A true indicator of merit, however, is peer and community recognition. Eleven years ago, the Regina Board of Education introduced the Shared Values Recognition Program. Since that time, many exceptional staff members who have most exemplified the Shared Values were recognized and honoured.

cathy.wall Thu, 04/04/2019 - 10:45
Indigenous Student Forum 2019

APRIL 1, 2019 - On March 19th, Regina Public Schools hosted the second annual Indigenous Student Forum at Division Office. In attendance were trustees from the Regina Public School Board, members of the Elders’ Advisory Council and eight students from each of our high schools. This year, the Indigenous Advocates from Albert, Kitchener, Seven Stones and Thomson Community Schools were also invited to each bring two Grade 8 students to the event.

Ben Ironstand, a teacher at Thom Collegiate, was the keynote speaker and he talked to the audience about resilience and the ability to overcome barriers by connecting with culture and language. Ben’s keynote message served as a starting point to the discussion about four pre-selected focus questions.

cathy.wall Mon, 04/01/2019 - 15:56