Parents as Career Coaches

NOVEMBER 23, 2021 -- The Regina District Industry Education Council (RDIEC) is hosting a virtual "Parents as Career Coaches" event that will be available starting on Tuesday, November 30th on their YouTube channel. Information on funding students' education will be provided.

There will also be two $500 bursaries awarded to two lucky Grade 12 students! In order to qualify, parents or students will need to complete a survey on the RDIEC website.

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Saskatchewan Multicultural Week

NOVEMBER 19, 2021 -- Saskatchewan Multicultural Week will be held from November 20th to 28th 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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All Student Transportation Cancelled.

November 17, 2021--Due to severe weather conditions, all Regina Public Schools buses and light transportation is cancelled on Wednesday, November, 17.

All schools will remain open. Please contact your school if a student will be absent, we want to ensure all students are safe.

Regina Public Schools Transportation will also directly contact parents.

It is expected that all transportation will resume on Thursday.

Remembrance Day

NOVEMBER 10, 2021 -- Remembrance Day is commemorated on November 11th each year in Canada and marks the ceasefire on the Western Front in World War I in 1918. The armistice (peace agreement) between the Allies and Germany at Compiègne, France took effect at eleven o'clock in the morning—the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month.

On Remembrance Day, Canadians pause to honour the men and women who have served and continue to serve our country during times of war (First World War, Second World War and Korean War), conflict and peace.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Remembrance Day poppy in Canada.

Indigenous Veterans Day

NOVEMBER 7, 2021 -- Indigenous Veterans Day is recognized annually on November 8th. Originally established in Manitoba in 1994, it is now a national day to recognize and acknowledge the many contributions and sacrifices made to Canada by First Nations, Métis and Inuit people in military service. November 8th is a time to better understand and respect the role Indigenous veterans have played in Canada during the First and Second World Wars, as well as the Korean War, and in post-war peacekeeping efforts to the present day.