COVID Cases Identified

January 13, 2022 – Regina Public Schools has learned of a case or cases of COVID reported on January 12, 2022 at the following schools.

  • Albert Community School
  • Balfour Collegiate (added after initial post)
  • Henry Braun School
  • Judge Bryant School
  • Ruth M. Buck School
  • Campbell Collegiate
  • Campus Regina Public
  • École Centennial Community School
  • École Connaught Community School
  • Coronation Park Community School
  • The Crescents School
  • Dr. George Ferguson School
  • Glen Elm Community School
  • Grant Road School
  • Dr. L.M. Hanna
  • Harbour Landing School
  • École W.S. Hawrylak School
  • Wilfred Hunt School
  • Imperial Community School
  • Henry Janzen School
  • Johnson Collegiate
  • Winston Knoll Collegiate
  • Lakeview School
  • George Lee School
  • Martin Collegiate
  • Gladys McDonald School
  • MacNeill School
  • Marion McVeety School
  • Ethel Milliken School
  • Ruth Pawson School
  • Plainsview School
  • W.F. Ready School
  • Rosemont Community School
  • Seven Stones Community School
  • Sheldon-Williams Collegiate
  • Thom Collegiate
  • Thomson Community School
  • École Wilfrid Walker
  • École Wascana Plains School

Added 3:45 p.m. January 13, 2022 -- In addition, due to multiple cases of COVID-19 reported in the 7/8 B classroom at École W.S. Hawrylak School, that class will transition to remote learning on Friday, January 14th. Students will return to school on Monday, January 24th, if they are feeling well and are symptom-free.

Individuals who may be considered as close contacts have been informed and this information will be posted on individual school websites and on Twitter.

If there are any future close contacts identified at the school, they will be contacted.

If any staff, student or school family members show any symptoms, they should please stay home and contact Healthline 811.  Symptoms are described here. 

Students are asked to seek medical advice and not to attend school if feeling unwell or showing any symptoms. As a potential close contact, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) would strongly recommend children take a Rapid Antigen Test, which are available to families at schools or at locations in the community

If additional support related to questions about self-isolation requirements is needed, please contact Healthline at 811.

The Government of Saskatchewan has provided these infographics.