Changes to Expect at Elementary Schools

August 14, 2020 -- The return to school is just around the corner and parents, caregivers and students are preparing for a school year that will be like no other. Regina Public Schools administrators and staff are also planning, preparing and getting ready to re-open schools and restart education in a way that is as safe as possible for students and staff and that honours the guidelines and direction provided by the Government of Saskatchewan, as well as by local and provincial health and public health authorities.

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Kids Can! Food Drive


Are you READY for a RAMTASTIC challenge? Mrs. Crichlow’s Grade 7&8 students are leading a school-wide Ramtastic food drive to help feed two hundred Regina families in need. Food donations will be collected from November 4 - November 10 for the Regina Food Bank. What can you donate? Non-perishable, non-expired food donations are being accepted. Helpful items include dry pastas, grain products (oats, lentils, rice etc.), soup, baby foods and canned meats and cereals. Did you know? - One in five Regina children face food insecurity! - Over 34 000 Regina residents access the Regina Food Bank annually! - The food bank can turn one dollar into three meals!