April 3, 2020 -- This week, students, parents and caregivers will receive an electronic copy of the Students and Families Suppl
Here is an important video from the Regina Police Service and Regina Public Schools regarding safe driving around schools. Please remember that the staff parking lots are not appropriate places for drop off and pick up of students. For everyone's safety please park on the street and respect the pylons and our school safety patrol!
Smudging is a tradition, common to many First Nations, which involves the burning of one or more natural medicines (plants) gathered from the earth. The four medicines (plants) commonly used by First Nations’ are tobacco, sage, cedar and sweetgrass. The most common medicines (plants) used in a smudge are sage and sweetgrass. The natural plants are gathered annually and used with no additives or chemicals.
Smudging has been passed down from generation to generation. There are many ways and variations on how a smudge is done. Historically, Métis and Inuit people did not smudge; however, today many Métis and Inuit people have incorporated smudging into their lives. Through the guidance of cultural advisors, we are told the reasons why smudging is practiced.
Need a quick way to find out what school or schools serve your area? Regina Public Schools provides a school locator. Enter your address or the name of your housing development and it will provide the name of the schools. It will also tell you whether or not yo qualify for transportation.
Every Regina Public School and High School has a School Community Council (SCC).These SCCs were mandated by the Provincial Government to replace parent teacher associations; school councils; and home and school associations.
To find out more about the school's School Community Council or to get involved please contact the school.
Please visit the following Regina Public School webpage for complete information: Community Councils