Ethel Milliken School
‘We are a community of learners who respect ourselves and others.’
A community of learners is dedicated to educating ourselves and others.
At Ethel Milliken school we are dedicated to pursuing excellence in learning for our students, staff and community.
About Our School
Ethel Milliken Elementary school is located in South West Regina, in close proximity to the South Leisure Centre, George Bothwell Libraryand the Southland Mall. The school was opened in 1975 and it was named after Ethel Milliken, a member of the Regina Public School Board from 1936 to 1945.
Our Students and Our Staff
For the 2013-2014 school year, we have 320 students in 13 classrooms. The school staff consists of 13 home room teachers for grades Kindergarten to Grade 8. In addition, we have teachers for Learning Assistance, French, Arts Education, English as an Additional Language and a Teacher Librarian. The support staff includes an Administrative Assistant, Educational Assistants and Custodial staff. Further support is provided by a Speech & Language Pathologist, Social Worker, Educational Psychologist and Community Health Nurse.
For information about upcoming events & important dates please see our School Calendar
Want to know what’s happening in your child’s class, check out our classroom blogs
Anti-Bullying Resources for Parents. Wednesday, April 16, 7-8:30 pm, Sunrise Branch (Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre)
A workshop on how parents can help their children cope with bullying. A number of professionals skilled in resolving conflicts and disputes will speak about the resources and tools available to handle such situations, including Tracy Ford from the Dispute Resolution Office and Insp. Darcy Koch and Staff Sgt. Paul Tate from the Regina Police Service. Held in honour of CBA Law Day (April 10). Seating limited. Registration required; call 306.777.6095 or register online at ReginaLibrary.ca
Out-of-area enrolment applications will be accepted to both schools up to April 15, 2014. Applications for enrolment beyond April 15th will only be accepted for students living in the attendance area boundaries. Grade 9 enrolments at both schools will be limited based on staffing allocation and/or space availability.
It is important enrolment forms are provided back to the high schools in a timely manner. If a student is applying to Knoll or Campbell AND is outside the attendance area, we ask for the student or the parents to deliver the registration form to the high school.