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MAY 2, 2022 -- Grades 7/8 students at Harbour Landing School have been working on a cross-curricular Dance Around the World unit, through which they explored culture through dance. Students learned several dances from around the world in their Physical Education and Arts Education classes.
A big thank you to teachers Inderjit Kamboz and Brianne McFetridge for supporting learners and sharing their knowledge of dance with students. The culminating project was choreographing performances in groups, which resulted in dances from India, Africa, the Philippines, New Zealand, Mexico, and the Middle East, as well as Métis jigging. Staff are very proud of all the students and the effort and dedication they put into their cultural dances.cathy.wall Mon, 05/02/2022 - 11:31
APRIL 28, 2022 -- Students and staff at Thomson Community School were thrilled to listen to and learn along with Willie Ermine, who is from Sturgeon Lake First Nation. Storytelling through oral language is a beautiful way for people to connect and engage in an Indigenous worldview.
Willie Ermine is an Assistant Professor with the First Nations University of Canada who lectures in the areas of education, humanities, Indigenous studies and research methods. He has published numerous academic articles, presented at various national and international conferences, and is a profound knowledge keeper and Elder.cathy.wall Thu, 04/28/2022 - 08:18
APRIL 27, 2022 -- The Grade 7 students at École Wilfrid Walker School, with the guidance of Jeff Cappo (Indigenous Education/Advocates/Elders/Truth & Reconciliation Coordinator) and Melanie Mintz (Arts Education teacher and Vice-Principal), embarked on a journey of creativity and learning about the philosophy of the Circle of Courage with the incorporation of Truth and Reconciliation symbols. Jeff and Melanie collaborated on the design, focusing on the importance of the Circle of Courage and the four directions with three important symbols of reconciliation: sage, the white buffalo and the Métis sash.cathy.wall Wed, 04/27/2022 - 08:08
APRIL 26, 2022 -- The 2022-23 elementary and high school calendars have now been posted! Please go to our Calendars tab and choose the School Year Calendars (2022-23) sub-menu.
April 25, 2022 -- Campbell Collegiate Grade 12 student Sung Park was featured in recent Government of Saskatchewan Volunteer Week social media.Sung Park is a member of the Youth Council and also founded an organization that helps homeless shelters, community fridges and the Regina foodbank.
Read details here about the Youth Council here.adminrpsweb Mon, 04/25/2022 - 12:48
APRIL 11, 2022 -- What a busy few months it has been at École Dr. A.E. Perry School! From global Read Aloud Day, the Willow Award titles, One School One Book to Indigenous storytellers and special guest visits, staff have very much enjoyed having the community connected and engaged in supporting literacy and reading achievement at the school.
Before Christmas, teacher-librarian Lisa Fiorante organized the “Masked Reader” battle with this year’s shining Willow Award nominees. Special masked guest readers joined classrooms weekly via Zoom and students had to infer the identity of these guest readers by using the clues provided.cathy.wall Mon, 04/11/2022 - 09:33
APRIL 7, 2022 -- Dr. Sherry Farrell-Racette was Albert Community School’s latest speaker in the “Growing Up Indigenous and Getting an Education” series. She had many stories to tell and all of them simultaneously focused on art and the creative process as well as obtaining an education.
In 1988, Sherry obtained an MEd (Curriculum and Instruction) from the University of Regina and in 2004, Sherry completed a PhD (Interdisciplinary program) from the University of Manitoba. Sherry is an Associate Professor with the Visual Arts department for the University of Regina and is currently on sabbatical until June 30, 2022.cathy.wall Thu, 04/07/2022 - 09:52
APRIL 6, 2022 -- As the Grade 6 students at École Centennial Community School continue their land-based journey, they have experienced many obstacles related to COVID and to our lovely Saskatchewan weather with -40 temperatures. However, no matter the obstacle, the Grade 6 students have demonstrated persistence and resilience.
Over these last few months, the group participated in a story walk around the school yard using snowshoes. The Grade 6 students also taught the younger grades how to snowshoe and the importance of the buffalo. They also got to experience how to tan hides!cathy.wall Wed, 04/06/2022 - 08:52
APRIL 5, 2022 -- Wanting to ensure she addresses racism in a meaningful and authentic way, Cassandra Rieger, Grade 3 teacher at George Lee School, welcomed one of her student’s parents who offered to come in and speak with the students about Black history, experiences and racism in general.
Melodie McDonald, a Jamaican-Cuban dance instructor, joined the Grade 3 classroom to lead some activities that would help the students truly understand how we are all the same inside and how easily we can be hurt by the words and actions of others. One of the activities reinforced how we may see ourselves as beautiful but how our self-image can be easily damaged by external factors.cathy.wall Tue, 04/05/2022 - 14:00
APRIL 4, 2022 -- A number of staff, students and their families in Regina Public Schools celebrate Ramadan every year during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. This year, Ramadan started on April 2nd and will conclude on May 1st or 2nd with a three-day Eid celebration, a Muslim holiday.
cathy.wall Mon, 04/04/2022 - 14:11
MARCH 29, 2022 -- The Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum (SACHM) is a provincial organization whose primary purpose is to celebrate, explore, research, document and preserve the history, heritage and contributions of people of African ancestry.
SACHM has a virtual museum on their website that contains information about the contributions of African and African-descent persons in Saskatchewan over the last 100+ years. They also provide speakers for schools and other institutions throughout the year.cathy.wall Tue, 03/29/2022 - 14:31
MARCH 29, 2022 -- Keilyn Howie, Grades 1/2 teacher at Thomson Community School, was recently interviewed on CBC Radio about the importance of teaching Black history. The episode, entitled “Teaching Black History to Grades 1 and 2 Students,” aired on March 6, 2022 on “Saskatchewan Weekend” with Shauna Powers.
Program description: Growing up in Regina, Keilyn Howie didn't see many other Black kids in her classroom. Now as a teacher with Regina Public Schools, she’s sharing Black history with her students. They might just be in Grades 1 and 2, but as you’ll hear, Keilyn has found a way of bringing history to life in fun and accessible ways. She joins host Shauna Powers to explain.cathy.wall Tue, 03/29/2022 - 14:11
March 28, 2022 -- Every Regina Public Schools web page has a translate function. It is located on the bottom right of every web page. Use this function to translate an entire web page to a preferred language.
To translate a document from a link - these documents are either Word or PDF documents.adminrpsweb Mon, 03/28/2022 - 10:16
MARCH 28, 2022 -- In a recent school assembly at The Crescents School, Principal Ian Mitchell challenged staff and students to level up in literacy. Through strategic planning and in-school professional development, staff have been innovating to support all students to level up in literacy and math throughout the school year.
Sandra Shakepeare’s Grades 1/2 students have been using personal dictionaries in their daily writing activities to level up. Students are challenged to level up by using the words they discover in reading to add details to their writing!cathy.wall Mon, 03/28/2022 - 09:36
MARCH 25, 2022 -- On March 11th and 12th, Thom Collegiate’s cheer team competed at the Warman Cheer Classic Competition in Warman, SK.
They dominated the floor, coming in first in their division! They also received the Scholastic Grand Champion Award for the highest score across all scholastic divisions. Staff are so proud of the team and would like to recognize their hard work and determination.cathy.wall Fri, 03/25/2022 - 11:38
MARCH 17, 2022 -- Regina Public Schools is committed to the mental health and well-being of all employees and students. The school division and the Regina Board of Education place a priority on diversity as critically important to our students, staff and culture. In the fall, a number of staff at Division Office, as well as the Mental Health and Well-Being Working Group, identified that the long north hallway was a blank canvas that needed to be bright, inspirational/morale lifting, diverse, inclusive and reflective of Regina Public Schools’ Shared Values, mission and priorities. As a result, the staff formed a committee and set the wheels in motion for a collaborative word collage, various Shared Values logos and a wall mural. cathy.wall Thu, 03/17/2022 - 10:28
March 8, 2022 – Watch the new video from Public Schools of Saskatchewan by CLICKING HERE.cathy.wall Tue, 03/08/2022 - 10:31
MARCH 4, 2022 -- Students at The Crescents School have been keeping active and warm during the cold days of winter.
Vice-Principal Mark Wilson has provided numerous Practical and Applied Arts activities for students. Grades 7/8 students experimented with programming various robots, and the Structured Learning Classroom followed a recipe to make biscuits. Yum!
cathy.wall Fri, 03/04/2022 - 08:33