>September 1, 2020 -- Regina Public Schools families can now read most details about returning to school in one document. The Return to School Parent/Caregiver Handbook includes all the information school families may need to know about school in September and beyond.
The handbook includes:
- Safety precaution details and what the schools and learning will be like in the coming school year
- Curriculum, instruction and assessment for Kindergarten to Grade 12
- Support Services information for students with intensive needs
- Program information for the 2020-21 school year
- Facilities disinfecting and cleaning information
AUGUST 14, 2020 -- Driver Education classes for Regina Public high school students will be held online starting in the fall. Students must be 15 years of age to register before classes begin. To register, please review and complete the program information and application form, as well as the MySGI account information found below. Please send the completed application form to your home high school. If you have any questions, please contact your school office directly.
August 17, 2020 -- Update for school families about the return to school
Following a Facebook announcement by the Premier of Saskatchewan on Saturday, August 15, 2020, school classes for students will not resume until Tuesday, September, 8th.
More details and updates will be shared by your school division, when they are available. Thank you for your patience.
JUNE 22, 2020 -- Please CLICK HERE for an important message for parents/guardians and students from the Director of Education and Chair of the Board.
Last year, the Regina Human Service Partnership (RHSP) signed the Regina Human Service Partnership's Community Violence Threat Risk Assessment & Support Protocol at a ceremony at Campus Regina Public. This is an essential tool for creating and maintaining safe environments for students, staff, parents/guardians and community members.
It is important for all parents to read and understand the community Violence Threat Risk Assessment & Support Protocol information. Below, please find links to review the brochure, the protocol document and a letter to all parents and guardians by Greg Enion, Director of Education.