May 7, 2020 -- The Government of Saskatchewan announced today that In-class learning will be suspended in Saskatchewan until at least September, 2020.
What this means for Regina Public Schools students and families is that our Supplemental Learning Plan will continue until the end of the school year. In-school classes will not resume by the end of June.
April 3, 2020 -- This week, students, parents and caregivers will receive an electronic copy of the Students and Families Supplemental Learning Plan from their schools. Here is an updated version!
Please take the time to have a read. Teachers will also start contacting students and families this week.
We look forward to hearing from you and, like all students, learning something new!
March 27, 2020 -- Parents, Guardians and Students.
Here is a video from Director of Education, Greg Enion, that briefly describes what to expect in the next few weeks as Regina Public Schools returns to providing learning opportunities for all students.
Starting Monday, March 30, 2020, school education professionals and administration will begin to contact school families with specific return to learning information.
Please continue to watch this website, as well as the websites of all our schools for updates and details as they become available.
March 20, 2020 -- The Saskatchewan Education Response Planning Team just posted this letter for all parents and families to read. Please review the document here.
MARCH 19, 2020 -- As of Friday, March 20, 2020, all classes in Regina Public Schools will be suspended indefinitely and school buildings will be closed until further notice. Please continue to check our website and twitter feed (@regpublicschool) for news and updates.
Our utmost priority is that all of our staff, students and families remain safe and healthy!
There have been a number of inquiries and requests to teachers regarding academic work for students during school cancellation. At this time we are waiting on additional information and direction from both the school division and Ministry of Education on what schools will be providing to families during school cancellation. Once we have that information at the school level we will be better able to create a plan for students and families moving forward. Please continue to check our school website for updated information.