Regina Region Local Immigration Partnership

Reading with Students

How do I ensure that my student learns to read effectively?

Studies have shown through the years that reading to children at home is the most effective way to ensure that children develop as readers.  What are the keys?  Read daily, make it fun, allow children to hear favorite books again, talk about the books, and visit the Regina Public Library weekly (great selection and a terrific way to be economical).


Leadership for Learning

Attendance Matters


Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region - Nutrition - Peanut & Nut Alert

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Pearson Saskatchewan Portal

High School Strategy Consultation Process

We want to hear from you! 


Regina Public Schools would like to know how we can best meet your family’s needs when it comes to high school education. We are striving to provide an equitable and exceptional educational and extra-curricular experience for all high school students, regardless of where they live in Regina. 


We are asking students in elementary school grades 6 to 8 and high school grades 9 to 12 and parents or guardians to share their thoughts so we at Regina Public Schools create a better high school experience.  


We encourage you to participate. Please click on the attachment below more details and to participate.

Early Years Family Centres


Early Years Family Centres

Regina Children's Initiative


Early Years Family Centre Newsletter and Calendar can be found by clicking the link below,








 They offer wonderful opportunities for families and children including drop in play times and programs. 

They also offer a fantastic selection of parent education sessions.  


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