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Browse through what's in the books and beyond at Regina Public Schools. Follow this link to learn more!

Schools have changed a lot since you were last inside one. There are many more career opportunities available than you'd expect. Follow...

Every student belongs at Regina Public Schools. We believe that every student has the right to learn in an environment with respect and dignity, free of discrimination and bullying.

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Regina Public Schools takes great care in ensuring students get to classes on time! Learn more about transportation here.

Public Schools of Saskatchewan exist to educate young people to become good citizens and to uphold values of respect, fairness, responsibility and leadership.

The Public Section is a...

Regina Public Schools Shared Values Program Recipients for 2012-13. Find out out more here

The Regina Board of Education meets at 7 p.m. on Tuesday nights. Read minutes, look at the agenda, browse Board documents and find meeting dates ...

Graduating from high school is an achievement to celebrate! Regina Public Schools is proud of its high school graduating classes of 2013. Follow this...

What's New

The Boards of education for both of Regina’s publicly-funded school systems have each formally received a report on the feasibility of...
2014 Shared Values Recognition Program Launched.
Regina Public Schools employees make the difference in the lives and the futures of all of our students. A smile from a child, a “thank you...

Welcome to Regina Public Schools

Happy Family Day from the staff of Regina Public Schools!

Classes end on Friday, February 14  and resume on Monday February 24, 2014. Have a safe and restful break!

 

For the information of Parents. Did you know?

School LocatorRegina Public Schools encourages students to attend schools that are closest to their homes. Some elementary schools and collegiates do not accept registration from out-of-area students. What school is closest to your home? Click the "find Schools near your home" icon and see!  This link is also conveniently located at the Our Schools tab.

If you have any questions about registration, please ask the principal of your local school.

If you have any questions about the school locator, please ask!

Regina School Division No. 4 of Saskatchewan serves the educational needs of more than 20,000 students in 41 public elementary schools and 9 public high schools and three faith-based, associate schools.  Regina Public Schools focuses on the continuous improvement of the educational services it offers students. To direct this focus, the school division has organized its planning and operations around four priority areas:

Higher Literacy and Achievement
Equitable Opportunities and Outcomes for All
Smooth Transitions into and through the System
Governance and Accountability 

Planning and reporting on these priority areas and the resulting actions are completed and documented annually. These documents are available for the public to read. Learn more about the Continuous Improvement Framework

 

 

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Important Announcements

Apr
17
Spring Break for all Schools Last day of classes, Friday, April 18. Schools closed for spring...
Apr
11
Board meeting agenda available here.
Apr
11
"Education Minister Don Morgan, along with Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA)...
Apr
7
Regina Public Schools supports the 36th Annual Spring Celebration Pow Wow on April 12 - 13, 2014...
Apr
7
The Request for Proposals for a Child Care Centre Operator at Seven Stones Elementary School can...