Science

Student Achievement Coordinator (Science)
Shayne McMillen (shayne.mcmillen@rbe.sk.ca)
Phone: 306-523-3114

Welcome to the RPS Science Website

General Announcements
Regina Regional Science Fair
will be held in March, 2018. For more information, please check out the following website: 

Blackboard: Teachers may access secondary science support documents by logging in to Blackboard. Call the Ministry Sector Support Desk at 1-866-933-8333 or e-mail Networkservices@gov.sk.ca if you need help logging in. 

K-12 Inquiry in Science: Visit Youth Science Canada to find out great information about teaching science and learn more about "Smarter Science". SS is an open-source framework for teaching and learning K-12 science and developing the skills of inquiry, creativity and innovation in a meaningful and engaging manner. There are free "Smarter Science Posters" available to download. These posters illustrate the steps to inquiry and are available in French and English.

Visit the Saskatchewan Mining Education Website: Grade 4 (Rocks, Minerals and Erosion); Grade 5 (Properties and Changes of Materials; Grade 7 (Mixtures and Solutions) (Earth's Crust and Resources); Physical Science 20; Chemistry 30; Earth Science 30  
OR follow them on pinterest.

Agriculture in the Classroom - Saskatchewan (AITC-SK) has lots of upcoming programs and events to help students across Saskatchewan gain a better understanding of agriculture. All of their programs and resources are curriculum-linked, developed in consultation with Educators, interactive and free to teachers. Teachers can also sign up to receive their electronic newsletters at www.eepurl.com/5KRrv or by visiting their website

CoCoRaHS” (which stands for "Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network") is a unique, non-profit, community-based network of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds working together to measure and map precipitation across Canada. This organization is from US, but is branching out to Canadian schools. For more information visit the website: