The Faculty of Education and the University of Regina have partnered with Regina Public Schools to add another dimension to our excellent, integrated Early Childhood Education program!
Since 2014, ECS 100 has been offered as part of our ECE program. Our students have the unique opportunity to achieve a university credit while still enrolled in high school. We are so very fortunate to have the expertise of Dr. Twyla Salm who not only teaches this required course for first year education students, but who also helps to bridge gaps and quell reticence about the idea of attending university. Dr. Salm makes it both accessible and safe for our students!
Campus Regina Public Fire Science students have the opportunity each year to visit the only firefighter training facility in the province of Saskatchewan. Parkland Fire College is located in Melville, Saskatchewan. Some of our students have gone on to attend and complete training at Parkland. Students are given a full tour of both the classroom environments and the skills training sites as well (This includes the Parkland Campus, the Melville Fire Station, & the Parkland Training grounds). Students are informed about the program so they can have a better understanding of what to expect from Firefighter training at Parkland.
Poetry with a twist! Parents, teachers, and students often wonder how an English class and a cosmetology class can be integrated. This semester our cosmetology 20 program experimented with integrating poetry with hair and makeup.
First in English class, we looked at conceptual photography and analyzed the artwork of Brook Shaden. Next we looked at various influential songs and analyzed the literary devices and message behind each song. The students then looked at their favorite songs, analyzed them, and found a quote to centralize their visual representation upon.
Our Health Science program at Campus Regina Public is a health services career orientated class. This past week, our students took a field trip to Regina Emergency Medical Services headquarters, here in Regina.
Our students were able to get a first hand look at the lives of our paramedics in the city. Highlights of the trip were seeing new technology such as the Lucas CPR machines, perform emergency intubations on training mannequins, and walk through the various emergency response vehicles and understand their various uses.
It is always a great educational experience for our students and we appreciate the time Regina Emergency Medical Services took to show us their facility.
We are now accepting registration forms for the 2017-18 school year. Do not miss out on the exciting, innovative educational opportunities available at Campus Regina Public. Registration forms are available from your home school or click here to visit our registration area to print your application form from the comfort of your own home.
If you have any programming questions please speak with the Guidance Department at your home High School or contact Campus Regina Public at 306-523-3300.
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There is no better way to learn than to get your hands a little dirty, or in this case, clean. Students in the Campus Regina Public Salon were treated to a hands on workshop with our wonderful Redken representative Marlene Campbell. During our two hour class, students were introduced to a variety of Redken products for the variety of different hair types and needs.
After an individual consultation with Marlene, the students raced to the sinks for various types of hair treatments, shampoos, and conditioners. While practicing their combing and blow drying techniques, students were able to try out various finishing products, and receive the education behind these products.