A message from Mr. Greg Enion
September 20, 2021
Dear School Families,
On September 17, 2021, the Government of Saskatchewan implemented a Public Health Order that includes specific directives for schools that support Regina Public Schools safety protocols, including the requirement of mask use in all our schools and facilities.
The following new Government of Saskatchewan requirements help clarify and explain how your school administration will respond and communicate with parents when there is a case of COVID-19 in the school.
UPDATED June 30, 2021 -- Thank you for your interest in Regina Public Schools Summer School. Due to low registration and enrolment in our classes, we are unable to offer Summer School this year. All fees will be refunded. Please contact Shane Overby at email@example.com if you require a refund.
Driver training will continue to be offered over the summer. For details, please click the following link: https://www.reginapublicschools.ca/driver_education
Campus Regina Public will be hosting RDIEC Summer Skills Camps
Summer Skills Camp
Each summer the RDIEC partners work with several community and provincial organizations to offer Summer Skills Camps focused on hands-on learning for middle level students, grade 7 – 9 .
This years camps will be hosted the week of August 16 - 21, 2021
We are again pleased to partner with Skills Canada Saskatchewan, Campus Regina Public, Dr. Martin Leboldus High School and Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School to offer camps focusing on Culinary Arts; Small Engines; Robotics; Computer Gaming; Electrical / Electronics; Photography and Welding.
March 29, 2021 – the Saskatchewan Health Authority informed us that there was one case of COVID-19 at Campus Regina Public. Close contacts have been called. Letters will be sent to school families.
Note that as of Monday, March 29, 2021, Regina Public schools are closed for students; students will be participating in online learning. For more details please read here.
If there are any additional close contacts identified at the school, they will be contacted directly by Public Health. A close contact is someone who has been within two metres (six feet) of someone for a cumulative 15 minutes.