Smooth transition period - students who arrive at school with time to spare have the opportunity to settle into the classroom, prepare their materials and focus their minds on the lessons to come.
Important information - a typical school day starts with announcements and introductions to new lessons and concepts. Students who show up late may miss out on important details and be unprepared for future class events or key learning concepts.
Develops long-term positive habits - when students show up on time to school everyday, they develop the habit of being punctual with important commitments.
Self-esteem - arriving on time every day makes students feel good about themselves
Need a quick way to find out what school or schools serve your area? Regina Public Schools provides a school locator. Enter your address or the name of your housing development and it will provide the name of the schools. It will also tell you whether or not you qualify for transportation.
Last year, the Regina Human Service Partnership (RHSP) signed the Regina Human Service Partnership's Community Violence Threat Risk Assessment & Support Protocol at a ceremony at Campus Regina Public. This is an essential tool for creating and maintaining safe environments for students, staff, parents/guardians and community members.
It is important for all parents to read and understand the community Violence Threat Risk Assessment & Support Protocol information. Below, please find links to review the brochure, the protocol document and a letter to all parents and guardians by Greg Enion, Director of Education.