Update for all students and school families

March 18, 2020 -- Message from Director of Education, Greg Enion.

Over the past few days, our everyday routines of school, work and learning have been first disrupted and now cancelled. As many of us are parents, we too have had many of the feelings of uncertainty and concern.

The absence of information often creates anxiety. To keep all our school families informed. I would like to share some information that your school division does have. Please know that we do not yet have any information relating to what's next for students, especially those requiring credits, or who are graduating this year. My promise to you is that we will share this information, the moment we have it.

With respect to our schools:

Announcement from the Premier of Saskatchewan

For the period of March 16th to March 19th, pre K-12 classes will wind down. This means that parents who are able to keep children home should do so immediately, with no absences or grade impacts. Parents with limited childcare options have a window to plan for class suspensions.

From the Government of Saskatchewan News Release

Full details on what this means for Regain Public school and students, please stay tuned, we will be posting information here and on our Twitter account as soon as it is determined.

COVID-19 Updates

Given the most recent advice from Health Canada to travelers returning from out of country, effective March 16, 2020, all Regina Public Schools employees and students returning from outside Canada will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.

On March 18, 2020 the following message was sent from Greg Enion, Director of Education. To view the announcement from Mr. Enion, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

School Opening and Closing Hours

Beginning on Thursday, March 12, 2020, all Regina Public schools will have changed opening and closing hours.

School buildings will not be open until 15 minutes before the start of the school day and adult supervision will begin 15 minutes before the start of the school day.

Similarly, school buildings will be closed and have no adult supervision on playgrounds or hallways 15 minutes after the end of the school day.

Adult supervision will be provided, as usual during regular school hours and lunch time.