The 2015-2016 School Calendars for Regina Public Schools is located here!
2015-2016 Registration Forms
Registration forms for Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and Grades 1 to 8 can be found here!
2015-2016 Supply List
Our 2015-2016 Glen Elm Community School supply lists:
School Day Times are 8:53 to 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 to 3:37 p.m.
The Regina Public School Board Calendar for 2015-2016
Enjoy your summer!
27 - Teachers return to school
1 - First Day for Students
9 - Coupon Booklet Assembly 10:45
9 - Professional Development Day - No School for Students
12 - Thanksgiving Day Holiday
13 - Coupon Booklet Fundraiser Ends
15 - Student Photo Day
18 - 24 - Education Week
Glen Elm Community School would like to congratulate Mrs. Barber on her upcoming retirement!
Thanks for everything you have done for our students and the students across Regina Public Schools during your career! Mrs. Barber has been teaching at Glen Elm for many years and she will be missed! We wish you all the best in your retirement.
All parents/guardians who will have a child in Kindergartennext year are invited to attend a Kindergarten Orientation Lunch on Thursday, June 18, 2015 starting at 11:45am in our school's resource center. Parents/Guardians and your child are all invited to attend!
Ms. Tusana Manning, Mr. Mooneyand staff members from Regina Public Schools will be on hand to explain our kindergarten program and services available in the division. Please call our school [(306)791-8588] or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, June 17th so that we may order lunch for those attending!
We hope to see you and your child there!
On Wednesday, June 3 and Tuesday, June 9, our grade 8 students and parents will be selling popcorn for $1 per bag!
All proceeds will go towards the Grade 8 Farewell celebration!
Thanks for your support.
Attend PlayEscapes in 2015
PlayEscapes is a FREE summer drop-in program offered by the City of Regina. The program offers leader-facilitated play opportunities that develop and foster life skills, creativity, imagination, positive self-image and promote a physically active lifestyle. Self-directed play is the key to the PlayEscapes program. Children engage in play they select by themselves and are encouraged to explore and discover activities they enjoy. The City of Regina is partnering with Regina Education, and Action on Child Hunger (REACH) to offer a lunch/snack program at some of the sites with support provided in partnership with The Salvation Army and PotashCorp. PlayEscapes is for all children entering Kindergarten (must be 5 years old by December 31, 2015) through Grade 7. PlayEscapes welcomes children and youth of all abilities. Participants who may need assistance during the program are asked to bring an attendant.
PlayEscapes will run Monday - Friday, July 6 to August 14. There will be no program on Monday, August 3.Program hours are 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Some locations will operate in the mornings or afternoons only. There is no supervision over the lunch hour. All children are required to be picked up at that time. PlayEscapes locations are provided below. Note that locations are subject to change due to program space and other circumstances. Call 306-777-7032 to confirm location.
In terms of registration, Participant Information Forms are available online http://regina.ca/playescapesform and will be available on site the first day of the program. Parents are advised to visit the sites closest to them and fill out the forms on July 6.
For more information regarding PlayEscapes and/or to confirm location call 306-777-7032 or 306-777-7047.
PlayEscapes Times and Locations
* Albert Scott Community Centre – 1264 Athol Street
* Argyle Park Community Centre – 35 Davin Crescent
* Core Ritchie Neighbourhood Centre – 445 14th Avenue
* Eastview Community Centre – 615 6th Avenue
* Glencairn Neighbourhood Recreation Centre – 2626 Dewdney Avenue East
* Imperial Community School – 200 Broad Street
* Rosemont Community School – 841 Horace Street
South Leisure Centre – 170 Sunset Drive
W.F. Ready School – 2710 Helmsing Street
Morning program: 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Monday – Friday Morning programs that receive snack are marked with an *
* M. J. Coldwell – 115 Fairview Road
* Ruth M. Buck School – 6330 7th Avenue North
Afternoon program: 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday Afternoon programs that receive snack are marked with an *
* Gladys MacDonald School - 335 Garnet St North * W.H. Ford - 480 Rink Avenue
On Friday, May 29th, from 4 to 6 p.m., Balfour will be celebrating its 85 years of excellence. Alumni, past and present staff, students and community members are welcome to join us with this special celebration. This event will begin in the Mrs. Butterworth Auditorium at the front of the school. Old yearbooks and memorabilia will be displayed for viewing.
If you have any questions, contact Sharlene McGowan at Balfour.
Tell your friends and family and visit Balfour on Friday.
Details of the school’s history is here. http://www.rbe.sk.ca/news/2015/05/balfour-collegiate-85-years-excellence
Glen Elm Community School's Grade 8 Farewell will be held on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 6:30pm in our gymnasium. We are looking forward to this celebration of learning for our students. Invitations will be going home with students later this week.
In order to prepare for our GECS Grade Eight Farewell Celebration that will be held on Thursday, June 18, 2015, we will be holding a Grade Eight Parent/Guardian meeting on Tuesday, March 31st at 6:30pm in our school’s library. We ask that all parents attend.
This meeting will look at the details of the Farewell Celebrations and will also allow for parents to start planning for any student celebrations that will occur after the school ceremony. We hope that you are able to attend!
One other date that we encourage you to mark on your calendar is Wednesday April 15, 2015. That morning, all of our grade eight students will have their pictures taken by Life Touch for the School’s Farewell Composite Picture that will be posted in our hallway. Parents will also be able to purchase copies of their child’s picture should you wish to do so!
On Friday, March 20, 2015, Glen Elm Community School was excited to host Saskatchewan Roughrider, Dan Clark as a presenter for the Red Cross Program, Imagine No Bullying. Our students learned to ACT and CARE.
ACT is an acronym that stands for
Avoid being alone with the bully
Call for help
Take a stand - stop it or report it
CARE is also an acronym that stands for
Check the scene for safety
Affirm the person being targeted and speak up against the bully
Retreat - and report the situation
End the incident by documenting what happened
All Glen Elm students in grades 5 to 8 attended and took the pledge from IAmStronger.ca. We would like to thank Ms. Evans for her work in organizing this event and SaskTel for sponsoring the Riders' players to attend our school and others throughout the province to share the message about reducing or removing bullying in our schools!