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More Ways to Succeed in High School!

Regina Public Schools is implementing a new High School Strategy for the 2015/16 school year. The goal of this strategy is to create more equity of opportunities for all high school students in Regina Public Schools through a student’s neighbourhood high school, as well as providing access to Campus Regina Public programming.

This change is important to you and to students because it will more closely align elementary schools with their neighbourhood high schools and provide much greater access to curricular and extra-curricular programming for all students, regardless of where they live in the city of Regina. It will mean a much clearer and successful transition from elementary school to high school.  This change comes after consultation with parents, students, staff and the community.

The benefits to all high school students will be:

·         Access to a diverse set of quality courses and extracurricular programs at all neighbourhood high schools.

·         Access to more specialized programming for French Immersion, and enriched programming, including Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate.

·         Students will also benefit from programming at Martin Academy, as well as specific programs for students with intensive support needs.

·         All Grades 11 and 12 students will have access to Campus Regina Public courses, regardless of which high school they attend.

All Grade 8 students received a brochure detailing the changes and will also have had the opportunity to learn more at their neighbourhood high school open houses in February and March. We invite you to find out more. To find out more, Please contact your school principal and for more detailed information, please visit:

Grade 8 - High School Open House at F. W. Johnson

It is that time of year again when our Grade 8 students need to start looking at registering for Grade 9!

Our community high school for Glen Elm Community School is F.W. Johnson Collegiate, which is located at 400 Fines Drive. The Principal of F.W. Johnson Collegiate is Nancy Buisson.

The F. W. Johnson Open House will be held on Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:30pm. We hope that all of students and their parents/caregivers will attend this opportunity to register for high school during the 2015-2016 school year. This Open House will also be an opportunity for our students and their parents/caregivers to receive more information about F.W. Johnson Collegiate.

Further information on all Regina Public School High School Open Houses can be found here!

New Student Registration Forms

Regina Public School Division has new student registration forms.

There are three registration forms available (Click on the link below to access each form):



Grades One to Eight

If you would like to register at Glen Elm School, please downlaod and bring this registration form with you if you are able to do so. The forms may also be accessed at the school which is located at 1225 9th Avenue East, Regina.

New Cold Weather Transportation Procedures

Regina Public Schools transportation has  implemented a new cold weather procedure effective in the 2014-2015 school year.


If the wind chill is –45C or higher at 7:00 a.m., all student transportation will be cancelled.


If the wind chill is –40C or higher at 7:00 a.m., transportation for students requiring vehicles equipped with lifts (for students in wheelchairs) will be cancelled.


All schools will remain open, unless otherwise notified.


In the event of any cold weather/wind chill cancellations, parents will be notified by school connects telephone or text notification system. Please ensure that your correct contact information has been recorded at your school.


In the event of a transportation system-wide transportation cancellation or school closure due to weather, all local Regina TV, newspaper and radio outlets will broadcast this information both on the web and on the air.


Information will also be tweeted by @RegPublicSchool, and announced at in the Important Announcement section.

Online Payments

We would like to remind parents and guardians to complete payment of school fees at their earliest convenience. 
Payments can be made online or through the school’s main office.

You can now pay school based fees directly online. This saves the hassle of writing cheques and eliminates the need for students to carry cash or cheques to school.

Please take five minutes of your time to register to the secure site.

Mathletics and Raz Kids Links

Our school has purchased licenses for Mathletics and Raz Kids for our students to use. Mathletics is for grades three students and up while Raz Kids is available to students in grades 1 to 8.

To log on go to the following links:

Raz Kids


Pearson Saskatchewan Portal

Regina Public Schools would like to announce the purchase of e-text resources available through Pearson Saskatchewan Portal as a support for Grades 4-9 students. E-Text resources are easy-to-use and available anytime and anywhere internet access is available whether using a personal computer (MAC or PC) or other device providing the appropriate Pearson e-Text app has been downloaded (iPad and Android). E-Text resources available for Grades 4-9 students include:


  • Literacy in Action Grades 7-8 and Live Ink Grade 9
  • Mathématiques WNCP/Math Makes Sense Grade 4-9
  • Pearson Science Grades 4-9
  • Saskatchewan Social Studies Grades 4 -7 and Pathways Grade 9


In support of accessing Pearson Saskatchewan Portal resources, each student in Grades 4-9 will be provided with a username and password in early October and will receive instruction regarding where and how to login and access e-text resources available.


Once this occurs, and in support of learning at home, parents/guardians of students in Grades 4-9 are asked to record student username and password at home to enable home access.

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