2014 - 2015 Registrations Forms, English & French School Supply List, Transportation Form

Attached are the registration forms for Pre-Kindergarten, English or French Kindergarten and Grades 1-8. If you have a son/daughter that is transferring from another school to École Centennial Community School, we have attached a registration form for you to complete. You can fax, e-mail or drop off in person to the office.

The 2014-2015 English and French School Supply list and the Transportation Form are also attached.

Martin Academy

Regina Public Schools is proud to announce the introduction of the Martin Academy.  Beginning in the fall of 2014 Martin Collegiate will be offering a unique opportunity in the area of athletics. Please refer to the attached poster for additional information.

MEND - Mind, Exercise, Nutrition...Do It!

MEND SK Program

MEND SK is proud to be working with the YMCA of Regina in delivering the MEND (Mind, Exercise, Nutrition...Do it!) program, launching in Regina the week of April 27th out of both YMCA locations.

 MEND is a community-based healthy lifestyle program that targets families whose children are overweight or obese. MEND SK was launched in Saskatoon in the fall of 2012 and Prince Albert in the fall of 2013; to date, we have had over 130 children and families participate.

The mission of MEND is to inspire children, families and adults to lead and sustain fitter, healthier and happier lives by focusing on changing behaviours that cause overweight and obesity. MEND programs are designed for specific age groups and provide a supportive environment for families to interact, learn skills to change behaviour, and make healthy lifestyle choices through healthy eating and increased physical activity. (Please see attached document entitled “What is MEND").

MEND offers programs for the following:

·         MEND 2-4  program uses play-based learning plus behavioural and parenting skills training (Mind) to help families become physically active (Exercise) and make informed food choices (Nutrition).  It’s all based within a practical, fun and supportive philosophy of inspiring and motivating change (Do it!) in a community setting. The program runs once per week over 10 weeks. Each session is 90 minutes long

·         MEND 7-13 is a healthy lifestyle program for 7 to 13 year olds who are above a healthy weight. MEND 7-13 program combines physical activity, healthy eating and behaviour change to facilitate safe, effective weight management and lasting lifestyle change. MEND 7-13 is not a diet and does not encourage rapid width loss.  Families learn skills and information that support long-term lifestyle changes.  Families are better equipped to feel fitter, healthier and happier for the rest of their lives.  It involves two x 1- or 2-hour sessions every week for ten weeks.

MEND program information can be found on the MEND website at www.kinesiology.usask.ca

Check out this YouTube Video for more information:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTaGZSKRb3Q&list=TLjoR5QT7TR9o

For more information, please contact our Regional Program Manager in Regina:

Karlie Jackson, MEND SK Southern Regional Program Manager

Phone: 306-757-9622306-757-9622 ext.256

Email: karlie.jackson@usask.ca

Student First Survey

03/13/2014

Student First Survey and You

 

Over the past few months, Student First advisors have criss-crossed the province asking students, teachers, parents and others about what is going well in the province. The Government of Saskatchewan now has a survey available that you can do from your home or office to let them know how to put the Student First. Regina Public Schools families, including students, are encouraged to learn more about Student First and to complete the survey.

 

For more information and to find the survey, please visit the Regina Public Schools website at www.rbe.sk.ca and look in the “What’s New” section,

or follow this link:  http://www.rbe.sk.ca/news/2014/03/student-first-survey

 

Thanks in advance for your participation.

School Spirit Clothing

01/24/2014

The school has some clothing available for sale. 

Pullover hoodies - $35

Sweat Pants - $19

T-shirt -$13

Toque - $18

Quantities are limited. Call the school at 306-791-8559 for information. Thank You.

 

Parent Portal Log-in

To encourage regular communication between school and home regarding student achievement, parents now have access to an online Parent Portal. Parent Portal will allow parents to view assessment information, assignments, and attendance for their children. Access information for the Parent Portal is available from the school office. Parents will need to pick up the information in person. Once you have your access information you can click here and enter your log-in information. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the school at 306-791-8559.

French Language Classes at the University of Regina

The institut francais at the University of Regina offers continuing education (non-credit) French language courses for beginners as well as intermediate and advanced speakers. With a focus on oral communication and interaction, these courses provide parents with the tools they need to support their children throughout their education. For more information regarding the classes please contact Lea Beaulieu Prpick at 306-585-5180 or leaprpick@uregina.ca.

 

Before and After School Program

The YMCA provides a Before and After School program at Ecole Centennial Community School during the school year. Interested parents should contact the YMCA for information and applications.

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Thriller

Students in grades 5 - 8 performed Thriller with the help of Ms. Flaten-Orr.  Click here to watch the video!

 

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