SCC Meeting - Monday, January 16th, 6:30
Centennial School & Campbell Soup Labels
If you are new to the Campbell's® Labels for Education™ program here are some of the important things you will need to know.
Campbell’s® Labels for Education™ is a school support program with a focus on instilling healthy eating and living habits in children. Eligible registered schools can collect labels from participating Campbell products and redeem them for educational resources ranging from sports equipment and musical instruments to health and wellness videos and books.
Please drop off Campbel Soup labels in the bin at the front foyer of the school.
IMMUNIZATION NOTICE FOR PARENTS
Public Health Nurses will be in your school approximately four times throughout the school year providing routine immunization to students in grades 1, 6, and 8. In certain instances such as follow-up when there is case of vaccine preventable disease in the school or classroom, children in other grades may also receive a vaccine at school. Through the schools, the Public Health Nurse will send out a consent form before the scheduled day of immunization. You can help by completing the form and returning it promptly. Questions about immunizations can be directed to the school nurse whose contact information will be included in the consent package.
To do their work, public health staff review student immunization records and enter vaccines given in school into the electronic provincial immunization registry called Panorama. Panorama is a secure electronic health record system designed to store and record immunization related information. Confidential immunization information is only available to authorized health care workers such as members of the public health team, nurse practitioners and physicians across the province using secure networks. To learn more about Protecting the Privacy of Your Immunization Record [click on name of document for link to electronic copy] or visit https://www.ehealthsask.ca/services/panorama/Privacy%20and%20Immunization%20Records/PHNP%2063%20-%20Privacy%20Imm%20Records%20Nov%202014.doc or call Population and Public Health at 306-766-7904.
Day 3: Full Band @ WKC (make sure to be waiting at the door for your bus 5 minutes before pick up time)
9:30 Gr. 6
1:05 Gr. 7
2:05 Gr. 8
Day 4 PM @ CENT - Gr. 6
1:30 Tenor/Alto & Perc.
2:30 Trumpet/Horn & BCl/Cl
Day 5 PM @ CENT - Gr. 7/8
1:15 Gr. 7 - Cl/Fl & Alto/Perc/Trpt
2:30 Gr. 7 - Tuba/Tbn/Euph/Bari/BCl/Tenor
2:30 Gr. 8 - All
Playground supervision begins in the morning when the first school bus arrives or 15 minutes prior to the bell ringing, whichever is earlier. In addition, the grounds are supervised at recess breaks, during part of the noon hour, and after school for the supervision of transportation. Parents should be aware there is no outdoor supervision outside of these times. For specific supervision times, please contact your school principal.
Webcam of the Rosewood School build
The YMCA Before and After School Program currently has spaces available for the 2016-17 school year.
Benefits to registering:
* free YMCA membership for all children in the program
Child must be in grades 1 - 6 to be eligible.
For more information please contact Christal:
Office (306) 757-9622 ext.253
Registrations are now being accepted for the the 2016-17 school year.
Kindergarten - French and English (born 2011)
Pre-K - English only (born 2012 or 2013)
Please find attached the Transportation and Registration Forms for 2016-17
Are you looking for Before and After School care and/or something for your child to do on Elementary Staff Development Days? Look no further than Rosewood Park Alliance Church's Park Play. We offer Before and After School Care to children in Grades 1 through 6 enrolled at École St. Angela Merici School, MacNeill School and École Centennial Community School. We are open from 7:00am to 8:30am in the morning and 4:00pm to 5:30pm in the afternoon. As a part of our program, we provide bus transportation to and from the schools for the children enrolled in our care.
We also provide fun-filled, special theme events on all Elementary Staff Development Days throughout the school year called School's Out. These events run from 9:00am to 4:30pm, with extended childcare options available. School's Out is geared towards children in grades 1 through 6 from Regina and the surrounding area. Upcoming events include Ultimate Bake Off (March 5 ); Mad Science (March 6), Around the World (April 7-10) and Mission Impossible (May 15).
For more information on either one of these programs, please visit www.rosewoodpark.ca/school-care-programs/. You may also contact Sarah Klauke by phone at 306-543-8233 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Changes to school boundaries
On January 18, you will have received a letter about the realignment of school boundaries. If you missed it, here are the details.
You can find this information online at www.rbe.sk.ca
Regina is growing, and it is a very exciting time for Regina Public schools as neighbourhoods are expanding and new communities are popping up. The school division has reviewed the enrolment trends and program needs and are looking towards the future of public education in Regina. Details of our trends analysis can be found in our Accommodation Review, published in September 2015: http://www.rbe.sk.ca/sites/default/files/boarddocs/accomodation_review_sep_2015.pdf
This growth gives the school division the rare opportunity to realign school attendance areas—also known as school boundaries—to meet the future enrolment needs of families and the school division, as well as to address distance and travel time issues that may be created by growing and new communities. These changes to the attendance areas will also address any current or future capacity issues in existing schools and create opportunities to add or change programs and make them closer to students’ homes.
A map for 2016 Regular Program and French Immersion Boundary changes is included below. This information will also be available at www.rbe.sk.ca, and on this school’s website.
What you need to know about 2016 boundary changes
• Little or no impact for current students or staff
• Changes apply to new students only, effective 2016/17
• Transportation Services will continue to be provided according to existing procedures
• Siblings of current students may be permitted to attend the same schools as their brothers and sisters, exceptions may be provided for their transportation services.
It is very important to keep you informed and there is more realignment ahead for the 2017-18 school year. Later this month, the Board of Education and I will announce changes for when our three new schools will open, as well as information about the naming of these new schools. We are very excited about these changes, and we will keep you well informed of any changes that may be of interest to your family or community.