OurSCHOOL Survey








Dear Parent/Guardian,

 As part of our focus on school effectiveness, Ecole Centennial Community School will be participating in an online school survey for students OurSCHOOL.

 OurSCHOOL is an online survey that allows students to give their feedback and share their voices on their school environment, experiences at school, and any school improvement programs.  Until November 4, students in grade 4-8 will be given the opportunity and time to participate in this survey during regular school hours. They are encouraged to complete the survey, but may choose not to as it is completely voluntary. Students who agree to complete the survey will be given a random username and password to access and complete the survey. Students’ names cannot be linked to their responses which allows it to be completely anonymous. Results will show all student scores combined together – it is not possible to single out individual students in the results.

 The student survey will be completed electronically and will require approximately 35-40 minutes to complete. The student survey Measures include such topics as emotional and social well-being, physical health, and behaviours and attitudes linked to student success. The survey also allows students to give their thoughts and feedback in open-ended question responses.

 OurSCHOOL was created by The Learning Bar, based on the work by Dr. J. Douglas Willms. Dr. Willms is widely known nationally and internationally for his work on educational monitoring systems, including the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. Since 2004, OurSCHOOL has quickly grown to become Canada’s largest national school survey.

 If you would like more information, do not hesitate to call the school.

School Community Council

SCC Events:

SCC Meeting (AGM)- Monday, October 24th, 6:30

Elections for SCC positions will take place at this meeting!


Stay informed and follow the SCC on Facebook  and Twitter (@CentennialSCC)!


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.


Parent Information Night - Plainsview School

Parent Information Night for Plainsview School

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 - 7:00

Centennial School - Library

This meeting will provide information regarding registration, transportation, child care, playground and other community questions.

All future Plainsview School families are invited to attend.



Reading Buddies Program @ RPL


This fall, RPL is launching a Reading Buddies Program where students in grades 1-3 will be matched with a student in grades 9-12. The buddies will meet once a week for 8 weeks and they will read together and play fun literacy games. 
















 It is an after school and weekend program. It will be held at the following branches/times:

   Sherwood Village: Saturday  10:00 – 11:00

·         Sunrise: Saturday 10:00 – 11:00

·         Central Children’s:  Saturday 3:30 – 4:30

   Prince of Wales: Monday 4:30 – 5:30 



Empowering Healthy Youth!


Regina Public Schools, in partnership with Regina Police, Red Cross and Regina Qu’Appelle Health, are holding an Empowering Healthy Youth Forum on October 18th for all Regina Public Schools parents, caregivers and staff to learn more about promoting healthy relationships with and between youth.

Topics include:

  • HYR: Giving Consent
  • Digital Citizenship/Cyber Bullying
  • Parents Kids and Drugs
  • Beyond the Hurt : Healthy Relationships for Younger Students 

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.

Please remember:


  • Immunization has saved more lives than any other health care intervention.

  • Getting your children vaccinated on time is one of the most important jobs you have as a parent. When you vaccinate your children, you protect them from serious diseases for the rest of their lives.

  • Returning the consent for immunization as quickly as you can assists tremendously in immunizing a large group of children.

  • Having your child eat a healthy breakfast and wearing a short sleeved shirt on the day of immunization are practical ways in which helps the process go more smoothly.

2016-17 Band Schedule


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

12:45 Flute

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

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. 

New School Build Information

Webcam of the Rosewood School build
Please find attached the Q & A for the new build.

Before and After School Program


The YMCA Before and After School Program currently has spaces available for the 2015-16 school year.

Benefits to registering:

* free YMCA membership for all children in the program

* early registration for 2016-17 ahead of general public

Child must be in grades 1 - 6 to be eligible.

For more information please contact Christal or Donna:



Office (306) 757-9622 ext.253


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