As part of our focus on school effectiveness, our school will be participating in an online school survey for students – Tell Them From Me (TTFM).
TTFM is an online survey that allows students to give their feedback and share their voice on their school environment, experiences at school, and any school improvement programs. During the period from October 15th to November 17th, all students in grades 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.
TTFM 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, Tell Them From Me has quickly grown to become Canada’s largest national school survey.
If you would like more information, please contact the office at 306-791-8559.
For School Websites
Please post link to https://rbe.schoolcashonline.com/ in a visible place on your website. Please include one of the following link images with that URL.
Please also post the following text to introduce parents to the program, attached you will find one page PDF with instructions to link to highlighted last sentence below.
Online payment now available!
Save time and eliminate the need for students to carry cash or cheques to school.
Regina Public Schools now offers School Cash Online.
Click the School Cash Online icon on the left.
We want to hear from you!
Regina Public Schools would like to know how we can best meet your family’s needs when it comes to high school education. We are striving to provide an equitable and exceptional educational and extra-curricular experience for all high school students, regardless of where they live in Regina.
We are asking students in elementary school grades 6 to 8 and high school grades 9 to 12 and parents or guardians to share their thoughts so we at Regina Public Schools create a better high school experience.
We encourage you to participate. Please click on the attachment for more details and to participate.
SCC Meeting - Tuesday, Nov 18th, 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.
SCC PITA Lunch - Nov 6th - 11:45
(Forms will go home on Oct 23 and should be returned by Oct 30th)
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.
Grades 7-10 Mathematics Students
The University of Regina will once again be offering a series of problem-solving sessions aimed at interested students primarily in Grades 7-10 (although younger and older students are welcome as well). Sessions will again be held in Riddell Centre Room RC 286 on Monday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
The session dates for this semester are as follows:
October 20, November 3, November 17
For more information on the sessions, visit http://www.uregina.ca/science/mathstat/community-outreach/problem-workshop.html
MEND – Mind, Exercise, Nutrition…Do It! (two attachments)
MEND – Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, and Do it! MEND in Saskatchewan empowers children and families to become fitter and healthier. This free, 10-week, family-based program is fun, interactive, and supports children 2 to 4, 5 to 7, and 7 to 13 years of age and their families to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
Regardless of age, children and their families who register for MEND participate and attend MEND sessions together. For children ages 7 to 13 years of age, the MEND runs two times per week; for children ages 5 to 7 years of age, one time per week; and for children ages 2 to 4 years of age, one time per week. Note that participation in MEND is open to all children regardless of children’s body weight.
Note that a MEND registration form has been attached to this message. Additional information has been attached to this message with specifics regarding registration and MEND in Saskatchewan found at http://www.kinesiology.usask.ca/mend-sk.php
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.
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 email@example.com.
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.