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School Lunch Program - Healthy Hunger

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The Dr AE Perry Student Council has been looking for a way to run an efficient and effective school wide lunch program.  We have signed up to try out Healthy Hunger.ca.  This website will allow parents to pay and order special lunches or treats for an assigned day. Many schools in the city are using this website and many different restaurants are signed up to be used.  

 

We have set up two trials:

 

Booster Juice Day on June 7  

Subway Lunch Day on June 14

 

As a parent, all you need to do is go to Healthyhunger.ca, click on the parent link and sign up your child or children with their teacher’s class.  Once you are registered you can make an order and complete with payment. The orders then go directly to the restaurant and will be delivered on the designated day. We are hoping to use this throughout next year to have monthly lunches brought into the school and help raise a little money to put towards Student Council activities during the school year.

 

    Please make sure to submit your order 5 days prior to the date of the event

 

Thank you very much. GO PANTHERS!!!

 

Come Paint-With-Me Fundraiser Event

COME PAINT-WITH-ME FUNDRAISER

Don’t forget to register!

There are two different sessions, paintings and times.

Pick your favorite before it fills up.

Remember it is open to anyone, NOT just Dr. A. E. Perry School families.

 

Session 1: Leapin’ Lizard 

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Junior Social Artworking: Leapin' Lizard

 

 

Session 2: Hoo Loves You?

 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Whoo Loves You

 

A percentage of the funds raised will go directly to Ecole Harbour Landing School Playground Fund.

Dr. A. E. Perry School families can register on School Cash Online: Deadline May 12th

Anyone else interested can register by contacting Lisa at 596-5560

or cytolisa@hotmail.com    

Looking forward to seeing you all there!!

Ears are for Reading Too!!

maymonth.ca / moisdemai.ca

 

May is Speech and Hearing Month in Canada.  Talking, reading, and playing with your child daily will promote healthy speech.  These simple but important daily activities also help your child become a reader because oral language is the foundation of literacy. Children need strong vocabularies to help them understand what they read. Children need to learn how to rhyme and hear the individual sounds in words before they can learn to spell and read simple words. 

Adequate hearing is necessary for the development of speech and language and important for learning at school. Your child can’t learn what they can’t hear!  Delays in speech and language may be an indication that your child has a hearing problem.  However, a mild hearing loss can easily go undetected and lead to delays in reading and school achievement.  The ear is the “doorway” to the brain for sound. Hearing loss of any type blocks that doorway, preventing sound from reaching the brain. Ear infections are common in young children and can impact hearing and therefore slow the development of speech, language, and early literacy skills.

One way to help your child’s reading skills develop, is to have your child’s hearing checked.  Speak well. Hear well. Live well.  

Families with questions or concerns about their child’s speech and language are encouraged to contact the Speech-Language Pathologist through your School.  

Spring Break

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Students and Staff are enjoying Spring Break and will be off school from  April 14-23, 2017.

Classes resume Monday, April 24th, 2017.

Have a fun and safe break! 

SCHOOL DAY CALENDARS FOR 2017-2018

The number of school days in the upcoming school year is set by the Ministry of Education usually in December or January. Should the number of school days be greater or fewer than 195, a revised calendar reflecting the set number of school days will be distributed.

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2017-2018 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CALENDAR

2017-2018 HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR

2017-2018 ELEMENTARY DAY 1 - 5 CALENDAR

2017-2018 KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL CALENDAR (Schedule A & B)

2017-2018 KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL CALENDAR (Schedule A ONLY)

2017-2018 KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL CALENDAR (Schedule B ONLY)

IMPORTANT TRANSPORTATION CHANGES FOR 2017-2018

Regina Public Schools transportation services will be provided based on a Transportation Zone model for 2017-2018

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Find the details of the announcment by clicking HERE.

Use the SCHOOL LOCATOR to determine if your residence will be eligible for transportation services for the 2017-2018 school year.

If there is no notation listed, your address is not eligible for transportation service.

To learn more about Transportation Services and Transportation Zones please CLICK HERE.

IMPORTANT CHANGES TO KINDERGARTEN FOR 2017-2018

Please read about the important changes to

Kindergarten & Early Learning Programming

in Regina Public Schools

for 2017-2018 by clicking HERE

Kindergarten Registration

Please fill out the Kindergarten Registration Form

and drop it off at the Dr. Perry School Office along with

your child's BIRTH CERTIFICATE, HEALTH CARD

and IMMUNIZATION RECORDS.

PROVINCIAL BUDGET IMPACT ON REGINA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at the public meeting of the Regina Board of Education, the Director of Education, Greg Enion shared information relating to the 2017-18 Provincial Budget.

The points he made are available on the news page of the Regina Public Schools website.

Please take the time to read this information about the potential financial impact of the Provincial Budget on Regina Public Schools. The direct link to the website information can be found HERE

REGISTRATION FOR NEW SCHOOLS BEGINS!

Student Registration for Ecole Harbour Landing

Is Now OPEN!

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If you will be registering your child/ren at Ecole Harbour Landing please click on the appropriate registration/enrollment form below.

Ecole Harbour Landing Kindergarten Registration Form

Ecole Harbour Landing Grades 1-8 Registration Form

ATTENDANCE MATTERS

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"It is important for everyone in our province to understand that being present at school leads to improved academic outcomes and, ultimately, graduation."

(Connie Bailey, President of the Saskatchewan School Boards Association - September 1, 2015)

A video featuring the theme "Be present at school - every day counts" is available for viewing HERE

Campbell Collegiate Video on the impact of regular attendance

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