A huge "THANK-YOU" to our entire Dr. A. E. Perry School Community!!
We have had a very successful Learn-a-Thon Fundraiser which will now allow us to better support both literacy and numeracy initiatives within our school.
The final school total raised was:
A fantastic effort by all students, parents, and community members.
CONGRATULATIONS to the following students and classrooms for their high achievement efforts:
Mrs. Waters' classroom - most funds raised in one classroom - $2,175.25
Mrs. Rice's classroom - average of most funds raised per fundraising student - $71.68
Zoey Perry - Most funds raised by an individual student - $669.90
We would like to thank the following people and/or businesses for their generous donations in support of this event.
- The Dr. A. E. Perry School Communicy Concil (SCC)
- Western Cycle (John Carmichael)
- Dr. Ephthymia (Effie) Kutsogiannis
- Mr. Greg Brentnell
- The Copper Kettle
- R&M Accessories (Jana Nichols)
- Starbucks (Laura Kaminski)
- Safeway (Dwight Kaminiski)
- Traditions Handcraft Gallery
- 31 Gifts (Denise Rosca)
- Jersey City
- Cineplex Odeon
- Campbell Collegiate
- The Nagel Family
- The Rosca Family
- The Stusek Family
KIDZONE Child Care and the Panther Pit Before & After School Program are once again holding their Annual Mom's Pantry Fundraiser
This fundraiser has proven to be very successful, as the vast array of products is always of excellent quality. The products include...READ MORE.
Orders are due by Friday, November 18th with pick-up occurring the afternoon of Thursday, December 8th.
"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
Changes for Grade 1 Transportation for 2016-2017 School Year
The Regina Public School Division has made some very important changes regarding Grade 1 transportation for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year.
Read more by clicking HERE.
Online payment now available!
Regina Public School parents and guardians can now pay for a variety of school based fees directly online. This saves the hassle of wrting cheques and elinminates the need for students to carry cash or cheques to school.
Regina Public School now offers School Cash Online
Read more details about how to register HERE, or click the School Cash Online icon below.