School News


Empowering Healthy Youth


The We-to-Me Student Leadership Council is once again asking our Dr. Perry School community to give donations to the We Scare Hunger Campaign in support of the Regina Food Bank Drive.

We Scare Hunger

Help support this very worthy cause by donating non-perishable food items from October 15th - 31st to help families in need.

Collection bins are set-up at the school ready to receive your generous donations.

The Top Ten Most Wanted items can be found HERE

*Please remember to check expiration dates.



"Celebrating Today, Preparing for Tomorrow"

October 16 - 22, 2016

Education Week 2016

Our Student Activity Council along with our Education Week Committee has been hard at work planning many exciting activities for our students & staff to help celebrate Education Week.

See a complete list of activities HERE


September 30th has been proclaimed as ORANGE SHIRT DAY in Saskatchewan as an opportunity to ensure discussion happens about residential schools.

This is the first year that ORANGE SHIRT DAY has been officially recognized.

Orange Shirt Day

ORANGE SHIRT DAY is "an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and communities to come together in a spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come."



On Thursday, September 29th

Dr. Perry students & staff will participate

in the Terry Fox School Run for Cancer Research.

The Terry Fox Run

"working together to outrun cancer"

This year the teachers at Dr. Perry School have set up a challenge to see who can take a kids song, or popular song, and rewrite it using the same tune but with a new theme. Students can then bring donations to get a chance to vote for the teachers they think have done the best job.

Click HERE to see a sample from Mr. Dahl

Donations will be collected for the Terry Fox Foundation during the week of September 26th - 30th

OUR GOAL IS $1500.00



Attendance Matters

"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


Leadership for Learning

Dr. A.E. Perry School students and staff

will support Leadership for Learning as outlined by

the Regina Public School Division.


Back to School


Speech & Hearing Month

Ears are for Reading too!

May is Speech & 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...READ MORE

Grade 8 Button UP Fundraiser!

Grade 8’s Show Support – Button UP!

As the Grade 8’s start to transition to the new adventure of High School, they have been reflecting on all the community has done for them to get them to where they are now.  Through that reflection they realized that maybe they could give back to the community that has supported them. 

Something that all Grade 8’s can connect to is being sick.  Nobody wants to be sick, but if that was the case we are lucky to have many supports to get us through difficult times.  The Grade 8’s decided they could do a one-of-a-kind fundraiser to help raise awareness for the Ronald Macdonald House in Edmonton.  This facility provides temporary and affordable accommodation for families whose children are being treated in one of Edmonton’s medical facilities.  RMHCNA works to ease the financial and emotional burdens of the families, and keeping families close drives the House’s programming.  Find out more about the RMH -


The Grade 8’s have created a series of drawings that we are turning into buttons right here at Dr. A. E. Perry.  The buttons will be sold within our school and community to raise awareness for the Ronald Macdonald House in Edmonton.  The Grade 8’s hope they have created a button you may be proud to wear in support of the Ronald MacDonald House in Edmonton.  


If you would like to purchase a button, please fill in the order form below with the quantities and send the money to school by Tuesday, May 3.  Students recieved an order form as of Thursday, April 28.  


Each button is 1 inch in diameter and can be purchased for $2.00

See attachment for images of buttons that can be purchased.




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