Changes to Expect at Elementary Schools

August 14, 2020 -- The return to school is just around the corner and parents, caregivers and students are preparing for a school year that will be like no other. Regina Public Schools administrators and staff are also planning, preparing and getting ready to re-open schools and restart education in a way that is as safe as possible for students and staff and that honours the guidelines and direction provided by the Government of Saskatchewan, as well as by local and provincial health and public health authorities.

Information for our school community

As you may be aware, we are in the process of doing renovations in the school to prepare for the new school year. During these renovations, asbestos tile was found in some floor tiles in the building. 

Asbestos in tiles is generally safe as long as it is not disturbed/broken up. Unfortunately, during renovations from June 11 to June 16, some of the tile was disturbed. Air samples were taken and revealed there was a small amount of asbestos fibre in the air. The measured sample amount was 0.01 f/cc (fibres per cubic centimetres) which is just over the allowable limits for clean air. 

Join us! Perry Park Revitalization Project

Join the Conversation!

In 2022, a new working group of committed stakeholders and individuals was established with the support of the Albert Park Community Association (APCA) and the City of Regina to redevelop the park
behind the Dr. A.E Perry School. The goal is to revitalize and transform the park into a vibrant new
shared space for the greater community to enjoy for years to come.

Of the 136 responses received in the public survey, 94% were in favour of making improvements to the park, and the new Park Project Committee is now working with the APCA and the City of Regina.