COVID Identified, School Open

January 30, 2021– the Saskatchewan Health Authority informed us that there was one case of COVID-19 Dr. A.E. Perry School.

For the safety of students and staff, and in consultation with Public Health, we have informed all close contacts and provided them information about self isolation. Affected students will begin remote learning and will not return to the school until February 10th.

Letters will be sent to all school families on Monday, February 1, 2021.

If there are any additional close contacts at the school, they will be contacted directly by Public Health. A close contact is someone who has been within two metres (six feet) of someone for a cumulative 15 minutes. 

One School One Book

 

“With the right words, you can change the world.” E.B. White

What an incredible day today! We are pleased to announce our "One School One Book" title - E.B. White's Charlotte's Web. Our students participated in a whole school virtual assembly - see HERE for the video link that explains what One School, One Book is, and reveals the title!

Enhanced Ventilation in Schools

JANUARY 22, 2021 – Regina Public Schools announces the completion of an important project that will contribute to the health and safety of all students and employees in all Regina Public schools and buildings.

All Regina Public facilities now have enhanced, new air filtration systems. Announced in October and in the Return to School Parent Handbook, the school division has increased airflow and replaced or updated all ventilation systems in all its schools and buildings.

Aboriginal Storytelling Month 2021

JANUARY 21, 2021 -- The Regina Public Library is hosting some fantastic virtual programs for Aboriginal Storytelling Month (February). If you are interested, please sign up on the Regina Public Library website. Contact Wendy Sinclair at wsinclair@reginalibrary.ca if you have any further questions.

Indigenous Storytelling Through Books

https://www.reginalibrary.ca/attend/programs/4832496

Indigenous Storytelling Through Graphic Novels

How We Try to Keep You Informed During the Pandemic

January 20, 2021 -- Ever wondered what happens when there is a case of COVID-19 at a school? A lot of work goes on behind the scenes. After the notification from Public Health, it usually begins with school division and school-based administration identifying potential close contacts in the school. This work is done in consultation with and confirmed by Public Health.

What is contact tracing? We are trying to find out where the staff member or student was on the day that they were contagious. Were they in one classroom or several? Did they go throughout the school or stay in one office? How close did they sit or stand to others and for how long?