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Scholastic Book Fair

November 02, 2017
The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to our school November 27-30th! We invite your family to participate by purchasing the latest and greatest in children's books. You will find hundreds of quality books at our Book Fair with a wide assortment for all reading levels. You can visit the Scholastic website...
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Board of Trustees Newsletter

November 02, 2017
​ Greetings from the Regina Catholic School Division Board of Trustees! We approach November and Remembrance Day with appreciation and gratitude. We keep in our hearts and prayers this month all those who have sacrificed for our freedom. It is because of the sacrifices of others that we have so many...
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Equity Head to Toe

October 20, 2017
​Join us to learn how you can support your children at home in a changing world.​ Our population is changing  as we welcome many different people to Canada. This impacts all students. We are building an approach that is both practical and meaningful, and want to share this will all our families....
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From Our Board of Trustees

October 02, 2017
​ Greetings from the Regina Catholic School Division Board of Trustees!
With the hustle and bustle of September behind us, our three new schools, St. Elizabeth, St Kateri Tekawitha and St. Nicholas, are now officially opened and blessed by Archbishop Don Bolen. It has been a wonderful celebration for our...
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Equity Head to Toe

September 22, 2017


Melissa Mikel  will speak with Regina Catholic School Division staff on  Thursday, November 16.  We have opened up her session to an open invitation for our parents to attend as well. Equity Head to Toe introduces a practical and meaningful approach to equity in the classroom: engaging students with their head (knowledge), heart...
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Greetings from the Board of Trustees!

September 01, 2017
​ Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year! Our theme for this year is “ Let Your Light Shine ,” and we are confident that the Light within the Regina Catholic School Division will shine very brightly.
We are very blessed to have the gift of Catholic education in Saskatchewan. The...
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Kids Plus Accident Insurance

June 20, 2017
  For your convenience, we've made arrangements for families to voluntarily purchase student accident insurance through the Kids Plus™ Accident Insurance program, underwritten by Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc (iA Financial Group). Kids Plus™ Accident Insurance offers protection against the unexpected costs of injury from accidents, and is especially...
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Moving

May 09, 2017
​ Are you moving? If you know you will be moving and/or your child will not be returning to St. Dominic School in the fall, please inform the office as soon as possible so necessary paperwork can be completed and we can efficiently plan our classes for the fall.
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Students staying for lunch

April 27, 2017
​ Now that the weather is warming up, students who are not bused should be going home for the lunch hour . Exceptions are made for extra-curricular activities. Bus students who regularly stay for lunch are expected to stay at the school during the lunch hour unless we receive a note...
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Modesty & Good Taste; Values of a Catholic Faith

April 27, 2017
​ Our Sharks have grown so much this year. We are bigger and stronger and ready for some new clothes. Warm weather is coming soon! We want to remind everyone that our dress code dictates appropriate clothing for school. We don't want to disappoint students by telling them they can't wear...
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Band

April 27, 2017
​ This year 900 solo's and over 150 ensembles were performed at the festival.  We were very fortunate to have excellent adjudicators and clinicians work with all of the Regina Catholic Band students!   Congratulations to all students who participated in our 42nd Annual Band Days Festival.  The following students were...