Al Ritchie Community Association

Al Ritchie Community Association 2017 Summer Jam Program

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The Summer program will take place outside at Crescent Park  this year from 8:30am drop off – 3:30pm pick up.  This program is open to 5 - 13yrs olds who reside in our Al Ritchie neighbourhood.  This is a free day program that runs July 4th – Aug 18th Monday to Friday.  Lunch is provided daily.  Weekly registration – full day program.

 

Registration is limited.  First come first served.  Forms can be mailed or dropped off at our office 2250 Linsday St OR scanned and emailed to us at arcaprograms@sasktel.net by June 29th.  (Or 7 days prior to the first week attending – however, registration is not guaranteed and is first come first served.)

Download the registration form here

Pre-Kindergarten Registration (2017-2018)

Is your child a candidate for Pre-Kindergarten? We would love to welcome them to Arcola Community School!

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Regina Public Schools welcomes Pre-Kindergarten students who are three and four years old.

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Education's Prekindergarten Program is a developmentally-appropriate early childhood education program for three and four year old children.  Space is limited and children who would benefit most from enhanced programming are prioritized for enrolment. Information about Pre-Kindergarten in Regina Public Schools can be found here.

The half-day program has a qualified teacher who provides play-based programming for 16 children for 10 months of the year.  Programming focuses on holistic child development: social-emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual development.

Click here to download the Pre-Kindergarten application form.

Please note, if you are new to Canada, or not a Canadian Citizen, please contact the Regina Newcomer Centre before registering any new student.

Welcome to Arcola!

Welcome to Arcola Community School

You can find registration forms here. You can also find forms that your child's teacher sends home at this link.

New to our school? You can identify which Regina Public School is closest to your home at this one easy link or at the RBE Our Schools tab. Click HERE for information about transportation.

Parents can also access information about their child's education and attendance using the Parent PortalTo obtain an access ID and Password for Parent Portal, you will need to come into the school to pick up the sheets in person.

Interested in finding community events? We post information under the "community news" link.

 

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Community Violence Threat Risk Assessment and Support Protocol

On April 10, 2017, The Regina Human Service Partnership (RHSP) signed the Regina Human Service Partnership's Community Violence Threat Risk Assessment & Support Protocol at a ceremony at Campus Regina Public. This is an essential tool for creating and maintaining safe environments for students, staff, parents/guardians and community members.

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Parents, families and caregivers, please download the attachment for information regarding our school division's new Community Violence Threat Risk Assessment and Support Protocol.

More detailed information about the protocol can be found HERE. info

Download the brochure HERE. brochure

Meeting the Challenge: 2017-2018 Provincial Budget Information

On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at the public meeting of the Regina Board of Education, the Director of Education, Greg Enion shared information relating to the 2017-18 Provincial Budget. The points he made are available on the news page of the Regina Public Schools website. Please take the time to read this information about the potential financial impact of the Provincial Budget Regina Public Schools.

Please click here for more information.

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Kindergarten Registrations for 2017-2018

Is your child ready for Kindergarten? We would love to welcome them to Arcola Community School!

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Regina Public Schools welcomes new Kindergarten students who will be five years of age or older on December 31st of the year they register. Download the registration form here.

Please note: for the 2017 - 2018 school year, Kindergarten will be full days. Students will be placed in the "green" or "purple" class. The school calendar can be viewed HERE.

Transportation information can be found HERE.

 

Please note, if you are new to Canada, or not a Canadian Citizen, please contact the Regina Newcomer Centre before registering any new student.

Arcola Community School is one of several Regina Public Schools that does not accept out-of-area registrations. To be eligible to register at Arcola, you must live in our attendance area or have a childcare provider in our area.

Literacy and Oral Language Development

Literacy development begins at birth. It is supported by the stories, conversations, and experiences children have with their families through talking, singing, playing, reading and writing together.

Families, here are two brochures that give some suggestions about ways to support these important elements for young children. We are all teachers!

Supporting Children's Literacy Development - exploring literacy foundations

 

Talk Counts - supporting oral language

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Chocolate Milk Sales

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The Arcola Leadership Committee is now selling white and chocolate milk!

Milk will be sold for $1.00 each.

Milk cards can also be purchased for $10.00 or $20.00. Click here to log in to purchase milk cards online! Milk cards will be kept at the school.

Deliveries will be every Thursday. Thank you for your understanding if we run out of milk before our delivery day. Thank you for supporting the ALC!

Regina Public Library: Reading Buddies

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For grades 1-3 at the Regina Public Library.

Share the joy of reading! This reading program matches children with ‘big buddies,’ high school student volunteers who will share their love of reading with fun picture books and literacy games. Library staff are on hand to offer support, expertise and supervision. Buddies will meet once a week for 8 weeks and children should attend all sessions. Parents and caregivers are welcome to enjoy a good book on their own while they wait, but must stay in the library during the program. 

This takes place at the following libraries: Central Children's, Prince of Wales, Sherwood Village and Sunrise

 

Contact Sarah Bonish at (306) 777-6001 for information and to sign up!

You can also register online HERE!

 

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