Arcola Community School is host to Camp Dragon, a United Way Regina Summer Success Camp. Camp runs for the first two weeks at August. Fifteen students in Grades 1-3 have been selected to take part in this exciting literacy initiative.
We honour the 215 First Nations children and babies who were students of the Kamloops Indian Residential School that were recently discovered, on the property, in an unmarked mass grave.
On Monday, May 31, we invite everyone to wear orange. Every child matters.
Arcola Community School is proud to be on Treaty 4 land. We are on the territory of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakoda, and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation. We are all Treaty People who have Treaty rights and responsibilities.
Under the guidance of Jeff Cappo and Knowledge Keeper Gary Gott, Arcola hosted a flag raising ceremony on Wednesday, May 26, 2021.
Thank you to CTV News Regina for coming out to our Remembrance Day assembly on November 8, 2019.
Oh, Ms. Gwilliam, what will we do without you?! Ms. Gwilliam retires at the end of June. She has been our fearless and dedicated Community Coordinator for 11 years, responsible for writing grants, working with families, supporting students, partnering with our School Community Council... and truly everything in between. Even in a large school like ours, every single student (from our Pre-Kinders all the way up to our almost-finished Grade 8s) can tell you all about her!
As everybody knows, a bench can offer a calming reprieve from daily life as a place to relax and observe your surroundings. They’re also a great place to strike up a conversation with a potential new friend.