Let's keep healthy!

It is that dreaded flu season! Regina Public Schools reminds all parents and guardians to keep students who are ill, or not feeling well, at home

While Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region recommends that any students demonstrating signs of flu should stay home for a full seven days. 

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Berrns at 791-8594.

The BEST READERS are ENGAGED READERS!

Reading, and a love for reading, can happen for all students.  Together, home and school will engage our children in reading.  The Reading Rocket website is a great resource for teachers, parents and families.   Parents may be interesed in the link "Reading Tips for Parents".  It is great for many reasons including that it is translated into 11 additional languages.  Check it out! 

 

Reading Tips for Parents of Babies

Reading Tips for Parents of Toddlers

Reading Tips for Parents of Preschoolers

Reading Tips for Parents of Kindergarteners

Reading Tips for Parents of First Graders

Reading Tips for Parents of Second Graders

Reading Tips for Parents of Third Graders 

 

 

Winter Holidays

Dec 18 2015

The season is upon us and December 18th is the final school day before the break.  Just a reminder to families that there is a 2:30 p.m. dismissal for students.  Students will return on January 4th, 2016.  HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Report Card Day/Three Way Conferences

It is important to discuss, monitor and celebrate the growth and achievement of our students and children.  On Friday, November 20th, students will recieve their progress reports to help spark this discussion.  Then, Friday, November 27th, three way conferences will be held at the school.  Please check your scheduled time for conferences.  We look forward to seeing you then!  

Dr. LM Hanna School Teachers and Staff READ!

The BEST Readers are ENGAGED Readers!  It is important to model READING to our students and children.

 

Education Week: October 18th to 24th, 2015 "Celebrating Each Student"

Dr. Hanna School is celebrating each student during education week this year.  The PreKindergarten to grade 3 students are creating "All About Me" posters and the grades 4 to 8 students are writing short autobiographies.  All work will be displayed in our hallways during October 18th to 24th and we hope you have some time to come and see our student's work and celebrate each student with us!

Bring your best SMILE!

Picture Day at Dr. Hanna School will October 6th.  Bring your best SMILE!

Orange Shirt Day

September 30th, 2015 is Orange Shirt Daya at Dr. LM Hanna School.  Orange Shirt Day is intended to bring awareness to the harmful effects that the residential school system did to many children’s sense of self-esteem and wellbeing, and it is an affirmation of our commitment to ensure that everyone around us matters.  

Staff, students and families are encouraged to wear Orange Shirts in our effort on September 30th!

We will be honoured and priviledged to have Bevan Fox join us for this day to speak with us about her personal experiences of the residential school system. 

SCHOOL CASH ONLINE

Regina Public Schools parents and guardians can now pay for a variety of school based fees directly online. This saves the hassle of writing checks and eliminates the need for students to carry cash or cheques to school.

Please take five minutes of your time to register to the secure site.  Sign up is as easy as:

1.  Go to the Regina Public Schools School Cash Online website:  https://rbe.schoolcashonline.com

2.  Register by selecting the "Get Started Now" button and follow the steps

3.  After you receive a confirmation email, please select the "click here" option, login and add each of your children (if more than one) to your household account. 

Let's keep healthy!

It is that dreaded flu season! Regina Public Schools reminds all parents and guardians to keep students who are ill, or not feeling well, at home

While Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region recommends that any students demonstrating signs of flu should stay home for a full seven days.

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Berrns at 791-8594.

 

 

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