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Argyle School -- 25 Acts of Conservation "How Much Can You Lift?"

Argyle School -- 25 Acts of Conservation "How Much Can You Lift?"

Way to go Gators!!! #25Acts 

Check out this super cool wrap up video to our 25 Acts of Conservation Contest...

Financial Impact of Budget for Regina Public Schools

In light of last week's budget announcement, Director Greg Enion released the following information on the impacts:

http://www.rbe.sk.ca/news/2017/03/provincial-budget-information-board-meeting

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#KeepOurGatorsSafe

In an effort to improve awareness of school zone speed we have a "guest" for the next couple of weeks.  #ThankYouATSTraffic

#KeepOurGatorsSafe

Student response to "Screenagers," a short documentary

After viewing "Screenagers," a few of our students created this short film...take a look!

Our students felt like making their own documentary in response to some questions they wanted answered after watching the documentary. 


 

 

 

 

Student response to "Screenagers," a short documentary

 

 

 

"Screenagers" Reflections...

The Argyle School Community Council's presentation of the film, "SCREENAGERS: Growing up in the Digital Age" a documentary about the biggest parenting issue of our time is now complete. We want to thank everyone who was was able to come out and further to encourage all of you to continue the conversations around technology usage and what that looks like.

A huge thank you to our panelists Alec Couros, Katia Hildebrandt, and Stu Harris for sharing your knowledge, experience, and expertise in this important area.

850 members of our community saw the film and we are hopeful that the ripple effect of the conversations will lead us all to greater understandings of our role in this important issue.

#25ActsofConservation - the chase for the 3-peat

Beginning March 13th the Argyle Environmental Club will be participating in the @5 Acts of Conservation Contest. Please check out this video for our launch and see attachments for the rules and pledge sheet.

Argyle Street Safety

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attention Gator Community - we need your help!!!

We continue to see instances where our students are being placed in unsafe situations on the streets surrounding our school. Please take a look at this image and note where we would like to see students dropped off and encourage all Gators to use the crosswalks that bookend our school.

Our School Resource Officer will be coming in to classrooms to do some educating with our students, however, we need the adults in our community to show even more leadership to ensure that we do not ever have an avoidable accident.

We really appreciate your help and support.

 

To see the map image more clearly please click on the attachment or click here to go to the Facebook picture and story.

Playground Supervision

Reminder of RBE policy around playground supervision:

Playground supervision begins in the morning when the first school bus arrives or 15 minutes prior to the bell ringing, whichever is earlier. In addition, the grounds are supervised at recess breaks, during part of the noon hour, and after school for the supervision of transportation. Parents should be aware there is no outdoor supervision outside of these times. For specific supervision times, please contact the principal, Mr. Panko. 

School Cash Online

Online payment now available!

 

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

Regina Public Schools now offers School Cash Online

Read more details about how to register HERE, or click the School Cash Online icon below.

School Cash Online

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