Grade 8 Farewell - June 20

We will celebrate our Grade 8 students on Thursday, June 20 @ 4:00 in the Argyle Gym. We are thankful for their time and leadership at Argyle School and wish them nothing but the best as they transition to high school.

Grade 8 families will receive more information from Mrs. Baldwin and Mr. Lamb.

 

Classroom Planning - Fall 2024

As we begin to plan for the 2024-2025 school year, we are having discussions about classroom placement. One question that comes to the office in the spring and at the beginning of each school year is how we determine which class students will be in. The first thing parents and guardians need to know is this is a carefully considered process. There are a number of factors that go into this decision including the number of students in each grade, trying to get a balance of gender and abilities, and maintaining some social supports for each student. Overall, the most important consideration is what is in the best interest of all of our 482 students.

June is Pride Month!

In Regina Public Schools, we demonstrate our Shared Values that include belonging and respect. As a school division, we are committed to ensuring schools, and workplaces are inclusive and welcoming environments where Gender and Sexually Diverse (GSD) staff, students, families, and allies feel included, protected, and respected. Please join our school community as we celebrate PRIDE MONTH and demonstrate that ALL, however they identify and want to be, are welcome in Regina Public Schools. 

ARGYLE SCHOOL EVENTS

Monday, June 3 - Pride Flag Raising and K-Grade 3/4 storybooks

Tuesday, June 4 - Tie Dye Tuesday

Wednesday, June 5 - Poster Making

Thursday, June 6 - Pride Walk @ 1:00 - all are welcome to join!

Holi Celebration - March 22

In March our students, staff and community will be learning more about Holi. On Friday, March 22nd at 3:15, Argyle School will participate in the Indian festival Holi. This festival is popularly known as the festival of colors! The festival signifies the victory of good and it marks the arrival of spring and the end of winter.