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.

 

Preparing for the Winter and Indoor Recess!

We have been blessed with a mild winter thus far but looking ahead the temperatures continue to fall. Please make sure that your student comes prepared for outdoor play. Labelled hats/toques, mittens/gloves, boots and jackets are required. Students will go outside to play at recess times (8:35, 10:30, 12:30 and 2:15) until the temperature is below -25C with the windchill.

 

For more information on Regina Public Schools' Severe Weather Procedures, please visit this link.

Safety Reminders for Argyle School

Thank you to everyone for welcoming all of our staff and students during the first few weeks of this school year.  Staff at Argyle School are so impressed with the enthusiasm of our students and the commitment of our families. We all play an important part in every child’s education and working together is the key to success.  Keeping staff and students safe throughout the school day is our top priority. 

Treaty Four Flag Raising - September 15

In the spirit of truth and reconciliation, Argyle School continues its journey with a Treaty 4 Flag Raising Ceremony. On Friday, September 15, our Argyle community will be joined by elders, community members, and leaders to share this special moment together - moving forward in a good way.

Please join us if you are able at 9:30 am or watch online

Livestream link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm7rCP1R7LC0QoTNwcimwlA

More information about the day can be found on Edsby.

Police Information Checks

Police Information Checks (PICs)

All volunteers are required to be active during a 12-month period to be considered active volunteers. With this in mind, and, given the length of time volunteers have been out of our facilities, we will require all volunteers to produce an original, clear Police Information Check (PIC) and Vulnerable Sector Check prior to volunteering in a school. Any person providing services to students on a recurring scheduled basis requires an original PIC. Any person supervising students on their own (even just once) also requires an original PIC. This includes individuals involved with extra-curricular activities. PICs must be applied for well in advance of school activities to ensure they are in place when required.