Violin Dingue French performance for French Kindergarten - Grade 6 French Immersion students.

VIOLON DINGUE

Artiste: M. PIERRE LESSARD

Elsie Mironuck French Immersion students in Kindergarten to Grade 6 will take part in a French cultural music performance on Wednesday, April 22nd in the morning. Cost for the performance is $1.50 per student and can be sent to the school or paid online (link is on the left side of this page.)  https://youtu.be/HdJyvnd3IGs


 


 

 

Concours D'art Oratoire

Congratulations to Blake S. in French Immersion grade six for placing first in the Concours d'art oratoire at Wilfred Walker School this week. Blake's speech on Speed Swimming placed him in top place ahead of students from all of Regina's public school French Immersion students. Blake will now be competing in Saskatoon on April 25th.

Félicitations à tous les participants de la finale de ce matin. Ils ont représentés leur école de belle façon.


Learning Fair Grades 5-8

On Thursday, March 26, 2015 École Elsie Mironuck Community School is pleased to present a showcase of academic talents presented by Grade 5 to 8 students. Come for a visit between 1:30-3:00pm or 6:30-8:00pm to see what your child has been learning. We would love to see you!


Litter-less Lunch and Snack Day is Tuesday, March 24

 

On Tuesday, March 24 Elsie Mironuck School will be promoting a litter-less lunch and snack day for National Nutrition month. On March 24 we will be promoting healthy snacks & lunch that are non-packaged. We are asking that all food sent to school that day are in re-usable containers that the students can take home. There will be two classroom prizes awarded to the classes who produce the least amount of waste. The prize for Grade 1to Grade 4 is a class trip to the Science Centre and the prize for Grade 5-8 is a class trip to the Imax.

Litter-less Lunch and Snack Ideas

Did you know—One student taking a disposable lunch to school creates a total of 30 kilograms of lunch waste every year! The healthiest food choices often do not come in packages. Packing litter-less lunches and snacks encourages everyone to learn new food preparation skills.

Here are some tips:

¨ Use a reusable lunch bag

¨ Use reusable containers

¨ Make large batches of healthy recipes during the week—left overs can be taken for lunches and snacks

¨ Buy foods in large containers instead of individually packaged items. Yogurt, applesauce, pretzels, etc. can then be separated into individual reusable containers. Buying items this way is often less expensive.

¨ Pre-wash and cut assorted fruits and vegetables

¨ Pack lunch the night before

¨ Use reusable water bottles and utensils

¨ Avoid paper or plastic bags, plastic wrap and foil, single use containers or juice boxes and overly packaged/processed foods

¨ Some lunch ideas: Pasta salad, soft tacos, pizza bagels, hummus, hard-boiled eggs, etc.


Thom Collegiate Open House.

Thom Collegiate Open House is Thursday, February 26th at 7:00pm for grade 8 students from Elsie Mironuck School who live in the Elsie Mironuck neighbourhood. For more information please see the attached PDF file.

Humane Society National Cupcake Day

On Monday, February 23, 2015 bake cupcakes to raise funds, fight cruelty and save animal's lives. Elsie Mironuck School will be participating in National Cupcake Day. We will be selling cupcakes during the day and students will have opportunities to buy cupcakes to support the Regina Humane Society. Donations of cupcakes from Mironuck families for the sale can be dropped off in the Vice-Principal's office the morning February 23. Please remember when baking cupcakes for the sale that we are a nut-free school. For more information please call Mme Brown @ 306-791-8486.

 

Regina Public Schools Annual General Meeting

School Community Council Annual Fundraiser Winners

Winner have been contacted.  Winners can pick up their prizes from the school (please report to the office) between 8:45 & 4:00. Picture ID will be required.

1st Prize: 60” Samsung LED Smart TV w/Blu-ray & Surround Sound ($2633).... DONNA U. (Regina)

2nd Prize: ASUS All-in-One Computer ($942).... DONNA P. (Regina)

3rd Prize: 15.6” Acer Laptop ($638)... TONY B. (Punnichy)

4th Prize: X-Box One w/ Kinect ($638)... PAIGE F. (Regina)

5th Prize: Play Station 4 Destiny Bundle ($516)... NATHALIE M. (Regina)

6th Prize: 11.6” Acer Netbook ($332)... IVY J. (Regina)

7th Prize: Samsung 8” 16GB Tablet ($363)... TROY K. (Regina)

8th Prize: Nintendo Wii U Skylanders Swap Force Bundle ($263)... DARCY T. (Regina) 

9th Prize: Play Station 3 w/ LEGO Marvel Super Heroes ($252).... DWAYNE W. (Regina)

10th Prize: Logitech Harmony Touchscreen Remote ($219)... HARVEY B. (Regina)

11th Prize: Monster Inspiration Headphones ($165).... VEENA H. (Swift Current)

12th Prize: Cambridge Bluetooth Speaker ($164)... DANETTE F. (Regina)

Tumblebooks

Many families have been using Tumblebooks at home with their students to support their English and French reading. Tumblebooks is now accessible through the Regina Public Library site http://www.reginalibrary.ca/findstuff/tumblebooks.html

There is no password required for using the resources on this site.

Regina Public Schools High Schools Information

We want to hear from you!

Regina Public Schools would like to know how we can best meet your family’s needs when it comes to high school education. We are striving to provide an equitable and exceptional educational and extra-curricular experience for all high school students, regardless of where they live in Regina.

We are asking students in elementary school grades 6 to 8 and high school grades 9 to 12 and parents or guardians to share their thoughts so we at Regina Public Schools create a better high school experience.

We encourage you to participate. Please see the attached "High School Parent Letter" for more details and to participate.


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