The small school with big heart!
The OCDSB is presently changing the look of all schools websites. In the meantime, this site will provide you with information about Regina Street PS and some of the wonderful things going on at our school.
Our April newsletter can be found here.
Peek a boo!
One never knows what they will see in Mud Lake, or better yet WHO will see you. This Eastern Screech Owl was checking out Mrs. Little's Gr. 1/2 class last Friday. Thank-you to www.onion.photo for the photograph.
GO Sens GO!!!!
Thank-you to everyone who make it out for our Arts Night! We had a tremendous outpouring of support and we were thrilled to see so many of our families there. Everyone was completely blown away by the students art work. We were also fortunate to have our school Trustee Theresa Kavanagh and MP Dennis Bevington who represents the North West Territories join us. He was very impressed with students work and our fundraising efforts for Northern Neighbours. Together we raised $287, an amazing amount. Thank-you to our students, teachers, and parent community! Again we live up to our motto "Small in Size Big in Heart".
Nature Canada Video Project
This fall the students of Regina Street Public School were asked to colour a variety of pictures. These were frames to put together and animated for a Nature Canada video. The following is the animated movie "Species at Risk in the Ottawa NatureHood". The video also features narration from three of our own students.
The Mud Lake Project
Mr. Cameron, Mr. Bradley, Mr. Perks, and Mrs. Bruce are part of an exciting learning project. You can learn more about it here.
Question of the Week
Our School Learning Plan is focusses on problem solving. This week we are looking at proportional reasoning.
"Remember to focus on the math when solving problems, not solution (right away)" - Marian Small
Once every two months Regina Street holds a Town Hall. This is an opportunity for the school to share what we are working on and for parents to ask questions.
Our next town is November 6th at 7pm in our library, hope to see you there. We will be discussing how to help your children with homework.
Thank-you to the parents who made it out for our November 7 Town Hall. For those of you who were unable to attend you can find the homework tips presentation here.
If you or friends/family are shopping at Pinecrest Chapters, any donations made to the Adopt-a-School program come to Regina Street P.S. to help us purchase new books. Thank-you for your support.
Mud Lake Symphony and Potluck
Thank-you to everyone who came out to our Potluck and Mud Lake Symphony. Was a great evening.
Mr. Cameron, Jesse Stewart, and Tristen were interviewed on CBC Radio One. Listen here.
We made a brief appearance on the 11pm CBC news. It can be found here at the 29 minute 30 second mark.
Please bring your child’s proof of age and address, health card and immunization record to register.
If English is not your first language, you are new to Canada, returning from abroad or from a French language school board, please call our Family Reception Centre at 613-239-2416 to make an appointment.
For more information please visit the OCDSB website.
See some of the learning that goes on in Mud Lake with Mr. Cameron's class.
Another great resource to learn more about Mud Lake can be found here.
Please check our calendar for upcoming events or follow us on Twitter.
OCDSB Volunteer Appreciation Reception & Community Recognition Awards
The evening of June 5th two valued members of the Regina Street community were honoured at the OCDSB's Volunteer and Community Recognition Awards.
Sheryl Brazeau, a dedicated volunteer who has been reading to our Kindergarten children for 10 years was awarded the Volunteer of the Year. Inta Zobs, who is no stranger to anyone in the Regina Street community was awarded the Community Award.
A well deserved congratulations to both Sheryl and Inta!
Regina Street P.S. duck walk
A duck has been nesting at the front our school this past month. Staff and students have been waiting patiently for the eggs to hatch. Today was the day and they are on the move! We are all hopeful they can make their way safely to Mud Lake so we can enjoy future generations of our little friends.
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How Many Nickels Make a Dollar?
The Importance of Proportional Reasoning in Your Child’s Math Development.
Proportional reasoning is an important mathematical way of thinking needed for much of the math that’s used in school and in everyday life.
Watch this video to learn about proportional reasoning, why it’s important and how parents can support its development in their children.
A copy of the schools supply list can be found here.
Twitter - follow us here. https://twitter.com/Regina_Street
Please check our calendar section for updates on events.
If you have any questions or ideas for our new website please let us know.
School Hours: 8:00am - 2:25pm
First Break: 10:00am - 10:40am
Second Break: 12:20am - 1:05pm
Phone Number: 613-829-8777
Attendance Line: 613-829-1921
Principal: Robert James
Office Administrator: Chouy Johnston
REKSAP - Centres for Early Learning provides before and after school care and learning to our students and children as young as 2 1/2. Visit www.reksap.org for more information.
Welcome to Regina Street's temporary website.