Connaught School Building Information

Welcome to École Connaught Community School

Students start school on Tuesday, September 2 at 8:53 at  4210 4th Avenue.

If you are getting Regina Public Schools transportation to the school, you will have received your bussing notice from the division office.  If you didn’t, or if you have any questions, please contact Regina Public Schools at 306-523-3000.

On Thursday, August 28, 4:00 - 5:30 pm  students and parents are invited to Unpack Your Backpack.  You will be able to see your classroom, meet your teacher, leave your supplies and settle in.  

Our supply list is located on the Regina Public Schools website.  Here’s is the quick link:

Thank you to everyone who participated in helping to make this a smooth transition.

We look forward to seeing students and parents on August 28th and then on the first day of school, after the long weekend, on Tuesday, September 2.
Chris Keyes, Principal
Kamille Lech, Vice-Principal

Important Information for School Families

Following the Board meeting of June 18, the Board of Education passed a motion relating to the site location for the new École Connaught Community School. Please read the details here.


On May 30, 2014, Director of Education, Julie McRae provided this update on the status of the new École Connaught Community School to the school's families.


On April 4, 2014, Director of Education, Julie MacRae shared this letter about timelines for the planning and building of the new École Connaught Community School with families. 

More details, specifically relating to transition planning will be shared with parents, guardians and the school community shortly.



On March 25, 2014, the Board of Education determined that École Connaught Community School’s existing programs and services will be temporarily relocated to the existing Wascana Community School located at 4210 4th Avenue.  Please read details in the Letter from the Director of Education 

More details, specifically relating to transition planning will be shared with parents, guardians and the school community shortly. 



March 19, 2014:  Provincial budget contained news relating to École Connaught Community School. Regina Public Schools now has the approval and financial backing from the Ministry of Education to plan the rebuilding of a new École Connaught Community School.  

Letter to parents and guardians from Julie MacRea, Director of Education. Letter from Director of Education  

You can read the news release from the Government of Saskatchewan here:


On February 25, 2014, Regina Public Schools held a special information meeting for parents and Guardians of École Connaught Community School students. That meeting was to discuss developments relating to the condition of the school building and potential options that are being considered by the Administration and, following feedback from parents and guardians, will be presented to the Board of Education. All information relating to that meeting and all subsequent information will be available here. Please visit this page often. You may also be interested in reading more about the engineering report that is referenced in the documents. Please follow this link for more details.


Question & Answer Document

Power Point Presentation





A Little History

Our beautiful brick school was built in 1912. It was named after Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, and Governor General of Canada at the time. We are located in the heart of the Cathedral neighbourhood, at the corner of Elphinstone & 13th Ave. Come visit us!

Unpack Your Backpack

See Your New Classroom!

Meet Your Teacher!

Come One! Come All!

Thursday, August 28

4:00 - 5:30



Bienvenue! Welcome to Connaught!

Upcoming School Community Council Meeting

August 26, 2014 at 7 pm at Connaught on 4th.

Want to get involved?  How about joining the School Community Council?  The council meets monthly to help the school deliver high quality learning. The council does this through advising the professional staff, organizing events and a wide variety of other activities.  Find more here.

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