SAC Pajama Day

Stay Nice & Cozy on this Cold Winter Day!

Wear Your Pajamas to School.

December 17

Winter Carnival

Come Visit Our Winter Wonderland!

December 16

5:30 - 7:30

cookie decorating * crafts * caroling * colouring * hot chocolate * more

SCC Carols & Cookies

Come One! Come All!

to the 

SCC Carols & Cookies Festival

at the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre

December 11

7:00 - 8:00

School Rebuild

Project Update: Connaught

Follow the progress on our new build!

Visit this link for the latest!

Santa Shop Donations

 We are now accepting donations for Santa Shop.

  New toiletries & New or Gently Used household items,

holiday items, games, puzzles, DVDs, gift bags & gift wrap

may be dropped off at the office.

 No books or clothes, please.


Santa Shop Dates & Times: (note change in dates)

 December 11 & 14

 10:30 - 11:30; 1:00 - 2:00; 2:30 – 3:00



3-Way Conferences

3-Way Conferences


Friday, November 27

Students, Teachers & Parents will meet by appointment.

No school for students.

We Want Your Feedback

Regina Public Schools currently offers universal free lunch room supervision for all Grades 1 to 8 students. As you are likely aware, the division faced a significant budget challenge for the 2015-16 school year. The division also expects budget pressures to continue over the next few years. 

 Free lunch room supervision was implemented in September 2008. Since then, costs for providing lunch rooms supervision has over doubled, from $630,000 in 2008-09 to $1,300,000 in 2014-15. (Student enrolment has grown by about 15% in the same time period.)

The division is interested in finding ways to reduce the costs of providing lunch room supervision. The division is focused on reducing this and other budget lines in order to maintain staffing levels in our schools. Please provide feedback online at the following web address:



 Bienvenue! Welcome to Connaught!

Upcoming School Community Council Meeting

December 8 at 7pm at the school.

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.

Help!  Au secours!

Reading Buddies Needed! 
Please email us if you would like to volunteer.


Work hard, be nice.

Travaille forte, sois gentil.

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