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Campbell School Community Council AGM

Save the Date:  Very Important Meeting
Campbell School Community Council AGM
Monday, May 30
7:00 pm
Campbell Staffroom
Please join us to discuss the 2015/16 school year.
Positions available for 2016/17 SCC.
SCC needs your support to  working collaboratively for the students and staff at Campbell!



 The Grad 2016 Updated Information Booklet is now available!



Grad Prom Dresses and Suits


Congratulation to all of our 2016 Graduates!  Are you getting ready for your Grad Prom? It is a happy moment for all of you as it is for your parents and your teachers. However, as it is a happy time it could also be a costly time for some of you. If that is you, we invite you to have a peek in our Campbell Grad Closet. We want you to enjoy and celebrate this special occasion with friends.  We have a variety of lightly used grad dresses and some suits waiting for someone special to wear to the Prom. If you are interested, talk with Mrs. Bates in the Guidance office or Mrs. Bachynski in the Library.  

Don’t be shy as it is a very discreet service.  

Welcome to Our New McTavish!

Thanks to the incredible generosity of our Campbell Alumni, we now have a fantastic new McTavish mascot for our school. In addition to an on-going scholarship each year, this same group supplied us with our first McTavish in 2003 through funds raised at Campbell Collegiate’s 25th Year Reunion. Our original McTavish has been a well-loved star at so many sporting events and other school activities for the past 13 years. Alumni Barb Church and Sandra LaClaire (both class of ’71), knew that it might be time for a new replacement for our original McTavish. Carefully designed by a group of dedicated S.L.C. students, the new McTavish took shape over a number of months and was ultimately created in Toronto by Loonie Times. We recently gave wonderful old McTavish a sentimental, dignified send-off in front of all our students and, at the same time, introduced the spectacular new McTavish to the school. He will be with us now for many years to come and will show everyone our proud Tartan spirit. Thank you Campbell Alumni! Your generosity means so much to every one of us at Campbell.

What follows is a letter to the students of Campbell written by Barb Church and Sandra LaClaire on behalf of all Campbell Alumni:


Thoughts for the Students of Campbell Collegiate from Barb Church and Sandra LaClaire (Class of ‘71)

You see before you two women. A little older and believe me much wiser. We were you! We see you – early in your journey of life – just like we were. School is hard and so is growing up. We remember.
McTavish is a gift from the thousands of Campbell students who have come before you.
Remember to laugh and to stay balanced.
Remember to be kind.


Our New McTavish!

Our New McTavish!

Our New McTavish!

Courses Not Offered in 2015-2016 School Year

Despite being on the 2015-2016 registration forms, the following courses are no longer being offered due to extremely low enrollment:


Drama 9
Dance 20
Dance 30
Biology 30 IB standard level (high level is still being offered)
Chemistry 30 IB high level (standard level is still being offered)
Female only Phys. Ed. 20 (co-ed is still being offered)
Female only Phys. Ed. 30 (co-ed is still being offered)
Music Instrumental 30
Native Studies 10
Creative Writing 20

** Previously we had reported that the Year-long Foundations of Math 20 course had been canceled -- this is no longer the case!

Order My Gear from Skyline Athletics


Campbell Clothing is on sale now!


Now through April 15th, 2016, you can order your very own Campbell gear, thanks to Skyline Athletics.




To order, visit Skyline Athletics now!


Course Catalog 2016/2017 Now Available

The course catalog has been updated for all of next year's classes. It is available in the Document Library, or by following this direct link.

Registration for 2016/2017 School Year

Grade 9 registration forms will be provided to all grade 8 students from our family of neighbourhood elementary schools. They must be returned to the elementary school by March 23. Any grade 8 student who does not attend our family of neighbourhood schools or who does not reside in the Campbell attendance area is required to submit a student enrollment exemption form to the Regina Public School Division office as soon as possible. This includes students with a sibling who attends Campbell Collegiate. Students with attendance exemptions should print a registration form from the Campbell website and submit it to Campbell office by March 23.

Current Campbell students will receive their registration forms in CAP on Tuesday, March 8. All completed registration forms must be handed into CAP teachers by March 23. IB students will receive their registration forms from Mr. Ransom, IB Coordinator.

Any grade 10-12 students coming to Campbell Collegiate from another school division, city or province must make an appointment at the High School Registration Centre.



Grade 9

Grade 10-12

Grade 10-12 (French Immersion)

Grade 11-12 (IB)

Visitor Sign-In Pilot Program

Regina Public Schools is continuing its efforts to provide a safe environment for all. We are conducting a pilot of a “sign in” process for visitors to Campbell Collegiate.

Visitors to our school will be required to sign in at the office and wear a visitor’s ID badge, similar to what is implemented at many government buildings. This is intended for all visitors who will be outside of the General Office during the instructional school day. Visitors will be required to sign out and return the ID badge when leaving the building.

For more information, please read the attached letter from our principal about this new policy.

2016 CEMC Workshop in Computer Science for Young Women


One of the initiatives of the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing is to encourage more female students to consider computer science, in the hopes of increasing their representation in this field.

A fantastic opportunity for female Grade 9 and 10 students is the 2016 CEMC Workshop in Computer Science for Young Women. This week-long event includes introductory programming, lectures, labs and hands-on activities that are complemented by social activities. Past participants raved about the great time they had and how the workshop changed their perceptions about computer science and computer scientists. Those selected to attend pay a $150 registration fee, which covers the cost of travel and accommodation in residence.

In 2016 the workshop will be held at the University of Waterloo from Saturday, May 14 to Saturday, May 21.

They are looking for participants with an aptitude in mathematics but with little or no previous exposure to computer science. Participants should not have attended any similar workshop.

If you are a female student in grade 9 or 10 with an aptitude in mathematics but little or no previous exposure to computer science, please see Mr. Brandt in Room 146 right away. The application deadline is February 25, 2016. Those selected to attend will be notified around March 24.


Grad 2016 Information Booklet


The Graduation 2016 Information Booklet is available under the Students category.

More information regarding the Senior Prom to follow.


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