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Tartans 'N Training

Tartans 'N Training 

Day 1 - Tuesday, March 8th

Day 2 - Tuesday, March 15th



For a full description of events and schedule click on the attachment below

the PINK dance -- CANCELED

Unfortunately, the SLC has had to cancel the PINK dance, which was scheduled for Thursday, February 11, 2016.

Ticket refunds will be available this Thursday at lunch in the main hallway.

Thank you so much for your understanding.

Open House & Registrations



Open House

for incoming Grade 9 students and parents will be held

on Thursday, March 3rd at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium


For registration visits to our feeder schools please check the 'Upcoming Events Calendar'.

Grade 10 - 12 registration forms will be distributed to all Campbell students on March 7, 2016.



School Community Council Meeting

Good evening!

Just a reminder, there will be a School Community Council Meeting tonight at 7:00 pm in the Meeting Room.

See you there!

CIT Draw

The draw and list of games in table format are available here as attachments. Please see the attached documents for details!

EDIT: Unfortunately, one team had to withdraw from the tournament. An updated schedule has been posted.

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.


Attendance Incentive

As final exams are fast approaching, we wanted to send out a reminder about the Attendance Incentive. In order for a student to qualify for the attendance incentive, they must meet all of the following requirements:

  • 7 or fewer absences in each individual class per semester
  • 3 or fewer lates in each individual class per semester
  • All assignments completed in a satisfactory manner (no zeros) with a maximum of three late assignments over the entire semester
  • Minimum of 50% in the selected course one week prior to the last day of classes
  • No unexcused absences
  • No suspensions

Your son/daughter’s subject area teacher will communicate whether or not they qualify for the incentive via PowerSchool. This information will be available in PowerSchool on Friday, January 15th. It is an expectation that all final exams be completed in a satisfactory manner. Students are expected to prepare for all exams.

The 2014-2015 Yearbooks


The 2014-2015 Yearbooks



The 2014-2015 Yearbooks have arrived and will be distributed during Homeroom class on Friday, December 18th.

Last year Graduates can pick up their Yearbook in the main office on December 21, 22 and 23rd or after the holidays.

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