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C4 Rebuilding and Schedule




Campbell Collegiate School Community Council is in a rebuilding year. The parents of the 2016/17 council have graduated with their sons/daughters. It is important that our school has an SCC. Our School community Council works together to review goals, discuss the data and discover new and exciting ways to contribute to the education of students. Education is a partnership involving parents, students, teachers, admin, and the community. Your involvement in the council gives you the opportunity to strengthen our partnership and be a part of a team working to ensure a high quality of education for the students at Campbell Collegiate.



AGM: Monday, October 30th @ 7:00 PM in the Staffroom (follow signage in the entrance)

SCC Meetings for the 2017/18 school year: January 22nd, March 26th, May 28th @ 7:00 PM


Terry Fox Walk

On September 22, 2017, the staff and students of Campbell Collegiate and Massey School took part in a Terry Fox Walk around Wascana Lake.

In the process, we raised $1100 for cancer research!!

Congratulations to all that took part.

Campbell Collegiate School Community Council : C4

The Campbell School Community Council welcomes staff, students and families back for another school year. We extend a warm welcome to families and staff who are new to our school. The Campbell Collegiate Community Council continues to promote mutual understanding between the school and the community. This council shares responsibility for the learning success and well being of all students. The C4 works on school planning and school improvements for the upcoming year. We have had many parents graduate with their son/daughter last year and the 2017/18 school year will be a re-building year for our C4.
Please mark your calendar, September 25th at 7:00 p.m.  
The AGM will take place on Monday, October 30th at 7:00 p.m

Grade 9 French Immersion


Grade 9 French Immersion


Dear French Immersion 9 student & parents,


Thank-you for attending our grade 9 French Immersion registration/fundraising meeting for Quebec 2018

It was a pleasure to meet many of you and we look forward to travel with your son and daughter this February 2018.

We are very excited to announce that registrations for our adventure to Quebec are in full swing. We expect to be a full travel group!


Online registration for our trip is quick and easy. Here is the registration link for our trip to Quebec:


We have also formed a fundraising group. Fundraising is an awesome opportunity to pay yourself back after you have finished your payment(s) for the trip.

If you are unable to attend the meeting and you are interested in fundraising, please contact Mme Gates.


*If you are not wishing to fundraise and want to pay for the tour you may register today. Again it is encouraged to register quickly as our group will fill up.


Thank-you so much for letting your son/daughter participate in our French Immersion cultural tour. It is always a pleasure to have students experience the world of travel.



Krista Gates, Justin Pelletier & Luke Braun

Timetables 2017-2018

Students who will be in grades 10-12 in 2017-2018 have received their preliminary timetables. Students have submitted proposed changes to the office. These changes are being made and will continue to be made over the summer. Grade 10-12 students will be able to view their updated timetables on PowerSchool in August. Students wishing to make additional changes may call the school (306) 523-3250 in August to book an appointment with a Vice-Principal.

Grade 9 students for 2017-2018 will be receiving their timetable along with the first day of school and welcome week information in the mail in August.

New registrations may book appointments with the Vice-Principal in August. Please ensure that you bring with you proof of address, proof of citizenship or immigration status if required, official transcript for out of province students and a recent report card for Saskatchewan students. Students coming from out of country must book an appointment at the Newcomer Welcome Centre (306) 352-5775.

The first day of school for students is Tuesday, September 5. Grade 9 students will arrive at 8:30 and grade 10-12 students will arrive at 10:30.

Have a wonderful summer!

Registration 2017-2018

Registration 2017-2018


1) Attendance boundaries for 2017-2018 are based on address and not elementary school. The boundaries can be verified by typing the address in here:

2) Any students residing outside of the Campbell attendance area are required to submit an enrolment exemption form: before March 30 even if they have a sibling who will be attending Campbell next year. This form must be e-mailed to:  Regina Public Schools will advise families of the acceptance or denial of the exemption by April 30, 2017.

3) Students/parents should complete the application form legibly with the most accurate, up to date information. Address must be the student's primary residence where they live with their parent or legal guardian. If an enrolment exemption has been submitted to Regina Public Schools, please indicate that on the top right corner of the registration form.


  • Grade 9 Registration forms will be available on our website and at each of our family of neighbourhood elementary schools; Grant Road, Marion McVeetey, Dr. A.E. Perry, W.S. Hawrylak, Massey, Jack MacKenzie, Wilferd Hunt, Wilfrid Walker and Connaught (French Immersion only) beginning the week of March 20.
  • All grade 9 registration forms for family of neighbourhood schools; Grant Road, Marion McVeetey, Dr. A.E. Perry, W.S. Hawrylak, Massey, Jack MacKenzie, Wilferd Hunt, Wilfrid Walker and Connaught (French Immersion only) must be turned into the elementary school office by Monday, April 10, 2017
  • All other grade 9 registration forms can be submitted to the Campbell office by Monday, April 10, 2017. Proof of address will be requested.

GRADE 10-12:

  • Grade 10-12 Registration forms will be available in CAP at Campbell and on the Campbell website Monday, March 20, 2017.
  • All grade 10-12 registration forms must be turned into the Campbell office by Monday, April 10, 2017.

Parent Portal Attendance

Parents, please be advised that the Parent Portal program was initially set up to show student attendance for each quarter, from September to November mid-term; and then November to January.  As a result of this initial software setting,  Parent Portal may not have shown student absences for the entire semester.


We have changed the software to now show attendance for the entire semester in order to avoid any potential confusion. The final assessment incentive will continue to be applied based on the attendance for the entire semester.


As always, parents are asked to correct any errors in attendance within five days of their appearance on Parent Portal. We apologize for any misunderstanding this may have caused you and we hope to continue to work with you to ensure all students have great attendance records.


For more information about our high schools and the High School Attendance Strategy, please visit:

Regina Public Schools Administrative Procedure 111

At this time, we just want to send a clarification to all staff and students that Regina Public Schools Administrative Procedure 111 applies to e-cigarettes and vapour cigarettes in addition to traditional tobacco products.


The Administrative Procedure is attached here as a PDF.


Smoking -- including tobacco products, e-cigarettes, or vapour cigarettes -- on school property and during school activities is prohibited.


Campbell QSA on Gender-Neutral Washrooms

Recently the Campbell Queer-Straight Alliance was asked to comment on the decision to include gender-neutral washrooms in the new Regina Public Schools set to open in September 2017.

Well done on the interview!

The full story is available on Global News.

Updated Attendance Strategy

The High School Attendance Strategy and Intervention Plan has been updated for the 2016/17 School Year. The document is available in the left hand "School" navigation menu.

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