Dear Parents, Students and visitors of the Sr. Regina website,
A hearty welcome to the Sister Regina Primary School!
Our theme this year is “We are called to share with others”
We hope this school year will be a fruitful one for all concerned.
We, the educators of the Sr. Regina Primary School, a Roman Catholic school, are committed to the formation of young people in their spiritual, intellectual, physical and social-emotional lives in partnership with home, parish, and our multicultural community.
We are committed to be child-centered in a holistic approach by striving to motivate each child to achieve according to his/her ability and by nurturing a loving and privileged environment, where learning will be an enjoyable, meaningful and challenging experience.
We are committed to educate our students to become respectable, responsible, independent, and loving students, and future citizens, who stand for peace and justice and who are not afraid to dare unconditionally to help others when needed, in order to help build up our island and country.
Our goal is to teach and learn proactive behaviors that promote optimal social and academic outcomes for everyone!
We do hope your child feels at home at the Sister Regina Primary School!
Larissa da Silva in group 4/5, lost her prescription glasses. We kindly ask you to ask your child if they have seen the glasses. The glasses might look like normal sun glasses, because they have transition lenses. For Larissa and her parents it is very important that the glasses are returned to her as soon as possible. In order for her to read, she needs them in the class room! The glasses have stars on the side and the color is gray. The glasses were purchased for $700, so please ask your child if they know anything about the lost glasses.
Recently we have discovered the presence of head-lice at one or more of our students. After consultiing with the authorities a head-lice protocol has been drawn up. This protocol has been sent to all parents of students attending the Sister Regina Primary School. It will be included in the 2017-2018 school's handbook, but will for now be an addendum to the 2016-2016 school's handbook. It is available by clicking the attachment.