Dear Sr. Regina Families,
I am excited and honored to welcome each and every one of you to the beginning of a new school year at the Sr. Regina Primary School. I recognize the start of the school year can signal feelings of both excitement and trepidation, and I thank you for entrusting your children to our staff.
This school year will be a year of setting and reaching attainable goals, working harder and smarter and taking our school and student achievement to the next level. At Sr. Regina we are dedicated to a student-centered program that promotes academic excellence through an enriched, rigorous inter-disciplinary curriculum. As a staff, we are here to support all of our students, by any means necessary, to ensure they reach their fullest academic potential. We look forward to working with you, our parents and the members of the community to provide a high-quality education that the students all deserve.
This year, you can look forward to encountering a highly intensive and challenging academic program that will push students to work beyond their limits. However, I am confident that all students have the capacity and ability to meet our and their expectations. Our goal is to ensure that all students become critical thinkers, active problem-solvers, inquisitive readers, diligent researchers and prolific writers. We do all of this to prepare them for the demands of the real-world so they may become productive citizens, become our future leaders, and contribute and/or give back something positive to the community.
Those who know me know that I truly have an open door policy, and I welcome your questions, concerns, and input at any time.
At thursday September 3th we have our general information evening for the start of the schoolyear.
We will start together in the gym, after that you can go to your childs classroom to get more information about you childs schoolyear.
We hope to see you at the 3th of September 6.30pm-8pm.
For the Staff , the Parents and Students of the Sr. Regina Primary School.
A farewell note from Agnes Brookson reflecting on 44 years as a teacher.