Regina Christian School Newsletter

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Mark Your Calendar!

April 9 (Today!) & 10

Parent Teacher Interviews 4-8pm

April 10

Open House 7pm

April 12

Kindergarten Carnival 10:30am

April 16

Mission Team leaves; H.S. Course Completion

April 17

No School K-12

April 18-25

Easter Break- No School K-12

April 26

Work Bee at RCS

April 28

School Resumes

May 1-4

High School Choir Tour

Huge Thanks... all of the Elementary SRC and their families for providing the baking goods for our bake sale this past Friday. We raised $461.69 in total (some small donations were also included in this amount). Thank you to everyone from RCS for supporting our bake sale for the Guatemala missions team so generously! It was a huge success!
Mrs. Schwartz and Mrs. Robertson all the families that donated school supplies, etc. for Vida Nueva. The High School Missions' Team will be leaving next week to deliver these items and share the love of Christ. Your contributions will make a difference in the lives of these children! Thank you.

Access TV Broadcast - Last Chance to Watch Today!

Regina Christian School will be featured on Access 7's 'Talk of the Town' on a segment entitled, High Schools with Hannah. Some of our students were also interviewed about our upcoming musical, "The Sound of Music". If you didn't catch it yet on Access 7, you have one more chance to watch today! The segment will air at 2PM and 5PM.

High School Missions' Team Leaves Next Wednesday!

Please be in prayer over the next three weeks for our High School Missions' Team which is leaving next Wednesday (16th) for Guatemala. Pray for safe travel on the way there and back and for many opportunities to share the gospel and the love of Christ with the people there.

A missions' trip sharing evening will be held on Thursday, May 15th at 7:00 pm in the RCS Gym. Everyone is welcome to attend!

April is Milk Month!

You may have received a flyer early this week about our school’s milk program and the benefits of drinking milk.

As many of you are aware the canteen has available 250 ml white and chocolate milk for $0.75 and 500 ml chocolate milk for $1.25. Just let us know if you would like a standing order and we will set your child up with fresh cold milk everyday for their lunch!

For the month of April every time your child purchases milk for lunch their name will entered in a draw for prizes! Names will be drawn at the end of each week.

Easter Break Work Bee

We are planning to have a Work Bee on Saturday, April 26th. If you are able to help please contact Nina, in the Development Office, at 306-775-0919, ext. 4. Jobs may include painting, cleaning, organizing, etc. High School students are also welcome to help!

AGM and RCS Barbeque - May 13th

This years' Annual General Meeting and Barbeque will be on Tuesday, May 13th. Supper will be served at 5:45 pm with the meeting to follow at 7:00 pm.

Regina Christian School Association members should have received a letter indicating that there are some proposed by-law changes for the coming year. If you have not received this notice and would like to view the proposed changes in preparation for the meeting, please click here.

RCS Garage Sale - Saturday, June 7th

We are having a Garage Sale fundraiser this year and we need your help! If you are looking to downsize, cleanout extra clutter or get rid of things you no longer need, we want them! Items can be dropped off Friday, June 6th in the Gym Foyer from 3:15 pm to 7:00 pm.

We are looking for lots of volunteers to help on Friday night and Saturday. A signup sheet will be sent home with your child(ren) this week, containing additional information as well.

Cubs Basketball Summer Program

Cubs is a club basketball program designed to help students learn the game of basketball and have lots of fun doing it. Our basketball coaches provide instruction and train our high school athletes to provide quality coaching. This year Cubs has expanded to include K to grade 10.

If you would like to register your student(s) for Cubs Basketball this summer, please view the details here.

Spirit Wear for Sale

If you are interested in purchasing any Spirit Wear, please return the attached order form and submit it along with payment to your child's teacher or the Reception Office no later than Wednesday, April 16th. Available items and prices are posted on our website or can be viewed here.

Open House - Tomorrow, Thursday, April 10

If you know of any Christian families that would be interested in sending their children to our school, please let them know that we are having an Open House on Thursday, April 10th beginning at 7:00 pm.

Kindergarten Carnival - Saturday, April 12th

Children entering kindergarten in the fall and their parents are invited to attend our annual Kindergarten Carnival on Saturday, April 12th beginning at 10:30 am. This event is for children already registered for Kindergarten and also those who might be considering Kindergarten for their child at RCS. Please contact the Development Office if you have any questions.

Can you Sew? We Need Your Help!

We are looking for help sewing costumes for this year's spring musical, The Sound of Music. If you are able to help please contact Mrs. Foster at or call the school at 306-775-0919.

Grandparent’s Tea - Important Note to Parents

The annual Grandparents/Grandfriends lunch is on May 9th in the gym.

We thank you for your understanding as we ask that parents do not attend the event as guests. This event is intended for Grandparents and Grandfriends only. Parents are welcome and encouraged to volunteer as it is a very well attended event and requires many volunteers in setting up, food preparation, etc.

We look forward to blessing and honouring the "Grands" in our children's lives. Thank you.

Mrs. Tyler - Grandparents Lunch Coordinator

April Canteen Menu

Click here for our April Canteen Menu!

Helping Kids Deal with Frustration and Anger

Friday, May 2 at 7:00 pm

Jenn Dean from Families Matter Most will be presenting a workshop entitled Helping Kids Deal with Frustration and Anger. Cost is $5 per person per session, includes muffin & coffee. Infants are welcome to come along but please make alternate child care arrangements for toddlers and preschoolers.

Contact the Reception Office to reserve a seat at 306-775-0919.

Sibling Squabbles

Thursday, April 10th

Seats still available for this workshop from 8:45 - 10:45!

RCS Conference Room

Jenn Dean from Families Matter Most will be presenting a workshop entitled Sibling Squabbles. Cost is $5 per person per session, includes muffin & coffee. Infants are welcome to come along but please make alternate child care arrangements for toddlers and preschoolers.

Contact the Reception Office to reserve a seat at 306-775-0919.

Marshmallow Madness!

A Weekly Devotional from 'Families Matter Most'

Marshmallow Madness, presented by Jenn Dean, is the easiest family devotional you’ll ever come across! We challenge you to spend 20 minutes a week being intentional about passing your faith on to your kids…and all you need is a bag of marshmallows.

Jenn Dean, of 'Families Matter Most', is a Licensed Presenter for the National Centre of Biblical Parenting. She speaks to all ages and stages of parenthood—from toddlers to teens. Her passion is to encourage family unity and provide Christian parenting solutions through coaching and seminars for whole families. Her and her husband Sean have three children that attend Regina Christian School. To find out more about Jenn and her passion for family, visit

Marshmallow Madness Devotional

This week: The Good Shepherd

“I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.” John 10:11

This weeks family devotion is easy and fun!

Look up John 10:11-15. You’ll need large marshmallows, small marshmallows (or nibble some big ones) and pretzel sticks for legs (if ya got ‘em). While making sheep together, ask your children the following questions:

What is a shepherd?

How does a good shepherd lay down his life for his sheep?

What would happen to a flock of sheep if there was no shepherd?

Are we like the sheep or the shepherd?

Do we have a good shepherd? Who is he? JESUS!

Send me a picture of your sheep before you eat them, please. And you might want to make a family of sheep- the salty pretzels and sweet marshmallows are delicious!

Finish off with a quick family prayer. God cares about every area of our lives; let’s encourage the children to pray about whatever is on their hearts. Add to your prayer journal weekly, and be sure to leave space to jot down a quick note when God answers the prayer. Your kids will grow stronger in their faith when they can look back and see what the Lord has done.

RCS Classifieds

Free Hearing Screenings for Elementary Students

May is Speech and Hearing Month. Free hearing screening is being offered during the month of May for elementary students at the following locations, no pre-registration necessary.

Saturday May 3


George Bothwell Branch

Southland Mall 306.777.6091

Wednesday May 7

5:30-8 pm

Glen Elm Branch

1601 Dewdney Avenue East


Saturday May 10


Sherwood Village Branch

6121 Rochdale Blvd.


Wednesday May 14

5:30-8:00 pm

Sunrise Branch


Alumni Student Looking for Room and Board

Jenna Ross, an alumni of RCS, is looking for a family who would be willing to offer her room and board. She starts school this coming September but would like to move to Regina in July. If you would like to help her out please send her an email at

Job Openings with Youth For Christ

Regina Youth For Christ (YFC) has a very diverse and growing range of
community ministries. We are currently serving youth through Youth Housing,
Community Programs and School Ministry in three communities Regina, Moose
Jaw and The Battlefords. We see the hope and potential in every young

Youth for Christ currently is seeking applicants to fill the following positions:

Team Lead, Moose Jaw, SK

Team Lead, Battleford, SK

Suya - A V.I.P Treat for your next party or event!

Suya is a popular west African grilled appetizer believed to have originated with the Hausa people from northern West Africa and Nigeria specifically. Grilled suya are African shish kebabs that consist of roasted meat coated with a spicy peanut rub.

It is made with your choice of meat and a peanut spice rub called tankora or peanut powder extract called Kuli-kuli. This speciality is normally served with tankora powder, sliced onions, tomatoes, cucumber and cabbage. Catering is available for small to large groups up to 1,000.

Call Sarah Banks to book or for a free sample! Cell: 306-581-2162, Home: 306-585-2331

Part-time Child Care Opportunity

I am looking for part- time childcare assistance for a 4 year old boy and 19 month old girl for 2 mornings per week, with the possibility of extending into the afternoon occasionally. I am starting part- time employment in a flexible work environment, so I can be flexible whether I go in on Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday mornings. My 4 year old is in the pre-school class on Tuesday/Thursday mornings, so he would require pick up if it is on Tuesday/Thursdays. I am flexible to either drop them off at your home in the area or have someone come into our home. I would prefer a Christian environment and someone that has experience and interest in working with children. If interested, please contact me and we can discuss rates and a potential schedule further at or by telephone at (306) 216-9382.

Kitchen Craft Cabinetry

Shannon Shaugnessy, Design Consultant

1434 Broad Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 1Y9

Tel: (306) 522-8949 Fax: (306) 522-8330

Toll Free: (877) 805-0038