Regina Christian School Newsletter

Tuesday, September 24, 2014

Mark Your Calendar!

September 24

Prayer at the Pole (High School) 7:30am

September 25

Guatemala Mission Applications Due

October 3

Primary Fun Night 7:00pm

October 13

Thanksgiving - No School

October 14

School Photo Retakes

October 16

Grade 12 Grad Meeting for Parents 7pm

October 17-18

OMNI Youth Conference at RCS

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Prayer at the Pole

High school students and staff are invited to meet at the flagpole in the front of the school on Wednesday, September 24th beginning at 7:30 am. Students who attend the prayer time are invited to a free breakfast in the school canteen during first period. Contact Mrs. Martens for more information at

OMNI Youth Conference - October 17-18

OMNI Youth Togethering is a Christian Conference open to Youth in grade 6 through to grade 12. There will be great speakers, workshops and concerts! Admission is only $25 for the weekend and includes meals. Go to to register and get more information.

Hot Dog Fundraiser/No Canteen Day

There will be no regular canteen on Thursday, October 2, but the parent volunteer committee would like to offer lunch for those wishing to order. Preorders are required for elementary students and all orders much be cash only. Proceeds from these sales will be used for the 2015 Guatemala Missions Trip. Please submit orders with payment to your homeroom teacher or reception by Wednesday, October 1st at 3:25pm.

Important Calendar Change

Some calendars that you may have received early on in the year indicated that there is no classes October 1st. Please note that this is NOT the case and classes will run as usual.

Volunteers Needed

On Thursday and Friday, October 23rd and 24th RCS will be hosting the annual Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Conference. We are looking for donations of baking including cookies, muffins, coffee cake and scones and well as volunteers to assist with food service during coffee breaks and lunch hour. If you are able to provide baking or help, please contact Julie McLaren at Thanks.

Driver's Education Class

We hope to have enough interest to run a Driver's Ed Class this fall. Students must be at least 14 years and 9 months old by December 31st to take the class. Please contact Mrs. Lapierre at (306) 775-0919 or at the school to confirm your interest. Dates and times will be communicated at a later date.

Student in Lakeridge Looking for Ride

We are new to RCS this year and looking for a family living in the Lakeridge area who could provide a fairly regular drive home from school for my grade 8 daughter, beginning October 1st. Please call Jennifer at 306-502-3391 if you can help. Thank you!

Interested in Volunteering at RCS?

A Police Information Check (PIC) is required for all volunteers and must be submitted to the main office staff prior to volunteering.

In order to obtain PIC the following procedure should be followed:

  1. Obtain a letter that must be taken to the City Police Station indicating your plans to volunteer in the school. The letter will be provided for you by the Main Office staff and must be signed by the principal of the school. The letter must contain your legal name and birthdate. By providing this letter you will not be asked to pay for your record check.

  2. Take the letter to the Police Station and complete the application for your Police Information Check.

  3. Upon successful completion of your PIC bring the document to the RCS Main Office.

  4. Your PIC remains active during the school year. As long as you volunteer each year you will not need to provide another PIC. If you do not volunteer at the school for one year a new PIC is required.

  5. There is no guarantee that a PIC will be processed while you wait. At times additional steps need to be taken prior to the Police issuing a successful PIC. Plan ahead to ensure your PIC is completed prior to volunteer commitments.

Canteen Menus

Camera Hardware Found!

Found: Electrical hardware to go with HP digital camera. Contact Mr. Friesen if this belongs to you.

Marshmallow Madness: A Devotional from Families Matter Most

This week: Family Time Training

“… If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation” 2 Corinthians 5:17

This week I am going to showcase another wonderful family ministry. In addition to being licensed as a presenter with the National Center for Biblical Parenting, I had the privilege of meeting the founder and president of Family Time Training, Kirk Weaver, when I was in Houston for training. I appreciated his genuine heart to teach biblical truths using family fun. As you’ll see, these activities are meant to be super exciting -the neighbourhood kids will be inviting themselves over! Head on over to his website at where you’ll find a free monthly activity (and more free ones in the archives) as well as details to subscribe to unlimited activities that you can choose based on the ages of your kids or the values you want to teach. Brilliant!

Here is a portion of this months free activity:
Teaching Goal: God created the “family” as a vehicle to get His children safely
to the home in heaven He has prepared for them.

Materials: A shoe box
1 raw egg
1 zip lock bag
Shiny piece of fruit

Read Deuteronomy 6:7. One of the most important reasons God created families was so
that parents would teach their children about His laws—the Bible is filled with God’s law.
God’s laws are designed to get us to heaven safely so we can live with God for all eternity.

Family Time is one way we, the parents, try to teach you God’s laws for living. Can you
think of other ways our family learns about God’s important life lessons? Listen to answers. Going to church. Children’s and/or youth programs. Christian radio. School. Grandparents. Other Christians. The Bible. Prayer.

ACTIVITY: This shoe box represents our family. This raw egg represents a member in
our family. Pick a family member who has a personal relationship with Jesus. Write the name of that family member on the egg. Write the name “Jesus” on a zip lock bag, put the egg in the bag and seal it tightly. The zip lock bag represents Jesus. {Name} is a Christian so they are in Christ. We are going to use strips of newspaper to protect the egg from breaking during the crisis. Tear the newspaper into strips. We are going to write on some of the paper strips ways that our family learns about God.
Pack the box full of newspaper strips. Remember, these strips of newspaper represent having God’s lessons in our lives. Let’s see what happens in a crisis when we know and follow God’s lessons. Drop the box- if packed securely the egg should not break.
Open up the box and point out that the person is in Christ. Point out that the lessons kept the person from breaking. Remember, the box represents our family. The most important thing is that each of us is in Christ represented by the zip lock bag. That means we believe and follow Jesus. Next, as a family, we need to be reading our Bible, listening to our parents, doing Family Time and participating in church so we can be safer and more protected when hard times come.

Memorize: Family is God’s way, To safely guide our day.

RCS Classifieds

2008 Kia Rio for Sale $6,900

Purchased new in November 2008 from Bellamy Kia

Original owner, white, 4 door, 86,000KM, AM/FM Stereo, Air Conditioning, Anti-Theft, CD Player, MP3 CD Player, Keyless Entry, Power Steering, Power Windows, Rear Defroster, Tilt Steering, Bucket Seats, Passenger Airbag, Cloth Interior, Front Wheel Drive, Remote Trip Computer, Power Door Locks, Privacy Windows, Heated Seats (Driver and Passenger), New Battery, New All Season Tires, New Serpentine Belt$35-40 for a full of tank – fuel efficiency.
Will give you a full set of winter tires (Michelin – only two years driven) with rims – $600 value.

Contact: Mr.Yoo 306-450-1212

Daycare needed

We are in need of a south end fulltime spot for our son who is 4. If you or someone you know might be able to take him in, please call/text Shana at 306-540-4350.

Avonhurst Pentecostal Assembly

50th Anniversary Celebration

We would like to invite you to our 50th Anniversary Celebration

October 24-26, 2014

Let’s praise God for His faithfulness through the years past and years to come.

Friday – 7:00pm: Registration and fellowship

Saturday – 10:00am: Brunch, tickets are $15.00

Saturday – 5:30pm: Banquet at the church, tickets are $20.00

Special Speaker: Marvin Dynna, first pastor of Avonhurst

Music by the Dynna Brothers

Church slide show by Elroy Taylor

*This event is for adults only as our space is very limited

Sunday – 10:30am: Worship Service

Special Speaker: Pastor Brad Thomas, newest pastor of Avonhurst

Special Music by the Dynna Brothers, Marlene Taylor and Avonhurst Spanish Church

Please RSVP no later than October 19th using the enclosed reply to

or Email: or Phone: 306.543.8333

We have rooms saved until September 24, 2014 at the Sandman Inn

1800 Victoria Ave E Regina, SK


Special Rate: $99.00/night

Please pass this information along to any friends you are in contact with who would like to join us.

Do You Require Childcare for PD days?

The following churches offer day camps throughout the school year. You can find more detailed information on their websites by clicking the links below:

Faith Baptist Church

Regina Apostolic Church

MEND – Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, and Do it!

MEND in Saskatchewan empowers children and families to become fitter and healthier. This free, 10-week, family-based program is fun, interactive, and supports children 2 to 4, 5 to 7, and 7 to 13 years of age and their families to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

Regardless of age, children and their families who register for MEND participate and attend MEND sessions together. For children ages 7 to 13 years of age, the MEND runs two times per week; for children ages 5 to 7 years of age, one time per week; and for children ages 2 to 4 years of age, one time per week. Note that participation in MEND is open to all children regardless of children’s body weight.

Additional specifics regarding MEND in Saskatchewan along with a registration form can be found on their website at: .