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Before and After School Program



Our Purpose:  The purpose of the Before/After School Program is to provide affordable, quality care, activities and supervision for children attending Douglas Park School. The Program will be available from 7:30 a.m. to 8:37 a.m. and from 3:37 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily on regular school days.

The program is offered to children in Grade 1 through Grade 6.

Our Location:  The program operates at Douglas Park School, in the Community Room.

Our Schedule:  Children can be dropped off no earlier than 7:30 a.m. and picked up no later than 5:30 p.m. (There is a $10.00 charge for late pick-ups).

The Program is not provided on Professional Development days, Staff Meeting days, Three-Way Conference days and school holidays. On ‘early dismissal’ days, which occur on the last day of school before Christmas break and the last day of school in June, only the morning program will be provided, as the students are dismissed at 2:30 p.m.

Our Activities:  Our activities include board games, puzzles, coloring, LEGO, games in the gym, crafts, movie day and outside play. If desired, children may bring their own snack for the morning. An afternoon snack is provided by the program every day, consisting of fruit or vegetables, cookies or crackers or popcorn. There is no additional charge for afternoon snack or craft materials.

Our Expectations:  Children in the program are responsible for bringing their own belongings and shoes from their lockers/classrooms to the program at the end of the day. The program has no access to the rest of the school after the final bell rings.

Children will be expected to treat supervisors and fellow students with respect and kindness. Children are expected to sit quietly during attendance and snack time. During our activities children can use ‘inside’ voices.

Parents will be notified if behavior becomes an issue, otherwise situations will be handled internally. If inappropriate behavior persists, we may contact parents to have the child take a 3 day ‘time out’ from the program. Continued inappropriate behavior will result in a 1 week ‘time out’, followed by DISMISSAL from the program. If a child‘s behavior puts other children at risk he/she will be removed immediately. In addition, abuse of any kind from children or parent/guardians will not be tolerated. Anything of an abusive nature will be referred to the Boot Hill Community Association Board and decisive action will be taken.

Our Payment Schedule:  Parents are required to provide post-dated cheques for the 10 months of the program ($190.00 for the first child and $140.00 for each additional sibling, up to a total of three children). Program fees are set by the Boot Hill Community Association board and may be subject to changes. Receipts are issued once a year, in February, for Income Tax purposes. Please note that the Bank charges the Community Association a $20.00 bank fee for every returned cheque. It is the responsibility of the person who issues the cheque to provide this additional fee.


NOTE: We are a NUT FREE ENVIRONMENT and have children with severe allergies.

For further information, please contact the Boot Hill Community Association at or log in to Facebook and post a private message under the Boot Hill Community Association page.

Kindergarten Registrations for Fall 2017

Children who will be 5 years of age by December 31st, 2017 and live in the Douglas Park School boundaries (please see the RBE website for boundary changes and eligibility for transportation : are eligible to attend Kindergarten in September 2017. Registrations will start in February 2017. Please call the School board office at 306-523-3000 or stop by to get a registration package. The Kindergarten informational evening will take place on May 31st at 6:00 PM in the gym for new kindergarten students and their parents.  Kindergarten will be full days next year with alternating days. The yearly schedules will be provided to families for dates of Kindergarten attendance. 


School Hours

8:38 AM -  supervision is provided (students will be outdoors weather permitting)

8:53 AM - Morning classes begin

10:30 AM - Morning recess - supervised (students will be outdoors weather permitting)

11:45 AM to 12:30 PM - Lunch hour - supervised if students stay at the school for lunch

12:30 PM - Lunch recess - supervised (students will be outdoors weather permitting)

12:45 PM - Afternoon classes begin

2:15 PM - Afternoon recess - supervised (students will be outdoors weather permitting)

3:37 PM - Dismissal for the day

Student Registration

If you wish to register your child, please visit this Regina Public Schools link:

Print and fill out the appropriate forms.  Then take the forms to the area elementary school OR deliver it to the Regina Public Schools Division Office at 1600 - 4th Avenue.

School Community Council (SCC)

Thank you to the many parents who  have joined the Douglas Park School Community Council (SCC). Our meetings will be on March 8th, April 5th and May3rd at 6:30 PM. AGM will be held on May 24th. We hope to see you there!

School Calendars

Please follow the Calendars link to Regina Public Schools webpage for more information on the current and upcoming school year's calendar.


Transportation of Students in Cold Weather

Cold Weather Transportation Procedures

If the wind chill is –45C or higher at 7:00 a.m., all student transportation will be cancelled.

If the wind chill is –40C or higher at 7:00 a.m., transportation for students requiring vehicles equipped with lifts (for students in wheelchairs) will be cancelled.

All schools will remain open, unless otherwise notified.

In the event of any cold weather/wind chill cancellations, parents will be notified by school connects telephone or text notification system.

In the event of a transportation system-wide transportation cancellation or school closure due to weather, all local Regina TV, newspaper and radio outlets will broadcast this information both on the web and on the air.

Information will also be tweeted by @RegPublicSchool, and announced at in the Important Announcement section.

SchoolConnects Messages

Douglas Park School is pleased to announce that we are now able to send announcements via SMS text messaging to your mobile phones. If you would like to receive these announcements as text messages, please do the following:

  1. Ensure your school has your cell phone number on file.  If the school did not have your cell phone number on file and added it recently, wait at least 24 hours before proceeding to the next step.
  2. From your cell phone, text the word “Join” to the number 56360.  If our messaging system finds a match for your number in its database, you receive a confirmation message thanking you for joining school alerts.  At any time, you can unsubscribe by texting “Stop” to 56360.
  3. Create a contact on your phone with the name of your school or school district (if you have children in multiple schools in the district), or another meaningful name, and the phone number 56360. Then when you receive a text from this number, you know who is sending it.

The purposes of SchoolConnects use are for:

  1. Emergency Notification
  2. School day disruptions (program or service cancellations/changes, early closures, other operational problems)
  3. Future school day or event disruptions/cancellations (no school, early release, etc.)

Thank you.


Pearson Saskatchewan Portal

Pearson Saskatchewan Portal

Regina Public Schools would like to announce the continued purchase of e-text resources available through Pearson Saskatchewan Portal as a support for Grades 4-9 students. E-Text resources are easy-to-use and can be accessed anytime and anywhere internet is available whether using a personal computer (MAC or PC) or other device providing the appropriate Pearson e-Text app has been downloaded (iPad and Android). E-Text resources available for Grades 4-9 students include:

- Literacy in Action Grades 7-8 and Live Ink Grade 9

- Mathématiques WNCP/Math Makes Sense Grades 4-9

- Pearson Science Grades 4-9

- Saskatchewan Social Studies Grades 4 -7 and Pathways Grade 9

To support accessing Pearson Saskatchewan Portal resources, each student in Grades 4-9 is provided with a username and password and receives instruction regarding where and how to login and access e-text resources available. In support of learning at home, parents/guardians of students in Grades 4-9 are asked to record student username and password at home to enable home access.

School Cash Online - payments for school events, fees and so forth

Online payment now available!

Save time and eliminate the need for students to carry cash or cheques to school.

Regina Public Schools now offers School Cash Online.

Read more details about how to register here, or click the School Cash Online icon on this website.

Please see the attached PDF with more information.


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