Electronic Report Card - Windows Version

Please Note!

The updated windows version of the Electronic Report Card [eRP_2011] is available for download form the following site:


Outcomes and Indicators Posters

LITERACY [Language Arts]: [link to language Arts site]

Posters for Grade K-8 and 9-12 Essential Outcomes: these posters present our essential outcomes and big ideas for Language Arts. Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9-12, K-8 Overview [11X17]

MATHEMATICS[link to Mathematics site]

Posters for Grade 1-8  Essential Outcomes and Big Ideas: these posters were developed with "student friendly" language of our essential outcomes and big ideas for mathematics. These posters will arrive in schools soon and are currently being translated into French.  Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8


Download a zip file of all posters [must be unzipped once downloaded]




The Instruction and School Services Department is responsible for the promotion of learning outcomes through the implementation of the provincial core curriculum. Instruction and School Services is also responsible for the school system administration, including staffing, the supervision of instruction, program delivery, school organization, and special education. It is also responsible for planning, developing, implementing and evaluating programs, student evaluation, instructional resources, staff development, program consultant services, library services, material loans and purchases, and audio visual services.




Regina Public Schools Learning Agenda

The key components of the Regina Public Schools learning agenda include an enhanced focus on the following priorities as identified in the Regina Public Schools Continuous Improvement Plan:

  1. Higher Literacy and Achievement
  2. Equitable Opportunities and Outcomes for All
  3. Smooth Transitions into and through the system
  4. Governance, Facilities and Accountability

Each school in the division works with their school community to develop a Learning Improvement Plan that is aligned with these division priorities. School plans reflect a commitment to the essential curriculum outcomes and indicators in literacy and numeracy. Learning Improvement Plans are developed based on common assessments. These plans are designed to stimulate growth and improve student achievement. These priorities will emerge in an atmosphere of caring and will be supported by a Circle of Courage philosophy and an awareness of cultural diversity.

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