Welcome to Winston Knoll Collegiate

CONGRATULATIONS

CONGRATULATIONS to our

Senior Boys Volleyball Team for

Winning the City Championship

2 Way Conferences Bell Schedule

Bell Schedule for 

2 Way Conferences

November 17th to November 21th

8:45 - 1st Bell Rings

8:50 - 1st Period Starts

9:51 - 1st Period Ends

9:56 - 2nd Period Starts

10:57 - 2nd Period Ends

11:02 - 3rd Period Starts

12:03 - 3rd Period Ends

Afternoon times are the same as usual

Musical

Tickets on Sale Now in the Main Office

Bereavement

On behalf of Regina Public Schools administration and Board of Education, we regret to advise of the sudden passing of

Winston Knoll.  Mr. Knoll began his career in September 1961 with the Regina Collegiate Institute Board as Assistant to the Secretary/Treasurer.

 

He was appointed as Secretary/Treasurer to the Regina Collegiate Institute Board in 1962.

 

With the amalgamation of the Regina Public School Board and the Regina Collegiate Institute Board in 1966, Mr. Knoll

was appointed Secretary/Treasurer of the Board of Education of the Regina School Division #4 of Saskatchewan.

This was a position he held until his retirement in 1994.

 

In February 1995, Winston Knoll Collegiate was named after Mr. Knoll in recognition of his many years of exemplary service to

Regina Public Schools, the staff, students, parents and community of the City of Regina.

 

Mr. Knoll will be missed within Regina Public Schools.

 

Winston's Menu

Click here for

Winston's Menu for the week

of November 24 to November 28

 

Senior Boys Volleyball

Congratulations to our Senior Boys Volleyball Team

for winning gold at Campbell's tournament

on Saturday, October 18, 2014

Graduation DVDs

 

2013/2014 Graduation DVDs are now available

DVDs can be picked up in the office

We want to hear from you

Regina Public Schools would like to know how we can best meet your family's needs when it comes to high school education.

We are striving to provide an equitable and exceptional educational and extra-curricular experience for all high school students, regardless

of where they live in Regina.

 

We are asking students in elementary school grades 6 to 8 and high school grades 9 to 12 and parents or guardians to share their

thoughts so Regina Public Schools can create a better high school experience.

 

We encourage you to participate.  Please click on these links for more details and to participate.

 

Click link - Letter

Click link - website

Graduation Information

 
 
 
 

Grad Booklet Information - click here

Grad Advisor Letter - click here

 

Any questions please contact

Ms. K. Lawrence - email

or

Ms. S. Kuntz - email

 

 

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