In alignment with Public Health messaging, the Government of Saskatchewan supports immunization as the best way to protect children from many diseases. Immunization protects individuals, families and communities by preventing the spread of disease. In Saskatchewan, immunization programs for young children are provided by public health nurses through local public health clinics. For school-aged students, public health nurses may deliver immunizations in school settings.
AUGUST 14, 2020 -- Driver Education classes for Regina Public high school students will be held online starting in the fall. Students must be 15 years of age to register before classes begin. To register, please review and complete the program information and application form, as well as the MySGI account information found below. Please send the completed application form to your home high school. If you have any questions, please contact your school office directly.
Welcome to Winston Knoll! We are very excited have you joining the Wolverine family. We know that you have many questions about what September will bring. Our website will have more information in August regarding the first days of school and upates regarding our plans regarding Covid-19. Right now families and students can visit the first 5 pages in the ABOUT US menu. In the New Wolverine page you will find: