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Martin Students Help Out

As winter approaches Martin Collegiate students will be participating in the following drives:

In response to discovering the depth and significance of the HIV AIDS crisis in sub-saharan Africa, Mr. Ziegler's Health Science 20 class at Martin Collegiate became determined to be a cog in the machine of assistance for these hurting and desperate people.  They are engaged in a fund-raising and advocacy campaign targeting the provision of Anti-Retro Viral drugs (ARV's) to infected persons.  These drugs act to dramatically slow down the expression of viral symptoms and prolong lives considerably.  The Stephen Lewis foundation has a proven track record for the efficient and responsible dissemination of resources such as ARV's  to Africa and this organization is the conduit of assistance the Health Science students chose.  In addition, Olivia Caswell managed to secure a funding agreement with a local company called IQMetrix whereby any money raised over the course of the campaign will be matched dollar for dollar!


We are inviting all of you to donate your old and gently used
coats for kids between the ages of 4-18. Coats can be dropped
off in the foyer.  No kid should be without a coat this winter.

So let's huddle up and bundle up our kids!

We will be collecting food from November 9th until Dec. 11th.
Students can bring their non-perishable food to their PRIDE classes.
Every Friday we will collect and weigh the food.  The PRIDE with
the highest weight will win a pizza lunch-in.



Guidance Upcoming Dates

Admissions on the Spot
Come to the Regina Campus on Dec 2 from 3:30-7:30 pm for On the Spot Registration.  You will receive a $30 discount on the $100 application fee and a free pair of U of R mittens.

What is Business Administration?
Grade 11 & 12 students are invited to attend an informative day to discover more about pursuing an education in Business Administration on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 from 9:30-3:00 pm.  The day will include presentations, guest speakers, workshops, a free pizza lunch and a draw for a $500 bursary.  Registration:

UBC Scholarships
Anyone wishing to be considered for UBC Scholarships, the application deadline is December 10, 2015.

Welding Applied Certificate
Do you want to prepare yourself for a career in Welding.  There is a 20 week program based on Level 1 Apprenticeship Training running from January 18, 2016 to June 3, 2016.  To apply, please attend the Information Session on December 15 at 10 am in Room 619 at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus.  For more information contact Amanda Rivney at 306-775-7472 ( or Gerry Rupchan at 306-775-7486 (

Regina Public Schools New Attendance Strategy

Martin Collegiate is Proud to announce we had 117 students who had perfect attendance in the month of September!!

Click here to view Attendance Strategy



AM 7:20-8:21
PERIOD 1 8:30 - 9:31
PRIDE 9:35 - 9:50
PERIOD 2 9:54 - 10:55
PERIOD 3 10:59 - 12:00
LUNCH 12:00 - 1:10 (WARNING BELL - 1:05)
PERIOD 4 1:10 - 2:11
PERIOD 5 2:15 - 3:16

NOTE:  Lates and Unexcused Absences can impact
your student's learning and their possibility of  
earning an Incentive during Final Assessment week.


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