Tech Tuesdays - How to Seesaw in Grades 1-8 - Oct 3, 2017

Seesaw, the learning journal app, is a dynamic tool that empowers learners and engages families. Teachers of grades 1-8 are invited to join Tech Tuesdays for a session on how to Seesaw with your class and families.

When: Tuesday, Oct 3rd, 4:15 PM to 5:15 PM     

Where: Division Office - Ron Mitchell Room

Who: Teachers and Specialists of Grades 1-8

How: Register in PD Place by Friday, September 29th. Bring along a laptop or chrome book AND an iPad

Division WeVideo Account Available!

Want to create engaging video with your students?  Don't know how to do this using the division provided Chromebooks?  Regina Public Schools has licensed a division wide account for the online WeVideo Editor.  This single division account allows teachers to register themselves and then invite groups of students to participate in a school group.  Teachers can manage, assist and share content produced by students within the group.

Graduating? Take care of your Google Docs.

All Grade 12 students or students leaving the division are reminded that your division Google Apps Account will be disabled immediately after the last day of school [students will not have access] and deleted 30 days after that.

It is extremely important that any google drive documents, google photo images, and any other content in any of the services be saved off before you leave school in June.

For complete information about how to save your documents please see the following website:

Elementary Website Refresh!

Over the past months Regina Public Schools has been preparing an updated website system for use as the public facing presence for all schools in the division.  Elementary schools will be the first to transition to this new system.  The new system is much more secure, offers a  dynamic and mobile friendly design as well as simplified content creation and content types.

G Suite Training Extension

G Suite Training is a Chrome Extension that offers simple and interactive training lesson to get you up and running fast with G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps).

• Rich, interactive training - Whether you’re in Gmail, Calendar, Sheets, Slides, or Docs, you can learn and take actions, all at the same time.

• In-App experience - Training is accessible directly within G Suite, so you don’t need to leave the application to learn how to use it.