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Summary of Extra-Curricular Activities Available

posted Oct 21, 2019, 6:48 AM by Natalie Stickle

One of our terrific parents put together a great summary of all the programs available this year (some fee based and some free), check it out! Some are lunch time and others are before/after school.
Activities that require payment

1.       Chess on Tuesdays after school

2.       Arts Express programs weekly after school

-        Cartooning, Oct 16 - Dec 4

-        Glee Time, Oct 21 – Dec 9

3.       Language lessons on Mondays after school through the TDSB

-        Mandarin

-        Spanish

-        Portuguese

-        Italian

4.       Makom Hebrew and Jewish program, Mondays & Wednesdays after school

5.       Ascot before and aftercare program, Mon-Fri

6.       St. Alban’s aftercare program, Mon-Fri

Activities that are free

1.       Junior Librarians (grades 4-6)

2.       Primary Eco- Club, Tuesday lunch weekly in the upper east yard

3.       Junior Eco-Club, Wednesdays weekly at 12:05 after being dismissed from lunch

4.       Parent’s Eco-Club, https://sites.google.com/view/regalparentsecoclub

Sports, also free

1.       Term 1 Cross-Country (Grades 2-6, plus Gr 1 kids with parent accompaniment)

2.       Term 1 Girls Borden Ball (Grades 4-6)

3.       Term 1 Girls Soccer (Grades 4-6)

4.       Term 1 Boys Soccer  (Grades 4-6)

5.       Term 2 Track & Field (Grades 2-6)

6.       Term 2 Girls Volleyball (tentative, requires a teacher volunteer)

7.       Term 2 Boys Volleyball (tentative, requires a teacher volunteer)

8.       Term 2 Girls Basketball (tentative, requires teacher volunteer)

9.       Term 2 Boys Basketball (tentative, requires teacher volunteer)

Some activities that happened last year that may happen again this year, depending on teachers’ initiative and on whether Work to Rule happens:

1.       Meatless Monday Club at lunch weekly

2.       A musical

3.       Guitar Club at lunch weekly

4.       Finger-knitting Club at lunch weekly

5.       Art Club at lunch weekly

Final Note: Activities may change as the year progresses.

Help the Regal Community make sustainability a top priority

posted Oct 4, 2019, 7:11 AM by Natalie Stickle

Thanks to Mr. Murtaugh for putting spearheading this initiative and putting together this Regal Parents Eco Club website to help parents get involved. Sign up for updates, give feedback and learn how you can become more involved by visiting the site.

Date change for Terry Fox run

posted Sep 27, 2019, 8:08 PM by Natalie Stickle

Due to Rosh Hashanah the Terry Fox run will not take place on Oct 1st, but is now scheduled for Oct 8th!

Terry Fox Run

posted Sep 24, 2019, 1:00 PM by Natalie Stickle

Message from the School:

Dear Parents/Guardians:

On Tuesday, October 1st, 2019 students at Regal Road will be taking part in the annual Terry Fox School Run. Families are welcome to join us or cheer us on! Please be sure to fill out your child’s online community walking excursion form before Friday.

Junior Students will do their run in the morning after a short assembly and Primary students will run after lunch after a short assembly as well. 


Our school is proud to play an important role in keeping the legacy of Terry Fox going.  Students will have the opportunity to discuss and reflect on the heroic efforts of Terry over the next few weeks as well as raise much-needed funds for cancer research.  Through our participation in the Terry Fox School Run, we hope to encourage leadership in our students and create positive agents of change in our wonderful school community.


Any amount of donation is greatly appreciated and donations of $20.00 or more listed on a Terry Fox pledge sheet (with full donor name and address) are automatically receipted .  Cheques and cash are both accepted.  Cheques can be made payable to The Terry Fox Foundation. Please return any pledge forms and all monies by October 9th.  All monies raised will be forwarded to The Terry Fox Foundation and 82 cents of every dollar raised goes directly to cancer research!    


Another way to support The Terry Fox Foundation is by donating online. It’s fast, easy and donors get a receipt immediately by email. Go to terryfox.org and follow the instructions below:

go to www.terryfox.org

click “Terry Fox School Run” 

click “Donate to a Student/School”

Enter the name of your school and follow the prompts to donate.  Your child may also choose to also set up their own fundraising page by clicking the  “Donate to a Student” button. Their page will connect automatically to our school’s fundraising page and they’ll receive a link to email friends and family to help them reach their fundraising goal.


We are very excited to be a part of this year’s Terry Fox Run. This is our opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those suffering from cancer. We hope you will join us as our school community bands together in the fight against cancer. Thank you in advance for your support!

Syringe Found on School Property

posted Sep 17, 2019, 4:21 PM by Natalie Stickle

Message from Mr. Morris this morning:

This morning, it was reported to us that a syringe with a needle was discovered shortly before the start of the school day on school property near the bike racks. No students were harmed. We have informed our caretaking staff as they conduct daily and evening perimeter checks of the building. We have also contacted the Toronto Police Service and Toronto Public Health. 

There are protocols in place in every school to ensure safe reporting and removal of hazardous objects including discarded needles. These protocols have been shared with 
staff to educate our students to safely report any seen hazardous objects. If a student finds a needle or syringe on school property, he/she should not touch it. The student should tell a staff member or report it to the office immediately. Please be assured that our staff will continue to take any necessary steps to ensure the safety of our students and staff. 

We all take a very active interest in situations that involve safety everywhere in our community, so we also want to emphasize to students and parents the importance of 
awareness and the need for extra care, even in the most routine circumstances. We want to continue to ensure our school is a safe place, so should you ever see suspicious activity 
around our building after hours, please contact the TDSB 24-hour Emergency Call Centre at 416-395-4620 or the Toronto Police Service at 416-808-2222. Working together, we 
can help make our school and our community as safe as possible.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school.

Sports Teams

posted Sep 16, 2019, 10:56 AM by Natalie Stickle

Update to the sports teams information already posted. Teams are open to students in grade 4 and above. Cross-country is an exception to this where students in grade 2 and up can participate (Grade 1's can participate if accompanied by a parent/guardian!).

Sports Teams and Practice information

posted Sep 13, 2019, 12:47 PM by Natalie Stickle

Great news - Regal Road will have several sports teams running this fall!

Cross Country Running Team
Coached by Mr. Murtaugh 
Practices will be held every Tuesday and Thursday mornings. 
Meet Date: October 2nd @ Ashbridges Bay 

Girls Bordenball: Coached by Mr. Richmond and Mr. Ogden 
Tryouts begin next week: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at lunch. 
Bring soccer cleats if you have them! 

Boys Soccer: Coached by Mr. Meziane
Open practice starts next week on Monday and Friday at lunch. 

Girls Soccer: Coached by Ms. Ryan and Ms. Vasic 
Practices will be on Monday and Wednesday mornings at 8 a.m., beginning September 23. 

Cross County practices start tomorrow

posted Sep 11, 2019, 8:48 AM by Natalie Stickle

Open to students in Grade 2 and above (Grade 1's are welcome to join if parents are present).
Practices start Thursday September 12th. After that practices will be every Tuesday and Thursday until October 2nd.
Where: meet on the Soccer Field @8am
Bring: Running shoes (Mandatory), shorts with track pants on top, t-shirt with sweatshirt on top. Water Bottle.
Cross Country meet will take place on October 2nd. There will be a school bus for transportation to the event. Any student who comes in the top 20 can qualify for the South conference finals on October 17th.

Contact Mr. Murtaugh (Patrick.Murtaugh@tdsb.on.ca) for more information.
There is a permission form that must be completed and returned for students to participate.

School Newsletters and Information Emails

posted Sep 10, 2019, 10:15 AM by Natalie Stickle

If you can't find a weekly or monthly email newsletter from the school please check the page on our website "School Newsletters" as communications from the office are posted here as soon as possible after they are sent out.

Pizza Lunch Forms have gone home

posted Sep 6, 2019, 6:00 PM by Natalie Stickle

Check your child's bag to see if you have pizza lunch forms today!

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