March 24, 2023 – UPDATE!
On March 21, 2023, the Board endorsed the temporary boundary change for Harbour Landing School beginning in the 2023-24 school year.
All students attending Harbour Landing School who live in the temporary boundary change area do not need to register at Ethel Milliken School; however, families who live in the temporary boundary change area with children registering for Kindergarten in 2023-24 should register them at Ethel Milliken School.
Addresses included in the Temporary Boundary Change from Harbour Landing School to Ethel Milliken School are:
- 4850 Harbour Landing Drive – all units
- 5004 James Hill Road – all units
- 4669 to 4889 James Hill Road
- All Addresses:
- Padwick Road
- Padwick Avenue
- Padwick Crescent
- Cornell Gate
- Crane Crescent
- Beacon Way
- Beacon Drive
- Beacon Place
- Cessna Way
- Fairchild Rod
- Gilbert Crescent
- Norseman Crescent
Please refer to the information below for more details:
Review the presentation to the Board from March 21, 2023 here.
Read the letter to parents/guardians here.
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March 2, 2023 -- School division administrators hosted a meeting with the Harbour Landing School Community Council this week to present enrolment information, efforts to manage the enrolment pressures, and a temporary boundary change plan for Harbour Landing School. While the new Harbour Landing West school is anticipated to be open in 2026, the delay in construction has resulted in the requirement for a temporary boundary change to manage the enrolments until that time. Please review the documents below.
Read the complete letter to families here.
Read the FAQ document here.
Review the presentation here.
Regina Public Schools would like your feedback. The Division will be hosting an Open House at Harbour Landing School on Thursday, March 9, 2023 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Administration will be available for questions from parents/guardians and students. The temporary boundary change will be presented to the Board on March 21, 2023. The final decision will then be communicated to parents/guardians and students, and specific discussions will be held with parents/guardians included in the temporary boundary change.
The school division recognizes the challenges that boundary changes bring to families, students and school communities. We extend our gratitude to the Harbour Landing School administration, School Community Council and the entire school community for their understanding, flexibility and patience during a time of growth and change in the southwest area of the City.
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