``Striving for Excellence...No Excuses!"

``Together, we will strive for excellence in education and encourage a passion for learning."


Click here to view our School Supply List for 2015-2016 classes.

Beaded Bracelets and Necklaces Sale


The Gladys McDonald ACT group will be having a bracelet and necklace sale on Friday, June 19 during the 10:30, 12:30, and 2:15 recesses.  Bracelets will be $2 and necklaces will be $3.  Proceeds raised will be donated to the Adopt a Village campaign, organized by Free the Children.  By purchasing an item hand-made by our ACT students, you can help children in developing countries access education and break the cycle of poverty.


Gladys McDonald School Staff and the GMS Community Council are excited to be hosting our Year End BBQ on Thursday, June 11th from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.  Funds raised will go to support our school.  Pre-order and payment for meals is required.  Each meal consists of a hamburger or hot dog, juice and a bag of chips.  Order forms were sent home today.  If you did not receive one, click on the attachment link below.

Summer Skills Camp for Grades 7 to 9

This program would focus on middle level students and take place during the summer months. The camp will be one week in duration focusing on a particular trade or skill area.  Students will be required to complete basic safety training before tackling a variety of hands-on activities designed to develop basic skills and introduce them to the targeted career area. 

In 2015 RDIEC will be offering three Middle Level Summer Skills Camps that will run from Monday, July 20 to Friday, July 24.  Please click herefor a registration form.  Remember that the registration deadline for these camps is June 12, 2015.

Below is a listing of all the camps offered.  To view the brochure click here.


1.   Culinary Arts Camp at Campus Regina Public, 1069 - 14th Avenue E in Regina.

2.  Robotics Camp at Campus Regina Public, 1069 - 14th Avenue E in Regina.

3.  Small Engines Camp at Regina Trades and Skills Centre, 1275 Albert Street in Regina.

For more information and agendas please visit the RDIEC website at http://www.rdiec.ca/summer_skills.

SCC Annual General Membership Meeting - DATE CHANGE

Dear Gladys McDonald School Families,

This past week a young boy, who has ties to members of our School Community Council, passed away.  Out of respect for his family, for members of our SCC, and for members of our Gladys McDonald family who are in mourning, we have decided to postpone the Annual General Meeting for the School Community Council.

The new date for our School Community Council AGM is Tuesday, September 29th at 6:30 PM.  We will be sure to provide on-going reminders through email, Newsletters and our website. 

On behalf of myself, the GMS SCC, and the staff of Gladys McDonald School, I would like to extend my sincerest sympathy to the family of this young boy and to those who knew and loved him.  May each of you find peace and strength in the love and kindness of one-another.



Just a quick reminder that order forms and payment for our Spring Photo's and Grade 8 Farewell Photo's are due on Monday, May 4th.


If you wish to register your child for Kindergarten at Gladys McDonald School, please complete the following forms:  

Kindergarten Registration Form

Kindergarten Transportation Form   (for eligibility questions please click here)

Immunization History Form

If you wish to register your child for Grades 1 to 8 at Gladys McDonald School, please complete the following forms:

Grade 1 to 8 Registration Form

Transportation Form  (for eligibility questions please click here)

Immunization History Form


Once completed, you can drop them off at the School Office, email them to Mrs. Ash at gwen.ash@rbe.sk.ca or fax them to (306) 751-2876. 

PLEASE NOTE:  All registration papers MUST be accompanied with photocopies of your child's Saskatchewan Health Card and Birth Certificate.


Progress Reports will be sent home with students on Friday, March 20th.  Invitations for our March 27th Three-Way Conferences will go home with the progress reports.  Please contact your child's teacher or the office if you have any questions or need to alter meeting times.



Regina Public Schools is implementing a new High School Strategy for the 2015/16 school year. The goal of this strategy is to create more equity of opportunities for all high school students in Regina Public Schools through a student’s neighbourhood high school, as well as providing access to Campus Regina Public programming.

This change is important to you and to students because it will more closely align elementary schools with their neighbourhood high schools and provide much greater access to curricular and extra-curricular programming for all students, regardless of where they live in the city of Regina. It will mean a much clearer and successful transition from elementary school to high school.  This change comes after consultation with parents, students, staff and the community.

The benefits to all high school students will be:

  • Access to a diverse set of quality courses and extracurricular programs at all neighbourhood high schools.
  • Access to more specialized programming for French Immersion, and enriched programming, including Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate.
  • Students will also benefit from programming at Martin Academy, as well as specific programs for students with intensive support needs.
  • All Grades 11 and 12 students will have access to Campus Regina Public courses, regardless of which high school they attend.

All Grade 8 students received a brochure detailing the changes and will also have had the opportunity to learn more at their neighbourhood high school open houses in February and March. We invite you to find out more. To find out more, Please contact your school principal and for more detailed information, please visit: http://www.rbe.sk.ca/our-schools/high-schools/high-school-strategy.

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