Regina Street Public School
|Regina Street Public School|
|2599 Regina Street
Ottawa, Ontario, K2B 8B6, Canada
|School board||Ottawa-Carleton District School Board|
|Superintendent||Peter Gamwell Source|
|Area trustee||Douglas Michael Lloyd Source|
|Enrollment||190 (September 2006)|
|Homepage||Regina Street Public School|
Regina Street Public School is a public elementary school located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is a member of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board. The school is located in the city's west end, near Britannia Bay and Lincoln Heights. Regina Street Public school is conveniently located adjacent to an Ottawa public park, the Ottawa Parkway bicycle path and Mudlake Conservation Area. As well as these conveniences, the school has an atrium with trees, garden, an arbor and a fish pond.
The school was built in 1965 and officially opened by Madame Georges Vanier in March 1966. The school name is derived from its location on Regina Street.
As of September 2006, the school has approximately 190 students in full attendance, ranging from Jk to Grade 6. According to the Ottawa-Carleton School Board profile on Regina Street Public School, one quarter of all enrolled students were born outside of Canada, and over one half of all students speak language(s) other than English at home, creating a truly diverse environment. In terms of staff, the school has a total of 11 teachers, 2 educational assistants, 1.5 office staff, 2 custodial staff, a library technician and a principal.
Within the school building is REKSAP (Regina School Aged Kindergarten Program), a school aged, onsite, registered childcare program mainly for students enrolled in the school. This childcare centre, in addition to the rest of the school is fully accessible for the physically handicapped.
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