Tuesday, October 26, 2010

A Healthier Tomorrow

One of our graduates from 2009, Mike Alexanderson, is now the administrator of a small school in the Northern Lights School Division, in Northern Saskatchewan. His school is trying to raise funds to construct a gymnasium for the community as well as the school and are seeking our funds through the AVIVA Community Fund which requires votes. Their idea is called A Healthier Tomorrow, here's the link:


Questions? Email Mike at michaelalexanderson@nlsd113.net

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Haunted House

Attention all

You are invited to our

Thursday, October 28th
During the bewitching hours of 10am-5pm
at the Education Lounge (ED189)

Your Ghostly Hosts:
Education Students' Society

We`re DYING to see you…

PD Event: Gangs in Schools

We invite all education students to come out for our first free Professional Development Event of the year!

"Gangs in Schools" has been our most popular PD Event for the past two years. A constable from the Regina Police Services will be education us on the gang situation in Regina including basic information, how to identify students who are at-risk, and how to help them.

For attending this event, you will receive a PD Certificate that you can add to your portfolio. By pre-registering (new!) you will receive the certificate the night of the event. If you do not pre-register you will still receive a certificate but it will take approximately a week to receive it.
Email Hope Rudiak at hope.laura@hotmail.com to pre-register.

Date: Thursday, October 28

Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Location: ED191

See you there!

Financial Statement 10/7/2010

Education Students' Society Financial Statement

Updated October 7, 2010

Click here or visit the following link to view the statement:


Friday, October 15, 2010

Looking for some teaching experience to put on your resume?
Apply to be a math tutor at All About Learning!

We are looking for university-educated students with strength in mathematics to tutor for our program. Student ages range from Grade 1-12 and the service is available to children with special needs or who simply want to improve their grades.

If you are interested, please contact Brett Barclay for more information:

Brett Barclay, B.A., B.Ed.

(306) 546-5284

6817 Rochedale Blvd.

Regina, SK S4X 2Z2