Regina public schools adult campus

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We are committed to providing a mature, adult campus that supports the respective needs of students who are committing themselves to complete their education.

We offer them the opportunity to complete a high school program using a mixture of daily lessons and course modules for each student.

There are a multitude of factors that contribute to this, many out of the control of the individual student.

Our facility aims to provide those adults, aged 18-21, who have not completed high school the opportunity to complete a program that will enhance post-secondary education and career/employment opportunities.

If you have any questions about registration, please ask the principal of your local school, or contact Regina Public Schools by email or at 306.523.3000.

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Wareham High School Principal Scott Palladino (left) will be interviewed along with two other finalists for the position of Plymouth North High School’s principal.We offer: It is important to note that those who participate in these events must respect and follow the same rules, policies and requirements that are followed during in-school activities.All participants in a school-organized banquet or dance, whether they are students, family, or other invited guests, must respect Regina Public Schools’ policies, procedures and guidelines.He started his career in Wareham in 1994, teaching health at the high school.He has held several administrative roles since then including Site Director for Adult Education and Elementary Summer School Director.

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