The PVCA [Prairie View Community Association] awards a scholarship to a deserving Grade 12 student, or to a past graduate who fits the criteria under the age of 21 yrs. The winner must be a resident of the Prairie View community. The scholarship awarded will be in the amount of $500.00. There will be only one scholarship awarded, the winner to be selected by the executive of the PVCA from entries that meet the criteria below.
The criteria are as follows:
– Must maintain an average of 70% during the school year.
– Preference will be given to a student who has been involved in the community through volunteer service. School activities will also be considered.
– Successful candidate must show proof of registration in a post-secondary program in order to collect the scholarship.
Please submit your application outlining how you may meet the criteria listed. Please include the following:
– Full name, address, and phone number where you may be contacted.
-List of volunteer activities past and present
– Copy of most current high school transcript.
– Information regarding potential or confirmed acceptance to a post-secondary institution.
The deadline for applications is May 15th, 2019.
Regina residents are invited to attend upcoming Zoning 101 sessions where they will be able to review and provide feedback on a new proposed Zoning Bylaw for the City of Regina.
These come and go sessions are open to everyone. A formal presentation at each session will begin at 7:00 p.m.
Ways to Provide Feedback:
-Attend one of the sessions listed below -visit regina.ca/zoningbylaw and fill out the online comment form -email your comments to: email@example.com or mail your comments to: Zone Forward, 7th Floor-Viterra, 2476 Victoria Ave., Regina, SK S4P 3C8
These two new courses take place before our 2019 Winter Registration night, therefore we will be taking enrolment requests via our new online registration form. Please follow our page on FaceBook to stay up-to-date with all of the latest news in your neighbourhood!
Babysitter’s Course Instructor: Tammy Hincks Sunday – Jan 6 – 9:00am to 3:30pm – Cost $40 Location: St. Josaphat School Multi-Purpose Room
For children aged 10+. This course is great training for the teen or preteen that does babysitting or stays home with family members. The course content includes artificial respiration, choking treatment, burns, poisoning, wounds and bleeding. It covers emergency situations and baby care techniques. Upon successful completion of this course, a certificate will be issued. Provided at class: Babysitting Workbook/registration form, pen, and an exam at the end of the course.
Home Alone Course Instructor: Tammy Hincks Sunday – Jan 6 – 6:00pm to 8:30pm – Cost $30 Location: St. Josaphat School Multi-Purpose Room
Home Alone Program is aimed at children 9-14 years of age who are at home for short periods of time without adult supervision. The objective is to provide children with the skills to increase their personal safety while alone at home, identify what responsibilities you have while being home alone, understand the basics of First Aid procedures and demonstrate what to do in the case of an emergency and how and when to call 911. Students receive a Home Alone Student Guide.