The Small School with A Big Heart

Wilfred Hunt Shows Support for Orange Shirt Day

Students and staff showed their support for Orange Shirt Day.  Orange Shirt Day was established to remember the eperiences of former students of Indian Residential Schools and to commit to ongoing reconciliation.  The day stems from a story told by a former residential school student.  On her first day of residential school, when she was a six-year old, her brand new orange shirt - that had been bought by her grandmother - was taken away from her. 


The staff and students at Wilfred Hunt are committed to the ongoing reconciliation!


Cross-Country Running

Congratulations to all of the runners who represented Wilfred Hunt so extremely well. We are very proud of you!  Those racers who placed in the top 25 of their repsective age categories will now moe on to the City Championships next Wednesday (Sept. 30)!

Open House/Welcome Back BBQ

Please consider joining us on Sept. 16 from 5:30-7:00 p.m.  We will be having our Open House from 5:30-6:00 followed by the welcome back BBQ sponsored by our School Community Council.

Dropping off Students

Please see the attached memo from the Regina Police Service with respect to parking, stopping, and driving in front of Wilfred Hunt.  Please pay attention to the parking and stopping signs.  Our children's safety depends on it!

Welcome Back!

Welcome back to the 2015-2016 school year!  Students will return to school on Sept. 1 at 8:53 a.m.  They will go to the gym where we will begin with a brief assembly and students will go to their classes.


The school supply list for the entire school is attached here.


We look forward to seeing everyone on Sept. 1! 



The School Community Council would like to invite parents/guardians to join other parents in the library following the students going to classes for coffee and juice.

City Track and Field Schedule

Douglas Park Schedule is attached.

University of Regina Science Rendezvous

The University of Regina is holding a science rendezvous on May 9, 2015.  This is an opportunity to work with university students doing science-related activities.  Please click on the link below for more information.  This is NOT a school activity but we have had students attend in the past and have had tremendous experiences.  For more information, please contact the university.

Wilfred Hunt Goes Pink

Thank you to the ACT Team, Ms. Howard, and the tremendous staff, student, and community of Wilfred Hunt.  On Apr. 1, the school put on an amazing talent show, brought in some special guests, and represented our school amazingly as we discussed the ramifications of "going pink".  Please click on the link to read the story in the Leader Post.

Alice In Wonderland - A Hit at Hunt!

There were several special visitors to Wilfred Hunt on February 11.  Some of these visitors include: Alice, the Queen of Hearts, the Mad Hatter, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, and some Cheshire Cats - to name a few.  The amazing talents of our Gr. 4-8 students came out for our musical Alice in Wonderland.  It is truly a gift to see the incredible talents of some "seasoned veterans" and some of our "up-n-comers"! 


The show continues February 12 at 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.  Come on out to see the students of whom we are so very proud!


Queen of Hearts and Alice


Rabbit explaining her struggles with time to Alice

Rabbit explaining her struggles with time to Alice


Alice with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum

Cheshire Cats



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