The Small School with A Big Heart

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



Mr. Robb Sings at the Regina Pats Game

Thank you to members of  the Wilfred Hunt School Community Council for arranging discounted tickets to see the Regina Pats defeat the Spokane Chiefs 4-2 on Sat, Feb. 7.  An additional bonus was seeing our very own Mr. Robb sing the American and Canadian national anthems.  What an amazing voice! 


Pancake Breakfast - A HUGE Success!

Thank you to the entire Wilfred Hunt community for their support of the pancake breakfast.  The final tally for donation made to Souls Harbour Rescue Mission was just under $2200!  This was our BIGGEST donation ever!  Thank you everyone!


Here is a copy of the thank you letter from Souls Harbour:

Wilfred Hunt Performs at Rotary Carol Festival

Congratulations to our Gr. 1-5 classes who performed on Dec. 2 at the Rotary Carol Festival.  It was the first time that we have presented our talents at this annual event and the students did outstanding! 

Gr. 1-3 students singing:




Gr. 4-5 Students Singing:


Winter Activities at Hunt

With the busy-ness of the holiday season upon us, I want to encourage everyone to look at the sidebar for upcoming activities.  Additionally, I would like to thank the memebers of our community for their TREMENDOUS support with offering donations to the Pancake Breakfast.  Hundreds of dollars of prizes will be raffled off on Friday morning with all proceeds going to Souls Harbour Mission House.


Specifically, I would like to point out that on Dec. 19, school will be dismissed at 2:30 p.m.  Please make sure you are able to pick up/meet your children at the appropriate time.


Have a wonderful holiday season!

Halloween and Halloween Safety

Please see the attached document on behalf of the Regina Police Service regarding Halloween safety.


Additionally, with Halloween approaching, here are a couple of reminders:

1.  We are a nut-free school.  Please do not bring any candies or snacks that have any nuts or peanuts in them.

2.  If you choose to dress up, please respect the already in place dress code (no skimpy outfits, no defamatory outfits). 

3.  If you choose to dress up, please do not bring any weapons (real or fake) as part of your costume.

4.  If you choose to dress up, please refrain from bringing props that may impact other students.


While we understand that many of the kids are excited about Halloween, we want to ensure that everyone has fun and that everyone still feels safe and respected.  Additionally, classes will continue as usual so we do not want costumes to impede on the learning of the students.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the school.

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