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Campbell Student Represents Canada at World Food Prize - Global Youth Institute

Grade 12 Student and Campbell Business Club President Tanvi Pandya along with Campbell Business Teacher, Mr. McFarlen attended the Global Youth Institute at the World Food Prize in Des Moines, Iowa from October 13th to October 15th. Tanvi was one of only 4 students selected to represent Canada at the event. The conference included government, business and students from around the world. Recently, the research paper Tanvi wrote to be selected for the event was published online and can be found here. For more information about how you can apply to attend this amazing learning opportunity next year please see Mr. McFarlen.



CRP Classes

Campus Regina Public 

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016


There will be NO CRP classes in the afternoon of Wednesday, December 21st

CRP busses for that afternoon have been cancelled.




Please note that tickets are also available for sale at:

Bach and Beyond, 1724 Badham Blvd.

and at

Cobb Swanson Music, 2924 - 13th Ave.


Semester I Final Exams

Semester 1 Final Exams Schedule


Thursday, January 19, 2017 - Period 1 @ 8:30 am

Friday, January 20, 2017 - Period 2 @ 8:30 am

Friday, January 20, 2017 - Period 3 @ 1:00 pm

Monday, January 23, 2017 - Period 4 @ 8:30 am

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 - Period 5 @ 8:30 am


CRP Semester 1 Final Exams Schedule


Thursday, January 19, 2017 - No exam

Friday, January 20, 2017 - Period 2 and 3 exam all day. No lunch provided.

Monday, January 23, 2017 - Period 4 and 5 exam. No lunch provided.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 - No exam.

CRP busess will pick up the students in the usual time in the AM and return them at the usual time in the PM.


Campbell's Got Talent



Come see all the special talent our great school

has to offer at the Campbell Talent Show!

November 23, 7 - 9 PM in the Auditorium


Campbell Collegiate Local Fundraiser


Campbell Collegiate Local Fundraiser


This year, the Campbell Collegiate student body has elected to support

as our local fundraiser.

There are several ways you can help us to raise money for this worthwhile cause:


1) You can make a donation online at:


2) You can attend "Campbell's got Talent" on Wednesday, November 23, 2016 at 7:00 pm in the Campbell Auditorium.

Modeled after the popular television program, this show will feature a variety of incredible student and staff performers and will showcase the talent and diversity in our school. Tickets are $5.00 and are available in advance at Campbell Collegiate or at the door. Popcorn and floats will be available for sale at intermission with all proceeds being donated to the Canadian Cancer Society. This is a great opportunity for current, future, and alumni students to come together for an evening of fun and entertainment while supporting the Canadian Cancer Society. 


3) You can participate in a variety of activities taking place at Campbell during the school day.

Fundrising activities include:

Taping the principal to the wall on Monday, November 14 for $1.00 per piece of tape.


 The League of Assassins Tournament running November 15-18 for $5.00


The Bubble Soccer which will run in the gym at lunch on Friday, November 24 for $5.00 per game

ALL bubble soccer participants must wear running shoes and have a signed waiver form.

To access a waiver form click at the image below


Regina Public Day of We


Regina Public Schools presents the




View the Recording

Locally Active! Globally Aware!

Together We Can Change the World!








Friday, October 28

High School Presentations @ 8:40 AM & 10:10 AM

Elementary School Presentations @ 1 PM & 2 PM


Campbell Collegiate Auditorium

102 Massey Road

Regina, SK



We are honoured to welcome award-winning author, playwright, and journalist, DREW HAYDEN TAYLOR as the keynote speaker for our Regina Public Day of We!


Who is Drew Hayden Taylor?

Drew Hayden Taylor is an internationally acclaimed Ojibway playwright, journalist, short-story writer, novelist, and television scriptwriter. He has performed stand-up comedy and has been the Artistic Director of Canada’s premiere Native theatre company, Native Earth Performing Arts. He has worked on over 17 documentaries exploring the Native experience including REDSKINS, TRICKSTERS, and PUPPY STEW.

He has traveled extensively throughout the world, educating and revealing First Nation’s perspectives primarily through his own writing. Most notably, he has written the four-volume set: FUNNY, YOU DON’T LOOK LIKE ONE, which he uses to inform readers about Canadian First Nation’s issues.  Drew’s writing style uses humor to bring life to topics that would be too dark to discuss freely.

Describing himself as a contemporary storyteller, he co-created and was the head writer for the television comedy series - MIXED BLESSINGS. In 2007, the movie version of his Governor General’s nominated play, IN A WORLD CREATED BY A DRUNKEN GOD, was nominated for three Gemini Awards, including Best Movie.

Drew is sought after as an international guest lecturer and has proudly served as the Writer-in-Residence at the University of Michigan, the University of Western Ontario and as a guest speaker at the inauguration of the First Nations University of Canada.


The Campbell Collegiate Me to We Team...

... is a group of over one hundred students that are passionate about changing the world and promoting the Me to We Philosophy to think of others, locally and globally, before oneself.

The team works in conjunction with, an international organization that aims to empower youth around the world to achieve their fullest potentials as agents of change. was founded by Canadian Craig Kielburger.  In 1995 after he read an article about child labour in India, he decided to take action. was born out of the desire to make the world a better place.  Real fulfillment starts with having the courage to reach out and help others.'s WE Village Program is breaking the cycle of poverty by working with poverty-stricken communities around the world to improve the five pillars of sustainability: Education, Health, Water, Food, and Opportunity. The focus is on helping communities become self-sustainable and not dependent on charity. gives a hand-up, not a hand-out.

After a school-wide vote was held in the Fall of 2013 to determine what country Campbell would like to support, Campbell in partnership with Dr. A. E. Perry School raised over $12,000 to sponsor the construction of a school in Guang Ming, China, a rural community that had suffered severe flooding. The school is now in operation and serves to provide over 800 children in the community with the opportunity to receive an education and a better life.

In 2014 – the school voted to raise money to support the Adopt-a-Village Pillar of Clean Water and Sanitation. During that school year – Campbell raised over $10,000.00 to construct two wells in Rural China which are being used to provide accessible clean water and sanitation, to prevent the spread of water borne diseases and help those most in need.

In the fall of 2015 – the school voted to raise money for the Adopt-a-Village Pillar of Health in India. Campbell came together as a school community and took part in the Campbell Mela (Traditional Indian Festival) and teacher lip-sync battles to raise over $11,000 to finance the construction of a medical facility in the town of Barind in Rural India.  The facility is equipped with health and educational resources for pregnant women, mothers and young children. Once completed, the local government will provide a nurse or medical practitioner to visit the center regularly to give vaccinations against polio and other preventable diseases.

In acknowledgement of our efforts to promote the WE Philosophy and create positive change in our communities, the Campbell Me to We Team was awarded Free the Children’s 2016 Young Idealist Award.


What will be happening at the Regina Public Day of We?

The Regina Public Day of We presentations will serve as an opportunity to promote the Me to We philosophy and build excitement about Campbell Collegiate's upcoming year of action for positive change, in the local and global community. It will be a fun, interactive setting, with musical performances, as well as student presentations in support of the WE Village Program.

Information for high schools about how to access the Live Stream for this event can be found here.

Campbell QSA on Gender-Neutral Washrooms

Recently the Campbell Queer-Straight Alliance was asked to comment on the decision to include gender-neutral washrooms in the new Regina Public Schools set to open in September 2017.

Well done on the interview!

The full story is available on Global News.

SLC @ Maple Creek

Hope our SLC members are having fun at the

Provincial Leadership Conference in Maple Creek!

Upcoming Dates

Important Dates


Monday, September 19th -- Last day for timetable changes

Monday, January 5th -- Last day to drop Semester 1 classes


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