Regent Heights Public School


Greetings Regent Heights' Community and Guests to our Web Site!


Return to School:  January 7, 2019

Holiday Break (No School):  Dec. 22, 2018  to Jan. 6, 2019

Holiday Concert:  Dec. 13th, 2018

Kindergarten concerts at 1:30 p.m. in the gym

Gr. 1 to 3 concert at 6:00 p.m. in the gym


Grade 8 to 9 information evening for parents & students on Oct. 10th @ 6:30 p.m. at Samuel Hearne Middle School.  Click on the invitation below for more information:

Choices for 9 Invitation


We look forward to a great 2018 - 2019 school year!


Check Some of RH's Videos!

Welcome to Regent Heights


Tribute to Mr. Alfano


Tribute to Ms. Keenan











Happy Fall and Welcome Back! 


The Fall Issue of the Mental Health And Well Being Newsletter is now available. 

MWB September2015 Newsletter.pdf








Parent STEM Information Evening

Join us on Wednesday, January 28th to learn more about the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in our school. 

Our Family of School's STEM coach, Fayza Prebtani,  will be here to share with parents how this approach to learning is transforming classrooms in our board.  Regent Heights is currently one of 3 STEM pilot schools in our Family of Schools.

When: Wednesday, January 28th @ 7:00PM

Where: Room 3

The STEM presentation will follow our School Council meeting which is at 6:30 in the Library.

Join us for both and make a night of it.












Winter Landscapes by Ms. Robertson's Grade 2 Class 


Please ensure that your child is dressed appropriately for the cold weather.


When temperature and/or windchill factor indicates –20 to –28C, recesses may be shortened.  

When temperature and/or windchill factor indicates -28C or lower children will remain indoors.










Check out the Link to see what you can do to reduce Energy Consumption in your home and help schools. 




School Safety Procedures

The TDSB has taken steps to ensure your child’s safety while in school. Each school has an emergency-preparedness plan that includes steps staff and students take in the event of an emergency. As part of this plan, the school conducts two annual Lock- Down drills. Today (29/10/2014) we held our Hold and Secure drill.

A school goes into Hold and Secure in response to a threat in the general vicinity but not on or near the school property. All students remain inside and the doors to the school are locked. No one is permitted to enter the school. Students remain in their classrooms with the windows and blinds closed and continue with their learning. In the event that a Lockdown lasts past the end of the school day, parents will be informed of the location and time to pick up students by the school’s emergency plan or local media.




Regent Heights Welcomes Summer!!!


Room 9's Spring Mural


Thank you to Coles bookstore at Eglington Square

They have helped us to raise $2700 to buy books for our school













Robotics Team off to Provincials in January!!!


The Grade 8 Robotics team had a fantastic showing at the area tournament this past Saturday.  They placed 3rd out of 30 teams and also won the 'Inspiration' award. This award celebrates a team that is empowered by their First Lego League experience and displays extraordinary enthusiasm and spirit. 



Back Row: Samyaad, Taseen, Rachae, Nathan, Fahima, Ann, Kshbu, Mr. Johannsen, Zainab,Mr. Perera, Samayla
Front Row: Labib


School  Wide Terry Fox Run - Thursday, September 26th at 12:45 PM

Remember your Toonies and Loonies for Terry

If we reach our Fundraising goal this year of $500 - Look what happens to our teachers' hair!





 Regular School Hours Grades 1-8


Entry : 8:40 am
1st Recess: 9:55-10:10am
Lunch: 11:30 am-12:30 pm 
2nd recess : 1:45-1:55pm
Dismissal : 3:15 pm

Click below for information on full day kindergarten!Full Day Kindergarten.docx

Immunization resources are available at

Staff Appreciation Luncheon 2012-13

On Thursday, May 9, 2013 the Regent Heights parent community provided a Staff Appreciation Luncheon.  The food was incredible and we appreciate your efforts.  We want you to know how much we value our partnership with you.  Thank you to all of our parents.  Many contributed to the luncheon and could not attend - we thank you too!


Parents, for the safety of our students, please do not drive into the staff parking lot to drop off your children. This year we have 51 staff and we will need to strictly enforce that the parking lots are for staff only! In addition, be sure to drop children off on the north side of Nancy Ave. It is unsafe to have children crossing Nancy, unless it is at the traffic lights. Many pedestrians have been hit by cars lately and we are concerned for the safety of our students. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation! 

Snack Program

Toonie Tuesday for Healthy Snacks!

 We are collecting $2 every Tuesday (Toonie Tuesday) for our Nutrition Program.
 Please send a Toonie to school each Tuesday. 
 If you prefer, you can send a larger donation monthly, or each term.

Your donations help pay for healthy snacks each day for every student.
Some of our snack foods include:

  • fruits and veggies (e.g. carrots, red pepper, apples, oranges) 
  • whole wheat buns with cheese
  • tortilla wraps with cream cheese and jam or cucumbers
  • multigrain cereal and raisins
  • cheese strings and crackers
  • white/chocolate milk
  • yogurt tubes
  • arrowroot cookies
  • home made fruit muffins
Healthy food helps our students learn!

Mrs. Mitchell’s Three Fruit Muffins Recipe

You loved them in your morning snack; now you can make them at home! 

  • 1 1/2 cups fruit – a combination of banana, pear, and apple (or applesauce)
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/3 cup vegetable oil
  • 1 cup white flour
  • 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  1. Mash the banana. Cut the apples and pears in very small pieces. (Or, freeze the pears, and when you thaw them they will be easy to mash.)
  2. Combine flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt. Stir.
  3. Add fruit, egg, sugar, and oil. Mix well.
  4. Makes 12 large muffins or 24 mini muffins. Grease your muffin pans. Divide batter into pans.
  5. Heat oven to 375F. Bake for 20 minutes (large muffins) or 15 minutes (mini muffins). Enjoy!

Try experimenting with different fruits and veggies such as frozen berries, peaches, grated carrots, or chopped green tomatoes!

If you like, add half a cup of extra goodies to the batter. Try walnuts, sliced almonds, raisins, dried cranberries, sunflower seeds, or coconut.

If you like, try adding some tasty spices! Try 1/2 a teaspoon of cinnamon, ginger, or garam masala!

Regent Heights Believes

Our social focus starting in 2012 is to stamp out bullying by raising awareness about what is NOT acceptable in our community. The students are being taught the phrase/response, "Not in our community!"

Each day in October and into November, student announcers share other students' thoughts about what is not acceptable in our community. To put a positive spin on this, classes have also posted messages around the school that begin with "Regent Heights believes..."

Below are some photos of examples of some of the work the students have done: