Our School

 

École W.S. Hawrylak School is located at 2530 Assiniboine Avenue East in the southeast corner of Regina. Our attendance area includes Wascana View, University Park East, Richmond Place, and Varsity Park. We also draw from University Park, Douglas Park, Windsor Park, Woodland Grove, The Creeks, The Greens, and as far north and west as Victoria Avenue, Arcola Avenue, and Winnipeg Street for French Immersion.

 

École W. S. Hawrylak School was built and opened in 1989. The school was named after Mr. William (Bill) Hawrylak, a respected Regina educator and public school board member. We are a Kindergarten to Grade 8 dual-track school (English and French Immersion). Presently, we have 784 students enrolled. Approximately 360 of these students are registered in the French Immersion program.  Our school day runs from 8:53 AM - 3:37 PM, with 2 - 15 minute recesses at 10:30 and 2:15, and one hour for lunch from 11:45-12:45.  Lunchroom supervision is available to all students in one of our 26 lunchrooms.

 

School Programs and Services

 

École W. S. Hawrylak School is a dual track school offering Kindergarten to Grade Eight programming in both French and English. 

Teachers and students are supported by staff members in the following areas: French, Arts Education, Learning Resource, Speech and Language, Library Resources, Physical Education, Educational Assistants, Instructional Consultant, School Counsellor, Educational Psychologist, Technology Support Team, School Resource Officer, and Public Health Nurse.

 

We have an independently-operated Before and After School Program for students who attend our school. Kare 4 Kids operational hours are from 7:15 A.M. to 8:38 A.M. and 3:37 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. Service is also provided during Staff Meeting/P.D. Days.

 

School Governance Structure

 

École W. S. Hawrylak School has a Principal and a Vice-Principal. There is a Student Representative Council. Each staff member has an active leadership role in the school by participating in structured Grade Level Learning Groups where our teachers focus on improving student achievement by collaboratively planning strategies to increase student learning. The majority of our staff also sit on numerous other school committees to support student learning and improved instruction.

 

The École Hawrylak School Community Council (HSCC) was elected in May 2015. There are eight parents, the principal, vice-principal, and four appointed members on the Council.

 

 

Learning Improvement Plan 2016/17

 

Attached is WS Hawrylak's Learning Impromvement Plan.  It is a working document that guides the direction and focus of the school.  

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Hawrylak working LIP 2016-17 Updated Nov. 14.pdf1 MB