Winter Newsletter
Stay up to date with what has been happening at Mother Teresa Middle School (MTMS).
MTMS Students Entrepreneurial Spirit Brings “Be Kind” Campaign To Life
The Mother Teresa Entrepreneurship Club (MTEC) recently came together to create an additional piece of school clothing that included a very important message.
MTMS Update
Starting the New Year off on a good note!
MTMS students are encouraged to display their talents with their peers. MTMS grade 6 student Ernest, is talented at playing the piano. Since the start of the New Year, he has performed for his classmates on several occasions in the mornings prior to classes starting. Thank you for sharing your talents, Ernest!
Buffalo Boys and First Nations Dancers
In November, the Grade 7 class along with the Buffalo Boys and First Nation Dancers had a great time performing during halftime at the Agribition Rodeo!
Holiday Cheer
Over the holiday break, the MTMS team delivered over 90 Christmas Food Hampers to MTMS families. A big thank you to The Mosaic Company, Harvard Developments, Regina & District Food Bank, SGI, Commissionaires South Saskatchewan, The Atlas Hotel, and all the volunteers who helped with deliveries during the holiday season.
By the Numbers
In 2020-2021, MTMS students read 2,112 books and collectively the grade 8 class achieved 93.5% overall in their reading comprehension according to Accelerated Reader. The Reading Program is just one area of enrichment that showcases at MTMS, every minute matters, every student matters, and every future matters.

MTMS - Alumni Update
MTMS is looking to highlight and share alumni success stories. Adrianna was part of the first-ever class at MTMS. We thank her for sharing her inspiring story. You can read about her journey through the link below.
Share a Message
Have a message of encouragement or positivity you would like to share with MTMS students and alumni? Post a message through the link below and it will be highlighted on our display boards around the school!
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Mother Teresa Middle School is proudly situated in Treaty 4 territory, the homeland of the Métis and the traditional territory of the Nêhiyawak / ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐊᐧᐠ /Cree, Nakawē / ᓇᐦᑲᐌ /Saulteaux, Nakota/Assiniboine, Lakota, Dakota and other Indigenous peoples.