We hope your child has had a good start to their remote learning experience. All standards for remote learning can be found here. The highlights are below:

Students will be required to participate daily in learning and assessment with minimum standards, as follows:

Real-time online instruction will be coordinated by the assigned teacher for all students registered in the class. Students must be available for the following real-time learning times (synchronous):

  • Grades 5-8: Seven to eight hours of instruction (synchronous) per week
  • These virtual meetings still be scheduled by the classroom teacher

As our teachers are still teaching students who have chosen the In School Option it is important that students follow the Real-Time online Instruction schedules that can be found on our Restricted Level website or here:

Independent work: Student assignments will reflect the learning outcomes of the Manitoba Curriculum. Assignments will be differentiated to meet the learning needs of students. Independent work can include reading, viewing and responding to pre-recorded videos, and engaging in project-based learning. Some parent/caregiver support may be required. Students will be expected to participate for the following minimum amounts of time (independent work): 

  • Grades 5-8: three hours per day

Parent/Caregiver Involvement

Parent/caregiver involvement and support will be required and will vary depending on the age of the student and the student’s ability to work independently. This learning approach relies on the parent/caregiver to monitor engagement and completion of required independent work.

Day to Day Support

If your child needs immediate support outside of the scheduled real time virtual instruction times with their teacher to help with school work or troubleshooting they can reach out to the following MMS staff members using Google Chat, Google Meet, Email or by calling the school at (204) 320-9488:



MMS Staff

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