Potentially Sensitive Content Lessons

Sensitive Issues courses are being taught to the grade 5s and 7s between March 18 and March 20. The grade 5s will happen during periods 5 and 6 and the grade 7s during period 7. Mr. Martens will be instructing the boys and Mrs. Storey will be teaching the girls. More information can be found here: Grade 5 Letter Grade 7 Letter

in: General

Potentially Sensitive Content Grade 7 2019 – Letter home

POTENTIALLY SENSITIVE CONTENT – GRADE 7 CONSENT FORM February/March, 2019 Dear Parent/Guardian, The Manitoba Physical Education and Health Curriculum encourages physically active and healthy lifestyles. As per provincial requirements, the Physical Education and Health Curriculum for Grade 7 students include age-appropriate instruction on: Movement, Fitness, Safety, Personal and Social Management, and Healthy Lifestyle Practices. The purpose of this letter is to inform you that your child will be receiving instruction on Healthy Lifestyle Practices as part of the scheduled curriculum… Read More

in: General

Sigmund Brouwer Presentation – I Love to Read Month – March 1

Sigmund Brouwer was born and raised in Red Deer, Alberta, and splits his time between Red Deer and the Nashville, TN area. With over four million books in print, Sigmund Brouwer is a bestselling author of both children and adults books. His novel, Dead Man’s Switch, is the winner of the Arthur Ellis Award for Canada’s best young adult mystery of the year and was a finalist in the TD Children’s Book Awards. His novel for grownups, Thief of Glory… Read More

in: General

SRSS 2019-20 Registration

A counselor from the SRSS will visit our school to provide our Grade 8s with an Intro to the SRSS and to answer questions during the afternoon on Monday, February 25 .  The counselor will bring the Grade 9 Registration 2019/2020 brochures and registration forms when he/she comes for the school visit. The Grade 8 Orientation Tours at the SRSS will take place Thursday, March 7th Grade 8 students will be coming for a half day of Transition activities. These tours will… Read More

in: General

D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) – Grade 6s

D.A.R.E. IS SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION EDUCATION AND MUCH MORE! Constable Redikop, from the RCMP, will be facilitating D.A.R.E. classes for all 6s classes from February 19, 2019 to March 4, 2019. Each grade 6 homeroom gets 10 classes centered teaching students decision making for safe and healthy living. More information about DARE here .  

in: General

MADD Canada Presentation – February 19 at 1:30 PM

Why MADD Canada? The MADD Canada School Assembly Program is the only one of its kind in Canada and is the perfect complement to your current approach regarding alcohol and drug education. – The MADD Canada representative spends time explaining, in the introduction that impaired driving is a difficult topic to talk about. He will give students the opportunity to leave the room and/or to reach out to a teacher or a counselor should they have difficulty. – During the closing remarks,… Read More

in: General

Grade Level Meetings

This morning we got the chance to have conversation about what kind of school we want at MMS. This is a chance to reset and refocus to get the second half of the year started. This took place during Grade Level Meetings. The grade 6, 7 and 8 met as a group to talk about: school culture (how we treat each other) school discipline (chronic minor issues that are occurring) kindness and ‘ fun ‘ grade level expectations and the Ultimate Warrior To see what we spoke about please refer to the… Read More

in: General

Public Budget Consultation – HSD Budget 2019/20

On behalf of the Hanover School Division Board of Trustees, we invite you to attend the Public Consultation on Budget scheduled for Tuesday, February 5, 2019 from 6:30 to 7:30pm. The meeting will take place at the HSD Administration Office – 5 Chrysler Gate in Steinbach. Each year, the Hanover School Division holds a Public Consultation on Budget. The purpose of this meeting is to inform the public about current budget discussions and to invite comment on educational and budget initiatives… Read More

in: General