Level Orange January 18- March 26, 2021 Plans

INTRODUCTION: MOVING TO THE RESTRICTED LEVEL (ORANGE) The purpose of this document is to communicate an overview on Mitchell Middle School plans  as we move to the Restricted Level (Orange) in Manitoba’s Pandemic Response System. Our first and foremost priority continues to be the safety and well-being of our students and staff This document may evolve as we receive further guidance and directions from Public Health and Manitoba Education. Details for the Pandemic Response System Levels for K–12 Schools from… Read More

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Planning for January 18

  Our Grade 5 and 6 students have had a successful return to learning at school, and it has been awesome to have them back in the school building!  Grade 5/6 families, please note that as students return to in school learning, some classes may be required to move from their current homeroom to different learning spaces in order to ensure we can provide 2 meters of physical distancing in the classroom to the greatest extent possible.  If the location… Read More

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Refining Our Procedures

Dear MMS family – we hope your child has a positive return to learning, whether that is at school or remotely.  It is awesome to see our Gr 5/6 students back in the school building again! As our Grade 5/6 students return to school after the Christmas Break and an extended period of remote learning, we all need to refamiliarize ourselves with some of the procedures that MMS has put into place in order to ensure a safe and healthy… Read More

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Welcome Mr. Neufeld – Interim Principal at MMS

Dear Mitchell Middle School Family, What a crazy and unpredictable year this has been for all of us! And the changes only keep coming it seems. I hope you join me in wishing Mr. Andrew Mead all the best in his role with the Manitoba Remote Learning Support Centre! I wanted to take a brief moment to introduce myself to you before the Christmas break. I am originally from Maple Ridge, British Columbia, where I studied at University of the… Read More

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January 4 – 15 Plans at MMS

MITCHELL MIDDLE SCHOOL – RESTRICTED LEVEL SCHOOL PLAN – January 4 – 15, 2021  INTRODUCTION: MOVING TO THE RESTRICTED LEVEL (ORANGE) The purpose of this document is to communicate an overview on Mitchell Middle School plans  as we return to the Restricted Level (Orange) in Manitoba’s Pandemic Response System. Our first and foremost priority continues to be the safety and well-being of our students and staff This document may evolve as we receive further guidance and directions from Public Health… Read More

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Important Letter Shared today with MMS Families from Mr. Mead

December 9, 2020 Dear Parents/Guardians, The purpose of this letter is to inform you that at the end of this calendar year, I will be leaving my position as principal of Mitchell Middle School.   In early January 2021, I will begin a new role as Principal (K-8) of the Provincial Remote Learning Support Centre. I have been seconded to begin the planning and implementation of this new remote learning support centre, which will serve all schools in Manitoba. Although I… Read More

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Community Christmas

Hello MMS Families, The Steinbach Community Christmas Committee is again coordinating the preparation and distribution of Christmas hampers to those in our area that are in need. Last year, with the help of many area businesses, schools, churches and individuals, we were able to distribute just over 1080 hampers! As 2020 is a year unlike any other, Community Christmas planning will look very different this year and in order to keep people socially distanced, we are going to collect items… Read More

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Updated Report Cards Dates and Meet the Teacher Date

In light of all the changes in our school this fall, we are going to be changing the date of our Report Card Distribution and Virtual Parent Teacher Meetings. Report Card Distribution Report Cards will now be available through the Parent Portal on December 2, 2020 beginning at 4:00 PM. Parent Teacher Meetings We want the conversations to be rich and meaningful, and give students, parents and staff some time to adjust to our new learning model before those conversations… Read More

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