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Suspension of Classroom Learning

March 31, 2020   MANITOBA SUSPENDS CLASSROOM LEARNING INDEFINITELY AMID COVID-19 PANDEMIC – – – Remote and Online Learning, Assessment to Continue Through Innovation and Work of Teachers: Goertzen At the advice of the chief provincial public health officer, Manitoba is suspending classroom learning for kindergarten to Grade 12 students indefinitely for this school year to help ‘flatten the curve’ and reduce the impact of COVID-19 throughout the province, Premier Brian Pallister and Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced today. “We must… Read More

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The Impact of Climate Change on Human Rights

“Wellness” is about Human Rights. As humans, we all have the need to access shelter, food, clean air, safety, belonging, and possess rights such as the freedom of speech.  School promotes much more than just lessons in a book.  It is also a place that grows responsible citizens of action and thought.  This year the Grade 5 and Grade 6 MYVoice Committee at École Stonewall Centennial School joined a larger Manitoba Associated School Project Network entitled United Nations, Educational, Scientific… Read More

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