Drive-way Visits

  In our little building of Grosse Isle School, we are so very fortunate to be close – close as colleagues and friends, and as students and staff.  We are a school family – and being away from each other has been challenging, to say the least.  We know that right now this is safest for everyone, but it brings to light how much we take for granted and simply being together means to us and brings to our lives.… 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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“Drop Everything and Math” at ÉRWBBS

At École R.W. Bobby Bend School there is always a variety of math activities occurring around the school.  In Kindergarten to Grade 2, early years teachers weave daily numeracy into calendar time.  For example, students are asked to become the leaders and direct their classmates through various activities.  Through this time, students learn to apply their skills in counting by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s and 10’s in French or in English.  They begin to see patterns in numbers which become the… Read More

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Guided Numeracy Centres at Teulon Elementary

Our Kindergarten classes strengthen their understanding of numbers this January and February in small group activities. Many of the number tasks the children are working through also require fine motor practice such as pinching and grabbing small objects with tweezers or beading a number line. Working with children in small groups also allows for hands-on learning opportunities where the teacher can focus on a particular concept (this month it was all about making 5!) or skill. The kindergarten classes are… Read More

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TIP Students Join the Robb Nash Project

The students in The Infinity Program (TIP) have had the opportunity to spend time and get involved with the Robb Nash Project, headed by Canadian singer-songwriter, Robb Nash. The project works to engage young people through the power of music and storytelling and addresses topics related to mental health such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, addiction, bullying and suicidal ideation. It balances serious subject matter in a way that is thought provoking, inspirational, entertaining and humorous. Since November, students at TIP… Read More

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My Child in School: A Resource for Parents

Children are more likely to succeed in school when parents or guardians are informed and involved in their education. The Manitoba government recognizes the need to work in collaboration with parents to ensure all Kindergarten to Grade 12 students succeed. Please visit the Manitoba Education Website for more information on compulsory subject information. Information for each compulsory subject area is broken down into four sections: What my child is learning How my child is assessed Resources that support my child’s learning Frequently asked… Read More

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