Take Our Kids to Work

Take Our Kids to Work™ (TOKTW) invites students in Grade 9 to spend a day at work with a parent, relative, or volunteer host to help them learn about today’s workplace, be enlightened on the diversity of roles and tasks, participate in experiential career learning opportunities, explore possible future career options, and apply their the TOKTW experiences to their learning and their future. This year, TOKTW is November 6. Participating workplaces are invited to register on The Learning Partnership website. … Read More

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Science Lab Upgrades

Science lab upgrades have been completed at Warren Collegiate and Teulon Collegiate. These renovations will ensure all students have equitable access to programs and resources. Students now have the opportunity to work in cutting edge science labs where they are developing skills and acquiring knowledge to best prepare themselves for post secondary environments.

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Continuous Improvement Plan Info Sessions

The Interlake School Division (ISD) invites parents/guardians and community members to join us for an information evening regarding our Continuous Improvement Plan. Information sessions will be held in each of our catchment areas. Tuesday, March 5th at 7:00 – Warren Collegiate Tuesday, March 12th at 7:00 – Teulon Collegiate Tuesday, March 19th at 7:00 – Stonewall Collegiate. ISD staff will be on hand to provide information regarding our focus areas of Numeracy at Kindergarten-Grade 8 and Wellness at Grade 9-Grade 12. We look… Read More

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School Bus Safety Contest

In an effort to increase SCHOOL BUS SAFETY each year MASBO puts on a poster contest for the province. This years theme was “My School Bus. The safest form of Student Transportation”. Each school division is responsible for collecting posters and picking a divisional winner from each category to send in to be judged at the provincial level. Thanks to all who participated! There were so many great posters picking a winner was extremely difficult. Selected as divisional winners are:… Read More

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Junior Kindergarten

Interlake School Division Introduces Junior Kindergarten  Why Junior Kindergarten? The Interlake School Division (ISD) would like to support children born in 2014 and their families in the transition to Kindergarten by offering a voluntary, no-charge drop-off program in each ISD community. Children learn through play. During the Junior Kindergarten program children will be exploring, creating, and developing their imaginations while participating in a wide range of child-centered activities in an enriching environment.  What is Junior Kindergarten?  While attending the Junior… Read More

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