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
Statement from the Board of Trustees of Interlake School Division regarding recent social media coverage of the use of ‘rainbow poppies’.
In light of misinformation which has been widely spread on social media, we will share that at no point did any staff member of Stonewall Collegiate or Interlake School Division direct, nor mandate, any student to wear a ‘rainbow poppy’. The Board of Trustees will not comment on matters regarding individual students so as to maintain confidentiality for those involved. Media inquiries may be directed to Board Chair, Alan Campbell or Superintendent/CEO, Margaret Ward
At the end of September approximately 200 ISD grade 4 students took part in the annual Ecology Day at Oak Hammock Marsh. The staff at the marsh led the students in activities such as critter dipping, a marsh walk, ecology games and a lesson on Hawks, Owls & Falcons. Presentations were in English and French. Thankfully the weather cooperated, and both students and teachers reported the day to be a success.
Part of our school plan is to increase student discussion in the classroom, and to encourage students to explain their thinking when problem solving. One approach we are taking at Balmoral School is to practice discussing topics/issues with peers. Our grade 3 and 4 students are using discussion cards to show them different ways to respectfully communicate with each other. The goal is to give them a foundation for working collaboratively, and to instill confidence in their ability to think… Read More
Kathy Simcoe, Grade 7 teacher at Teulon Collegiate, is named Manitoba Education and Training’s Indigenous Educator of the Month. https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/aed/publications/educators/2018-2019/mar2019.html
Stony Mountain School held a Drop In Family Games Night on Feb.6th from 5-7pm. Families enjoyed popcorn and hot chocolate while learning new card and dice games.
Teulon Elementary School once again focused some of our holiday cheer on helping our community – specifically the Teulon & District Christmas Cheer Board. Over a 2 week period, classes tracked their progress daily by charting the number of items they brought it. Students estimated how many items their class would bring in and how many the school would bring in as a whole. The end goal was a class pizza party followed by some fun activities in the gym… Read More
The school year is well underway and at Woodlands School one of our many approaches to teaching mathematics is learning through games. Grade 2 students at Woodlands School are playing games that reinforce mathematical concepts and skill development while promoting positive social skills.