Teulon Elementary School has been embracing our early literacy classroom which all grade 1 and 2 students visit on a daily basis. Our early literacy teacher engages students through weekly whole class lessons, activities and games. Our classroom teachers also work in the room with small groups by following structured literacy lessons to develop phonemic awareness in a systematic way. It is so rewarding to watch students participate with smiles on their faces and you can frequently hear students saying,… Read More
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION November 21- December 2, 2022 INTERLAKE SCHOOL DIVISION requests that all parents/guardians of children eligible to attend Kindergarten in the 2023/2024 school year register their child with their local school between November 21 – December 2, 2022. Kindergarten enrollment information is essential for divisional planning for the upcoming school year. If you have an eligible student for the Kindergarten class of 2023/2024 it is important that you register with your local school… Read More
The Interlake School Division Board of Trustees wishes to extend our most sincere appreciation to our front-line employees and school and divisional leaders, for your incredible dedication and hard work during this challenging school year. We must also acknowledge our students, their families and our school communities for your perseverance in the face of incredible obstacles since March of 2020. Our Public Schools are at the heart of our communities and this has never been more true than during the… Read More
Over the last nine months, the focus for Hutterian students has been to use project-based instruction to improve literacy and implement rich, inquiry-based tasks in math. Some students created story vines to help them retell the Laura Ingalls Wilder story, Little House in the Big Woods. Then, they shared their vines in small groups with the rest of the school. The vines helped them recall the novel’s details and learn about the setting, character, and plot in a story. The… Read More
Stony Mountain students enjoy playing math games as an engaging way to learn important concepts in math. Students are playing some of our favourite math games related to multiplication and integers. They have been creative in adapting these games using individual decks of cards to allow for social distancing while still having fun!
One of the Interlake School Division’s Continuous Improvement Plan goals for students in Grades 9-12 is personal Well-Being. Why WELL-BEING matters: Healthy citizens are able to achieve their goals and realize their potential. Healthy citizens possess a range of skills and strategies to live happy and resilient lives and thereby make positive contributions to their communities. In order to live well, our students must learn well. What WELL-BEING is: Well-Being is the conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving health,… Read More
Manitoba Education has mandated two additional inservice days for all schools prior to the December break. The two additional inservice days in ISD will be December 4 and 7. Tuesday, December 8 will remain a Day 1 on the 6-day calendar as originally scheduled.
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