ÈSCS – Program Speak Up

As part of our Wellness goals at ÈSCS all of our grade 7 students participated in the CMHA Program Speak Up.  Speak Up is a program designed for students in Manitoba to help build their mental health capacity.  Students participate in five lessons that teach them about their own mental health and the mental health of others.  The program discusses the many supports that can help people successfully manage their mental health.

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Let’s Get Reading – Rosser School

Rosser Students were excited to begin using our new decodable texts that arrived over the holiday break!  The Kindergarten, Grade 1, and Grade 2 students are using the Bob Decodable texts for their home-reading program and the Grades 1 and Grade 2 students are using the SPIRE reading program for the guided reading instruction in class! Let’s get reading!  

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Teulon Elementary – Early Literacy Classroom

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

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Kindergarten Registration

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

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The Infinity Program – Student Wellbeing

Research shows that students who feel safe and supported by adults at school are better able to learn. The Infinity Program (TIP) is Interlake School Division’s alternative high school campus.  The staff and students at TIP work together to create an environment built on the foundation of positive relationships.  Positive relationships in schools are central to the wellbeing of both students and teachers and underpin an effective learning environment. There is now a wealth of research on the importance of connectedness… Read More

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Well-Being at WES

Interlake School Division’s Continuous improvement goal states that “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.” This year at Warren Elementary School, our school goal is Well-Being. It is important that each of our school community members have the skills to feel well… Read More

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Growth Mindset

This year at Woodlands School, our Wellness goal is focused on the concept of a “Growth Mindset”. Schools are places where students are asked to learn many new skills and concepts on a daily basis.  When things are hard, sometimes in can be a challenge to stay positive and motivated. A growth mindset means you believe you are capable of developing new talents and skills, and you treat mistakes as opportunities to learn as opposed to failures – “Math is… Read More

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Thank You!

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

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