Passing of Canada’s 17th Prime Minister

Canada’s 17th Prime Minister, the Right Honourable John Napier Wyndham Turner P.C., C.C., Q.C., passed away on September 19, 2020. Consistent with Canadian flag protocol (on the death of a former prime minister), flags at all schools will be flown at half-mast now until sunset of the day of his funeral.

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Superintendent’s Update – Sept. 18

The recent news of positive COVID-19 cases in Manitoba schools serves as an important reminder for all parents/guardians, students and staff to remain vigilant in following the recommendations of Manitoba Public Health. Fortunately, in most of the recent cases, the risk of widespread impact and further transmission in the schools was deemed low by Public Health, who indicated that “physical distancing was maintained while at school and a mask was worn.” At present, there are no confirmed…

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Superintendent’s Update – Sept. 11

As we end this first week of in-class learning, I would like to give a big thank you to everybody. Thank you to our parents for your support and patience as we continue to work on all the plans and implementation strategies. Thank you to all our division staff who have worked so hard to prepare our buildings to be ready for students. As I toured schools this week, it was a pleasure and a joy to see…

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Board Appoints Chair and Vice Chair

The Board of Trustees has appointed Mr. Ron Falk as Board Chair and Mr. Rick Peters as Board Vice Chair for the upcoming 2020-21 school year. As voted on by trustees, the annual appointments are for a term of one year and are effective immediately. Ron Falk was first elected as a school trustee in 1992 and served as Board Chair for 11 years, from 2002-08 and 2014-19. Ron served as…

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Superintendent’s Update – Aug. 25

The Government of Manitoba has mandated the use of non-medical masks in all schools. As per the provincial directive, all students in Grades 4-12, and all staff and visitors are required to wear non-medical masks where 2-metre physical distancing is not possible. Bus drivers and all school bus passengers in Grades 4-12 are required to wear non-medical masks on the bus. Parents/Guardians will continue to choose…

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Province Updates Mask Requirement

The province has announced that non-medical masks will be mandatory in all schools for students in Grades 4-12, staff and visitors when physical distancing is not possible. Parents and caregivers will continue to choose whether younger students should wear a mask. All students in Grade 4-12 and bus drivers will also be required to wear… Read More

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Message from the Superintendent/CEO

As September approaches, I would like to begin with another opportunity to say thank you. Thank you for your partnership, your support, and your willingness to make the best of the circumstances we have found ourselves in these last few months. Thank you for pulling together alongside your children, our teachers, and schools to implement distance learning opportunities in homes across our division. On behalf of…

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Manitoba Education Announces Plans

The Manitoba Government  has announced their plan for Welcoming Our Students Back. View Government Announcement. Hanover School Division will now take some time to prepare our plan to align with Manitoba Education’s plan and will publish it by mid-August. Each of our schools will then further develop their return to school plans based on space and resources, working… Read More

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New Vice-Principal for Landmark Collegiate

Hanover School Division Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Scott Reimer has been appointed as vice-principal of Landmark Collegiate, effective the 2020-21 school year. Scott has been a teacher at Steinbach Regional Secondary School since 2014, having most recently served…

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