Manitoba’s Excellence in Education Awards

Since 2006, Manitoba has recognized exceptional educators whose outstanding educational practices have a deep and lasting impact on student achievement, engagement and well-being. Manitoba’s Excellence in Education Awards are…

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Remembrance Day

All schools will be closed on Friday, Nov. 11. Remembrance Day provides an opportunity for all Canadians to recognize the contribution our Veterans have made and to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of…

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Phone System Outages

Phone service has been fully restored. Our phone provider was able to locate and repair a damaged line that was the HSD main phone line.

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School Bus Safety Week

The third full week of October is observed as School Bus Safety Week in Manitoba. Manitoba Education and Early Childhood Learning bases its annual theme on the National Association of Pupil Transportation (NAPT) poster contest theme. Typically, this theme is directed at a specific group (e.g. students; the motoring public). The week is an…

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Orange Shirt Day

Since 2013, Sept. 30 has also been recognized in Canada as Orange Shirt Day. This began as a grassroots, Indigenous-led initiative to acknowledge the journeys of residential school survivors and their families, to remember those who did not survive and to recognize that every child matters. As Orange Shirt Day approaches on Sept. 30, the Manitoba government is…

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

For a second year, the Manitoba government will recognize Sept. 30 as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. View provincial news release. The day of observation advances reconciliation, allows Manitobans to reflect on residential school experiences of First Nations, Métis and Inuit. Schools in…

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Day of Mourning

The province is recognizing Sept. 19 as a day of mourning to encourage Manitobans to honour and pay their respects to Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. As indicated in the provincial news release, all non-essential government services and…

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Peace Days – Sept. 15-21

The Honourable Wayne Ewasko, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Learning has proclaimed Sept. 15-21, 2022 as Peace Days. The proclamation is intended to increase public awareness of the importance of peace and to help students learn more about their duties as citizens in promoting peace an compassion.

View Proclamation (PDF)

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Welcome Back to School

A hearty welcome to all students and staff as we launch the 2022-2023 school year today! Thank you to our custodial staff who have worked tirelessly over the summer readying our schools. Wishing you a great day!

Respectfully,

Shelley Amos, Superintendent/CEO
Hanover School Division

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School Zone Speed Limits in Effect

With the new school year about to begin, a friendly reminder that reduced speed limits in school zones are back in effect as of September 1. Watch for increased pedestrian and bike traffic near schools. Please slow down and help keep our kids safe!

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