Self-Isolation Protocols for Winnipeg Metro

Public health officials are advising the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region that anyone who is symptomatic, or has a household member who is symptomatic, the entire household needs to self-isolate. The symptomatic individual needs to stay in their own room and, if possible, use their own bathroom and not use common areas. Exemptions are in place for asymptomatic household members if they are a health-care worker or first responder…

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Thought Exchange Results

Thank you to all who participated in our recent Thought Exchange that was open from Oct. 20-25, 2020. We asked parents/guardians the following question,, Reflecting upon your child’s experience within the current classroom/school environment, how can we best support the learning process for your child? A total of 1,149 participants responded, sharing 874 thoughts and assigning 35,763 stars. View a summary of the top 25 thoughts as rated by participants…

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School Support Staff Recognition Week

This past week, the Manitoba Government issued a proclamation declaring Sept. 28 – Oct. 2, 2020, as School Support Staff Recognition Week. The order honours the work done every day by school support staff for Manitoba’s students in Kindergarten to Grade 12 schools. This is so well deserved…

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Public Health – Town of Niverville and RM of Taché

The Chief Provincial Public Health Officer announced that the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region will be moved to the Orange/Restricted level under the Province’s Pandemic Response System effective Monday, September 28, 2020. Included within this region are the Town of Niverville and the RM of Taché. Health orders under this new level are being applied in a focused manner and do not currently change any of the measures related to…

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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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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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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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