Limited Reopening of Schools

The Province of Manitoba has released its draft plan for phase 2 of Restoring Safe Services – Manitoba’s Pandemic Economic Roadmap for Recovery. Included within the plan is the limited reopening of schools, to allow for assessment and transition support. The reopening of our schools is very encouraging news and a positive first step. Schools will reopen with limited access beginning…

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School Playgrounds Reopening

Playgrounds Open In consultation with the Manitoba School Boards Association, Hanover School Division will be reopening play structures, swings, and nature playgrounds (effective Tuesday, May 19, 2020). However, basketball and volleyball courts will remain closed until further notice. Please be advised that our playground equipment has not been cleaned or sanitized, nor will sanitizer be… Read More

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Playgrounds Remain Closed

Hanover School Division is awaiting direction from public health officials regarding the safe use of our playgrounds. Until we receive further clarification, the use of all playground equipment (including basketball courts, nature playgrounds, swings, etc.) is not permitted. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

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HSD Appoints Interim Superintendent/CEO

The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Shelley Amos to the position of interim Superintendent/CEO of Hanover School Division, following the retirement of Randy Dueck at the end of this school year. Mrs. Amos brings 26 years of administrative and instructional experience to her new appointment, having most recently served as…

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Recognizing 2020 Graduates

Students from Green Valley School, Landmark Collegiate, Niverville High School, and Steinbach Regional Secondary School received a surprise greeting today from their teachers and school administrators. A parade of honking vehicles and cheering teachers was seen in each of the communities, as teachers delivered…

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Week Five of Learning at Home

We are now into week five of Learning at Home. Families, schools, school divisions, educational partners, and Manitoba Education are working together to ensure learning continues at home. Indeed, we are all in this together. The indefinite suspension of classroom learning has brought forth new challenges for students and parents/caregivers alike, and this has led to many questions. To ensure easy access to answers, we have created a Frequently Asked Questions page on our Learning at Home website. The FAQ page will provide answers to…

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Thought Exchange Results

Thank you to all who participated and provided feedback in our parent/caregiver Thought Exchange held April 17-24, 2020. Participants were asked the following question: As we continue developing Learning at Home, how can we support you? Over 600 participants shared 584 thoughts and assigned 16, 059 stars! Your feedback will help us better understand the needs of our school communities during this period of suspended classroom learning, and…

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WiFi Extended to Bothwell and Kleefeld

Free WiFi service has been extended to the school communities of Bothwell and Kleefeld. WiFi on site is a pilot project intended to support Learning@Home. The two communities announced today are in addition to the service offered in Blumenort, Grunthal, and Mitchell. The HSD Free WiFi Network is accessible 8:00 am – 8:00 pm daily, and users must be within…

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WiFi Service Extended Blumenort, Grunthal, and Mitchell

Hanover School Division has extended high-speed Internet service to three additional communities in Blumenort, Grunthal, and Mitchell. This will facilitate Learning@Home by providing school communities that have limited access to high-speed Internet service, with FREE high-speed filtered Internet via a designated access point on school property. In addition to the Landmark service…

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Learning at Home – Parent/Caregiver Feedback

We will soon be entering the fourth week of Learning at Home. It’s time for a check-in. To gather your feedback, we are using Thought Exchange – an online tool that will allow participants to share their thoughts as a collective voice. Participants will be asked the following question: As we continue developing Learning at Home, how can we support you? The exchange will be open from April 17-24, 2020. You can participate as…

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