HSD Schools Moving to Critical (Red) Level

The Chief Provincial Public Health Officer has announced that effective November, 24, 2020, the Hanover School Division will move to the Critical (Red) level of the #MBRestart Pandemic Response System. This action is taken as a preventative safety measure in response to the increased test positivity rate in Steinbach and

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Divisional Preparedness and Updates

Although the Southern Health-Santé Sud region is at the Critical Level (Red), all HSD schools remain in the Restricted Level (Orange). The province sets pandemic response levels for schools. We ultimately hope to return to a safer response level in our communities but…

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Southern Health Region – Critical Level (Red)

Pandemic response planning for schools has focused on the safety and health of students, staff, and families while ensuring reasonable measures are in place to minimize the risk of transmission and exposure to the virus in school settings. As per the Chief Provincial Public Health Officer, effective Monday, Nov. 9, 2020, the Southern Health-Santé Sud Region will be operating in the Critical Level (Red) of…

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Schedule Change for HSD Schools

Important Schedule Change Dear Parents/Guardians, HSD Senior Administration, The Hanover Teachers Association, and the Board of Trustees have made the following decision in order to support planning time for our teachers. We have made a scheduling change for all HSD schools. The professional development day initially scheduled for February 26, 2021, has been cancelled. This… Read More

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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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Schools Moved to Restricted Level (orange)

Pandemic response planning for schools has focused on the safety and health of students, staff, and families while ensuring reasonable measures are in place to minimize the risk of transmission and exposure to the virus in school settings. As per the Chief Provincial Public Health Officer, effective Monday, Nov. 2, 2020, the Southern Health-Santé Sud Region will be operating in the Restricted Level (orange) of the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System…

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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 Measures Announced – WPG Metro Region

Pandemic response planning for schools has focused on the safety and health of students, staff, and families while ensuring reasonable measures are in place to minimize the risk of transmission and exposure to the virus in school settings. As per the Chief Provincial Public Health Officer, effective Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, schools in the Winnipeg Metro Region will be…

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Thought Exchange – Parent/Guardian Feedback

We have now entered into the seventh week of our return to modified in-class learning. Like all school divisions, there have been many success stories and some challenges along the way. On behalf of our schools, we would like to take this opportunity to check-in via Thought Exchange and ask for…

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Announced COVID-19 Cases

As you are likely aware, this past week, we dealt with our first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in HSD schools. Public Health identified individual cases in Kleefeld, Mitchell, Steinbach and Niverville. Although not unexpected, the announced cases in our…

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