Division News

Join the June 10th board meeting by livestream

June 5th, 2020

At the June 10th board meeting: Assistant Superintendent Mark Thiesen will present the Three-Year Education Plan – Summary of Key Strategies Facilities Director Tracy Tyreman will provide a Facilities Update to the board The board will determine next year’s board meeting schedule Delegations regarding the Electoral Ward Review will be presented to the board Read […]

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School playgrounds reopen to the public

June 3rd, 2020

As part of the province’s stage 1 relaunch, our school playgrounds have reopened to the public with some restrictions. Playground users must comply with gathering restrictions and maintain physical distancing of 2 metres between individuals not from the same household. To ensure the safety of children, families and communities, individuals should take precautions when visiting […]

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Board approves balanced budget for 2020-2021

May 29th, 2020

At their May 27th meeting, the board approved a balanced budget for the 2020-2021 school year with budgeted revenues and expenses of $58.9 million. The budget was prepared on the principle of ensuring fairness and equity across the division. It also assumes that students will return to normal school in the fall with minimal impact […]

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Three Neerlandia students receive Citizenship Awards

May 29th, 2020

The school board recognizes students who make positive contributions to their school and community with Citizenship Awards. Congratulations to the latest recipients from Neerlandia Public Christian School: Nathan Batty – Grade 6 Mackenzie De Vries – Grade 7 Carter Greilach – Grade 9 Read stories about all the Citizenship Award recipients. Board chair Jennifer Tuininga […]

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Planning for re-entry in the fall

May 28th, 2020

We recognize and appreciate the work our teachers have been doing to make learning-at-home possible. Everyone has had to adjust their lives and the way they do their jobs and our teachers have a tremendous job while while prioritizing the needs of their students. As the current school year winds down, no doubt many of […]

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Year End Q&A

May 21st, 2020

About nine weeks has passed since the province announced the closure of all K-12 schools. The professionalism demonstrated by our staff has been outstanding but we know that learning-at-home has posed various challenges for families. The spring weather may be tempting students to put aside their assignments and pursue other activities; a June phenomenon that […]

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