Welcome Back! Another School Year is Here! - submitted by Stephen Jaddock, Superintendent/CEO
News & Announcements
As students are welcomed back to full in-person learning this fall, the government of Manitoba continues to recommend public health fundamentals are applied as we live with COVID-19. Please click on the above link for updated expectations for schools from Manitoba Education and Early Childhood Learning.
UPDATED May 30, 2022: there will be no students present on Friday, September 30, 2022, which is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Please click on the link to view the 2022-2023 School Calendar. For future reference, school calendars may be found on the MVSD website by clicking on the "Division" header and the "Calendar" link.
In an effort to facilitate ease of summer maintenance for our ICT Team as well as assist in the safety/security of our buildings while staff are not present, our exterior wifi signal will not be active through the summer months.
Congratulations to retirees of Mountain View School Division! We gratefully acknowledge these individuals for their years of dedicated service to our students and wish them all the best in their retirement! Click on the above link for details.
Click on the above link for more info on STEM programming from WISE Kid-Netic Energy, which will be held in Dauphin August 8-12!
The MVSD News Digest, highlighting information from the June 27th Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees is now available! Click on the above link for more info.
Mountain View School Division is pleased to announce the appointment of Jamie Galbraith to the position of Coordinator of Curriculum and Assessment effective September 2022. Click on the above link for details!
The MVSD News Digest, highlighting information from the June 13th Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees is now available! Click on the above link for more info.
Mountain View School Division would like to honour and acknowledge June 21st as National Indigenous Peoples Day. Today is a great day to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis People within our communities. Earlier this year, Manitoba Education and Early Childhood Learning released Mamàhtawisiwin: The Wonder We Are Born With – An Indigenous Education Policy Framework. To learn more, please click on the above link. Wetutoskimetowin: ‘To Work on It Together’. Happy Indigenous Peoples Day!