News & Announcements

Student Citizenship and AMM George Harbottle Memorial Award

The MVSD Board of Trustees is seeking applications for nomination for the Manitoba School Boards Association (MSBA) Student Citizenship Award.  The George Harbottle Memorial Award, sponsored by the Association of Manitoba Municipalities (AMM), will be selected from amongst the regional MSBA Student Citizenship award winners.  Applications must be received by the MVSD Board of Trustees by January 24, 2020 to be considered for nomination to MSBA. Click on the above link for details!
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Gr. 12 Provincial Exam Bulletin - January 2020

Please be advised that in the event of bus cancellations due to weather, all Gr. 12 provincial exams will continue as scheduled for non-rural students as outlined in the Policies and Procedures for Provincial Tests. Please click on the above link for details and scheduled dates.
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Hours of Operation During Christmas Break

Schools in MVSD will be closed to the public during Christmas break from Dec. 23 to Jan. 3 inclusive and will reopen on Monday, Jan. 6. The Division Office will be closed from Dec. 23-27, and will reopen Monday, Dec. 30 (closed Jan. 1, 2020 for New Year's Day).
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2018-2019 Report to the Community

Mountain View School Division has released its 2018-2019 Community Report, which highlights progress made towards the 2016-2021 Division Plan. Electronic and/or printed copies of the report will be distributed to families via schools.  Printed copies will also be available upon request at local schools and the Division Office.  For more information, please contact the Division Office at (204) 638-3001.
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Miniter of Education Letter

Dear Parents/Guardians and Families,
As I am sure that you have noticed, the use and popularity of e-cigarettes and “vaping” has been increasing in Manitoba. These trends come after years of decreasing smoking rates across the province, particularly among youth.
This trend is concerning as the use of e-cigarettes is not without risk, with evidence emerging around addiction potential and harmful chemicals contained in the vaping liquid. Therefore, as a province, we want to ensure we are being proactive and that tobacco use is not simply being replaced by e-cigarettes.
My office has provided a reminder to all schools that the use of e-cigarettes (as with conventional cigarettes) in any enclosed public space, including schools, is prohibited under The Smoking and Vapour Products Control Act. This prohibition is important to ensure that smoking, be it tobacco or e-cigarettes, is not normalized or thought of as a risk-free activity.
As e-cigarettes are a relatively new technology, we want to ensure that parents are also able to access clear and balanced information to be able to talk to their children. We know that nobody is more influential on a young person’s decisions than their parents and would therefore like to encourage you to explore the resources available from
Health Canada -
Please take the time to examine this information and to share it with others.
Best wishes for a successful and enjoyable school year.

Kelvin Goertzen
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