News & Announcements

Registration 2022-2023

Click on the above link for details on students registration (dates/times, schedules, fees, lockers). A reminder that on Sep. 7, only Grade 9 students attend classes and on Sep. 8, all students attend classes.

Update on DRCSS Air Handling Units

The Province and MVSD continue to work together to move forward with the replacement of the DRCSS Air Handling Units (AHUs) with priority given to the AHU that is currently not operational.  This is a large-scale project, and the required background work is taking place to ensure that all the AHU’s will be replaced in due course.  This will not affect the start of school as classes will be scheduled for areas where ventilation is adequate, similar to the final semester of last year.  For further details, please click on the above link.

Exterior Wifi Access at Schools

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.

TIMETABLE CHANGES

For Timetable changes it is important for you to follow the directions
below. Changes will not be made otherwise.
1. Email: [email protected]
2. In the subject area enter Timetable
3. Remember to include your name and phone number where you
can be reached.
We will get back to you as soon as possible.

MVSD News Digest - June 27, 2022

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.

MVSD News Digest - Jun. 13, 2022

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.

National Indigenous Peoples Day

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!
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