The indefinite suspension of classroom learning requires us to adapt and transform how we deliver education to the 8,400 students in our care. With your help, our schools have developed flexible and innovative ways to accommodate the learning needs of our students. The purpose of this website is to provide parents/caregivers with access to supportive resources for teaching and learning at home.

Latest News View All

Self-Screening for Return of Students

Dear Parents/Caregivers, We look forward to seeing our students again, if only for a short time before the summer break. Beginning on June 8th, our schools will participate in a limited reopening. As we prepare to welcome your children back into our school facilities, it’s important to note that the safety of students, teachers, school staff and families remains paramount, which is why we continue to rely on the advice provided by public health officials. Your help in keeping our… Read More

in: Superintendent's Message

Limited Reopening of HSD Schools

Dear Parents/Caregivers, We would love to see your child in school before the end of June. As communicated by the province, June will be a time of transitioning from Learning at Home to a very limited school reopening. The reopening of our schools in June will not be a return to in-class learning, and there will be no new instruction for students who attend school. The primary purpose of reopening our schools is to reconnect with our students, focus on… Read More

in: Superintendent's Message

Phase 2 Limited Reopening of Schools

The Province of Manitoba has released its draft plan for phase 2 of Restoring Safe Services – Manitoba’s Pandemic Economic Roadmap for Recovery. Included within the plan is the limited reopening of schools, to allow for assessment and transition support. The reopening of our schools is very encouraging news and a positive first step. Schools will reopen with limited access beginning Monday, June 1, 2020. As outlined by the province, the primary purpose of reopening is to support students, focusing… Read More

in: Superintendent's Message