Hanover School Division is awaiting direction from public health officials regarding the safe use of our playgrounds. Until we receive further clarification, the use of all playground equipment (including basketball courts, nature playgrounds, swings, etc.) is not permitted. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Thank you to all who participated and provided feedback in our parent/caregiver Thought Exchange held April 17-24, 2020. Participants were asked the following question: As we continue developing Learning at Home, how can we support you? Over 600 participants shared 584 thoughts and assigned 16, 059 stars! Your feedback will help us better understand the needs of our school communities during this period of suspended classroom learning, and guide our efforts in providing learning support to students and parents/caregivers. A… Read More
Free WiFi service has been extended to the school communities of Bothwell and Kleefeld. WiFi on site is a pilot project intended to support Learning@Home. The two communities announced today are in addition to the service offered in Blumenort, Grunthal, Landmark, and Mitchell . The HSD Free WiFi Network is accessible 8:00 am – 8:00 pm daily, and users must be within proximity of the bus loop or parking lot of either school. Community members are reminded to practice proper social distancing when using this… Read More
Hanover School Division has extended high-speed Internet service to three additional communities in Blumenort, Grunthal, and Mitchell. This will facilitate Learning@Home by providing school communities that have limited access to high-speed Internet service, with FREE high-speed filtered Internet via a designated access point on school property. In addition to the Landmark service announced last week, this new pilot project has been extended to students/families from Blumenort School, Green Valley School, South Oaks School, Mitchell Elementary School and Mitchell Middle School. The HSD… Read More
Hanover School Division is committed to finding new and creative ways to support Learning@Home. During this period of suspended classroom learning, HSD is piloting a new high-speed Internet service for our school community in Landmark. The expansion of our wireless footprint will facilitate learning from home by providing communities that have limited access to high-speed Internet service, with FREE high-speed filtered Internet via a designated access point on school property (bus loop). The HSD Free WiFi Network is accessible 8:00… Read More
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. Today we are pleased to announce the launch of Learning@Home . The purpose of this new site is to provide parents/guardians with access to supportive resources for teaching and learning at home.
The COVID-19 situation is rapidly evolving. This FAQ provides further information regarding our schools and protocols in place. Are schools open? Schools are open, and classes are in session as of today. The Minister of Education announced the suspension of classes in all Manitoba K-12 public schools beginning Mar. 23, 2020, and extending through Apr. 10, 2020. This action is a proactive measure to help reduce the potential spread of COVID-19. We understand some families may not feel comfortable sending… Read More
Manitobans are strongly advised to cancel or postpone any non-essential international travel. As per Manitoba Health, self-isolation is recommended for the following groups for 14 days after departing the area, or since their last known contact or exposure: All international travelers returning to Canada (including the USA) Contacts of a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 Laboratory workers exposed during work If symptoms develop during the 14-day self-isolation or self-monitoring period, contact Health Links – Info Santé at 1-888-315-9257 to… Read More