New & Announcements

Premier of Manitoba visits…

On February 23, 2024 Duke of Marlborough students were greeted by Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew and Thompson MLA, Eric Redhead.  Students sang O'Canada as they entered the school in 4 languages (Cree, Innu, English and French). We are grateful that they were able to take…

Feb 26, 2024

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Collaborative Effort to Establish…

Staff and community members from West Lynn Heights School, Thunderbird School, and Leaf Rapids Education Centre, along with Division and Area 1 staff, united to lay the groundwork for a new Indigenous Land-Based Learning space.   During the planning session, each school…

Feb 23, 2024

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OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTION…

Nominations are invited for the Frontier School Division Outstanding Employee Contribution Award 2024.  This award recognizes employees who demonstrate one or more of the following:   Proficiency in their area of responsibility; Contribution to the Division as an employee;…

Feb 8, 2024

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West Lynn Heights School…

From January 29 to February 1, 2024, West Lynn Heights students and staff were immersed in daily Indigenous land-based learning activities. The days were filled with learning that included the setting up of a prospector tent, learning about traditional uses of muskgege…

Feb 8, 2024

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Cranberry Portage Elementary…

Over the course of two days, students from grades 7 and 8 at Cranberry Portage Elementary participated in an array of activities centered around winter camping. They learned the art of setting up prospector tents, an essential skill for winter survival and comfort on the…

Jan 31, 2024

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Thunderbird School Embracing…

Thunderbird School students in South Indian Lake spent some time out on the land with staff.  Students from Grades 4 through 10 stepped out of the classroom into the natural surroundings of their school's backyard. They engaged in a variety of hands-on activities, including…

Jan 23, 2024

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Area 5 Traditional Teachings…

Jack River School and Helen Betty Osborne Ininiw Education Resource Centre staff and students learned how to skin and stretch beaver pelts, as well as a brief history of the trapping industry as part of their land-based teachings and science classes. Elder Charles Muchikekwanape…

Jan 15, 2024

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