Physical Education & Health and Wellness

​​​​Planned and balanced physical education programming develops knowledge, skills, and attitudes for active and healthy lifestyles among students. At Frontier School Division, we ensure Kindergarten to Grade 8 students receive a minimum of 30 minutes of physical education per day.

For more information about the physical education curriculum Frontier follows, visit the Province of Manitoba’s Physical Education Curriculum resource

Frontier’s Physical Education and Health Education school programs include:

  • Healthy Foods Policy
  • ​Physical Activity Program
  • Frontier Games
  • CAMP (Circus and Magic Performing Arts)
  • Kids on the Move
  • Health Week (May)
  • NOT Program (Not on Tobacco) Smoking
  • Diabetes Awareness 
  • DARE (Drug Awareness) RCMP
  • Physical Education/Physical Health Classes
  • Outdoor Education/Leadership
  • Intramurals
  • MHSAA (Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association) Grades 9-12
  • Manitoba Winter/Summer Games
  • North American Indigenous Games
  • Canoe Trip, Level 1 Course

For further information about Physical Education, please contact:

Heather Lowe
Health, Wellness & Physical Education Coordinator​​

Brian McMillan (Mick)
Physical Education Coordinator​​​

Frontier Games

High School Games