EVERY MANITOBAN HAS A STAKE
IN THE FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN
As taxpayers, it is your right to speak up and be heard. Remaining silent
should not be an option when it comes to how your tax money is used concerning our kids, their future and our society’s future.
HOW WILL MANITOBANS
BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE?
SEND IN A LETTER to the K-12 Commission and your MLA (they work for You!)
SIGN UP for one of the Interactive Public Workshops, https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/educationreview/consultation.html
APPLY TO BE HEARD at one of the Public Hearings,https://forms.gov.mb.ca/brief-k12-commission/
PARTICIPATE in the online surveys
WHAT CAN I DO
TO MAKE MY VOICE HEARD
Stay informed on this issue. Talk to your local school board. Connect with Prairie Spirit School Division. Look for information in your e-mail, the paper, and listen to local radio for updates as well. All of these mediums will be used to share information and provide
updates as they become available.
You are strongly encouraged to participate in this review, whether it is speaking at a public meeting, sending in an online submission or completing the survey when it becomes available, it is critical that your voice be heard.
on Kindergarten to
Grade 12 Education
470 - 800 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3G 0N4
CONTACT INFORMATION - PSSD BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Secretary Treasurer: Jill Mangin
YOUR LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD
IS WORKING FOR YOU
Local citizens have had an active voice in shaping the educational system that we have in the Prairie Spirit School Division. Over the years local voices have made local choices, resulting in huge benefits to our children. Some decisions that were made locally are:
- offering a K-12 French Immersion program;
- providing a wide variety of technical vocational programs to all 8 high schools in the division;
- implementing colony blended delivery programming, which has 18 courses taught by 2.12 FTE teachers to 91 students at 11 colony schools;
- providing band, drama and visual arts programming;
- partnering with local groups to operate daycare and early years programming in our schools;
- providing stakeholders the opportunity for meaningful involvement in the creation of the PSSD Strategic Plan;
- participating division in the mRLC foundation math project for grades 4 to 9;
- collaborating with all municipal governments on a number of projects, for example doctor recruitment initiatives, the electoral boundary revision submission and joint facility usage agreements;
- providing additional funding above Provincial support for our Special Education Programs;
- implementing recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission;
- partnering with a number of community groups to support families.
PSSD Education Review Brochure