Mission Statement

To develop persons who are ready to participate fully in society, with confidence and a sense of self-worth, with independent thinking and interpersonal skills and with an appreciation for athletics and the arts.

Friday, May 27 Day 5

  • Lunch options check out the posters in the hall as Lifeworks Lunch Challenge is on
  • Reminder to grads
    • Today is the deadline to hand in your surveys to Ms Nicolle in the office
    •  June 3rd is the deadline to order your Grad Memory Book.  Payment and orders can be placed in the office with Ms Nicolle
  • The gym will be closed today due to the nice weather
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May Sixer News

Hanover School division has created its Land Acknowledgement Statement. It is read every Monday morning during the morning announcements. We will also be reading this at all public events. We acknowledge the traditional territory upon which the schools of Hanover School Division reside as the lands of Treaty 1 territory and the homeland of the Metis people. Hanover School Division operates on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe. In the spirit of truth, reconciliation, and collaboration, we honour our relationship… Read More

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March Sixer News

The second semester is now into full swing. The easing of restrictions is allowing us to make some changes which is making school feel more and more normal. Thanks to our ELA teachers and Ms. Schalm for their efforts in promoting I Love to Read month. We had some excellent participation.  Students and staff read over 315 books with the grade 7 and 8 students leading the way. Report Cards and Assessment: Grade 7/8 report cards will be posted to… Read More

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