June Sixer News

Our 33 grads will tell you that as of June 7, 2022, there are 8 days of regular classes and 22 days till grad. Here are some important dates in the month of June. Thursday, June 9, Grade 7 and 8 Track Meet at StoneyBrook Middle School Friday, June 10, Annual Landmark Collegiate Talent Show Monday, June 13, HSD Professional Development Day – No School Friday, June 17, Last Day of Classes for grade 10 – 12 Monday, June 20,… Read More

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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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Spectators at Sport Events

We are happy to say that we can now have spectators at HSD schools for all sporting events. Here is some pertinent information: All spectators over the age of 18 must show proof of being fully vaccinated (QR Code either on your cell phone or vaccination card.) and government issued photo identification (ex. driver’s license). We anticipate this to change after March 1. Those under the age of 18 do not need to be vaccinated to attend Masks covering the… Read More

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February Sixer News

I want to first thank the students, staff, and parents for a fantastic week of remote learning. We had amazing engagement, but we were glad to be back for in-person learning despite all the snow day interruptions. There are no real changes in how we are doing school except for some spacing adjustments in band and choir. We are just completing the first semester for grade 10 – 12 students. Since we cancelled our formal assessment week, the snow days… Read More

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Driver Z Program

Registration for Driver Z’s Winter/Spring term is still open. Many of our March and April course still have many spots available. All courses are available to view on our  Course Finder  website. Please visit our  website  for more information regarding the Driver Z program.

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December News

Here are some updates as we head into the last three weeks before the Christmas Break. But first I want to thank everyone in the community for all the ways that you have supported us in the last year. It is one of the things that makes working in our school so great. Report cards and parent teacher interviews. Please check the parent portal as report cards were posted there on Friday, Nov. 19. If you missed parent teacher night,… Read More

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Meet the Teacher

Meet the Teacher night is on Thursday, September 9th from 4:15-7:00pm.  Appointments are required and can be made by going to the parent portal or contacting the school.  For more information please click here

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May News

With the introduction of some extra curricular activities last month, it has felt a little more normal around here. We are still having the annual LC (Virtual) Talent Show on May 28. All entries are to be submitted to Ms. Friesen by May 14. There are 8 categories for students to enter in including; Art, Short Film, Music Group, Music Solo, Extreme Sport Footage, Dance and 30 Second Talent. Students must follow the public health orders when creating their entry.… Read More

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