April News

Welcome Back. I hope everyone had a great break and now we head into the final three months of the school year. We are continuing to add more opportunities for students to engage in at the school. We are now able to play instruments and sing in band and choir classes. There are a number of safety protocols that we need to implement, but we are happy that we can start making music again. Varsity Volleyball and Basketball practices are… Read More

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March News

We are now in the routine of second semester and the changes we made seem to be working. Although not ideal, our teachers are reporting more success in working with our grade 10 – 12 students every day. As you know we recently made some staffing changes. Mr. David Kroeker has taken over from Mr. Reimer who is on sick leave and will soon be on paternity leave till end of May. Ms. Myall has taken over Mr. Kroeker’s afternoon… Read More

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Sixer Update February 2021

Hard to believe we are at the midpoint of the school year. Although it’s been challenging for students, staff, and parents, I want to thank everyone for their perseverance and doing their best in the circumstances.  Although we do not know what the second semester will look like, we will continue to try to find ways to make learning meaningful for all students. The positive attitude by students and staff has been inspirational and goes a long way to making… Read More

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January News

Happy New Year! We hope everyone had an enjoyable and restful holiday season.  From all of us at Landmark Collegiate, we would like to wish everyone a terrific 2021. Starting January 4, Hanover School Division moved from Restricted Level Red to Restricted Level Orange. However, Manitoba Education is requiring that for the two-week period of January 4 – 15, all students in grade 7 to 12 will be in remote learning. The hope is that on Monday, January 18, Landmark… Read More

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December News

Well here we go again. A new month, a new plan. It seems every month this space has been used to describe a new education plan that has changed from the previous month. On Tuesday, Nov 24, 2020, all Hanover Schools were ordered to move into Critical (Red) Level of the #MBRestart Pandemic Response System.  This meant that all students were moved to teacher-led remote learning. This version of remote learning is not going to be like it was in… Read More

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Sixer Update Nov 13

Report Cards Report Cards will be posted on the parent portal today at 3:30. We will not be providing print report cards this year. Parent Teacher Meetings – Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020 Our teachers attempt to communicate on a regular basis throughout the year with parents. Parent teacher meetings are another opportunity to discuss your child’s learning at school. This year we will not be able to hold in person meetings. However, we will have virtual parent-teacher interviews on Thursday,… Read More

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Thank You to the Community

The staff at Landmark Elementary and Landmark Collegiate would like to thank the parents and the community for the overwhelming support we have received in the last while. There have been many positive emails and notes of encouragement and that has meant a lot to all the staff as we work hard to make learning a meaningful and enjoyable experience for your (our) kids. Thanks as well to those who organized and contributed to the appreciation lunch we received today.… Read More

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November News

  There are no changes for schools despite the Winnipeg Metro region (Including Landmark) moving to code red. Schools remain in the Level Orange Restricted level. The rest of Hanover is now at the same level as Landmark. However today Public health officials are advising the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region that anyone who is symptomatic, or has a household member who is symptomatic, the entire household needs to self-isolate. The symptomatic individual needs to stay in their own room and, if… Read More

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Roseau River Anishinaabe First Nation Sons of the Drum Presentation

We are excited that Hanover School Division has this year partnered with Sons of the Drum from the Roseau River Anishinaabe First Nation (RRAFN) around the commemoration of Orange Shirt Day.  Orange Shirt Day is held on September 30th to remember and learn about the tragedy and turmoil of the residential school system in Canada and the on-going legacy that is left in its path.  You can find out more about Orange Shirt Day by visiting the website: https://www.orangeshirtday.org/ Jason Henry,… Read More

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Farewell Mr Wallace

Today Hanover School Division announced today that Mr. Link Wallace will be transferred to Kleefeld School. The Hanover School Division made this administrative decision, based on the broader perspective of the division and the development of leadership teams in each of its schools. Landmark Collegiate has been blessed to have Link work in our school first as a learning support teacher and recently as our vice principal and guidance counselor. The process to find a replacement vice principal and guidance… Read More

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