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Student Drop-Off & Pick-Up

Parents/Guardians, In consideration of student safety and well-being, we are asking that parents NOT use the rear staff parking lot for dropping off or picking up students at any time of the day.  Designated drop-off and pick-up zones are located in front of the school along 3rd Street South. Thank you for your cooperation!

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Chromebook Insurance (Opt-Out/Decline)

Dear Parent/Guardian, All Hanover School Division students in Grades 9-12 have been issued a Chromebook (rugged educational version). Chromebook 1:1 enhances learning by creating a personalized student-centred learning environment that expands learning beyond the classroom. Hanover School Division owns the Chromebooks at all times, whereas students are fully responsible for device protection and care. Chromebook insurance is a low cost non-refundable insurance premium that fully protects against accidental loss/damage or theft of the Chromebook. Insurance coverage allows for a maximum… Read More

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NCI PAC Annual Planning Meeting & Newsletter

A reminder to parents of the NCI PAC Annual Planning Meeting – Monday September 17th at 6 pm in the library. All parents are welcome! Also, please follow the link to the NCI Parent Advisory Council’s parent newsletter.  Stay tuned for monthly publications with future issues containing articles written by parent volunteers. NCI PAC Newsletter September 2018

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Principal’s Message

Dear Parents/Guardians: I hope everyone had a safe and relaxing summer. The first week of school is now behind us and I thought I would send you a short message welcoming you to Niverville Collegiate Institute or back for another school year. Here at NCI, it’s all about Our Kids and their learning. We focus not just on the curriculum, sports and the arts but also on the characteristics and qualities that we would like to see in our students once they… Read More

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