NCI Middle Years Musical Production

NCI would like to extend an invitation to the performance of the musical “The Return of the Glass Slipper” this week. It will be at 7 PM on Wednesday December 12th and Thursday December 13th. Tickets are available at the door: $5/adults, $2 for under 18. Cookies and cider will be sold at intermission.

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Christmas Spirit Week!

The week of December 17th to 21st will be Christmas Spirit Week at NCI! Daily dress-up themes are… MONDAY- PJ Day TUESDAY- Christmas Hat Day WEDNESDAY- Formal Day THURSDAY- Red and Green Day FRIDAY- Christmas Sweater Day Show your holiday spirit NCI! CHRISTMAS SPIRIT WEEK 2018  

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New Attendance Procedures

December 3, 2018 Good morning Parents and Guardians, Please be advised that we have reviewed and adjusted our attendance procedures. Please note that we have changed the time of when we send out a message to parents/guardians regarding absent students in the morning, and added another automated call and email for the afternoon. The message at the end of the day will continue to be sent at 6:00 PM. via email and phone call. Morning Absence or Late:  Please contact… Read More

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Cold Weather Outerwear for Grade 5 & 6

Good afternoon Parents/ Guardians of Grade 5&6 students: As the weather changes and the temperatures begin to drop, we would like to ask that students come dressed for the weather conditions when coming to school.  Please be advised that all grade 5 and 6 students are expected to head outside for both morning and afternoon recess, and the 35 minute lunch recess. We would encourage all students to wear clothing that allows them to be warm and safe outside. Also,… Read More

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Enchanted Forest Book Fair

Dear Parents/Guardians: Reading for pleasure unlocks the power of information and imagination and helps children discover who they are. Here’s what you can do to help children develop stronger reading skills and a love for reading: Set the example. Let children see you read. Have a collection of books in your home. Update this collection routinely to keep up with changing tastes and reading skills. Support our school’s Book Fair. Allow your children to choose their own books to read.… Read More

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Spare Bus Drivers Wanted

Hanover School Division is actively looking for new Spare Bus Drivers.  This is a great casual part time job where you control the amount you want to work.  Hanover School Division Transportation Department provides all of the training you need to be a successful bus driver.  If you are interested please email  rwarkentin@hsd.ca  for more information.

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Report Cards and Parent Teacher Interviews

Term 1 Report cards for Grades 5-12 will be uploaded into the HSD Parent Portals on Friday November 9, 2018 in the morning. Parent Teacher Interviews for Grades 5-12 will be held Thursday November 15, 2018 from 4:30-7:30pm. To book your 10 appointment please book online through the HSD Parent Portal or call the school for assistance.

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Tell Them From Me/OurSCHOOL Student Survey

Dear Parents or Guardians: Re:      Tell Them From Me/OurSCHOOL Survey for Grades 4 to 12 Students, 2018/2019 As part of our ongoing efforts to increase school effectiveness, Manitoba Education and Training will continue with the implementation of an online student survey called Tell Them From Me/OurSCHOOL (TTFM/OurSCHOOL). This is a well-known survey tool which gives students the opportunity to express their thoughts anonymously in terms of various school improvement initiatives. TTFM/OurSCHOOL was created by The Learning Bar (TLB) and is… Read More

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Provincial Assessment Results

PROVINCE EXPANDS POSTING OF PROVINCIAL ASSESSMENT RESULTS – – – Divisional Grade 12 Provincial Exam Results Posted For First Time in 20 Years The Manitoba government has resumed the practice of publishing results of Grade 12 provincial tests at the school division level, Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced today. “Sharing these results reflects our government’s commitment to greater transparency and public engagement, and helps us understand where we need to focus our efforts,” said Goertzen.  “We encourage school… Read More

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