Sigmund Brouwer – at NCI on February 7

NCI is excited to announce that best-selling author, Sigmund Brouwer, will be our guest during “I Love to Read Month”.  On the morning of Wednesday, February 7, Sigmund Brouwer will make a presentation to both the grades 9-12 students and the grades 5-8 students.  In the afternoon he will visit specific classrooms to talk about the writing process, and in the evening we will host him at a Family Literacy Event in the NCI library: “This lively presentation is for… Read More

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Student Council Raffle Winners

2017 – Christmas Hamper Raffle Basket Fundraiser Student Council and NCI would like to thank all of the donors for this very worthy cause. List of Winners: Bundle Up Basket: Ms. Erica Scott Popcorn Basket: Ms. A. Happychuk BSI Basket: Candise Gugenheimer Gift of Health Basket: Mr. Richard Toews Hockey Card Basket: Mr. Craig Cumming Breakfast Basket:  Ms. Cheryl Horn Pizza Night Basket: Candise Gugenheimer Wm. Dyck Basket: Mr. Craig Cumming Chips & Dip Basket: Lisa Zeilstra Italian Night Basket:… Read More

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Basketball Parent-Coach Meeting

To ALL parents of NCI basketball players: There will be a basketball parent-coach meeting at NCI on Tuesday, January 9th at 7:00 pm in the gym. Parents are expected to attend and will have the opportunity to meet their child’s coach and get an idea of what the upcoming season will entail

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Child Poverty Take-Action Project

Hi. My name is Amanda Hofer and I am in a Global Issues class doing an awareness campaign for child poverty as part as my “take action project”. What is child poverty? Child poverty refers to the state of children living in poverty. This applies to children that come from poor families or orphans being raised with limited, or in some cases, absent state resources. In Manitoba 85,110 children live in poverty (2016 statistics). As of 2016, Manitoba also had… Read More

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Winnipeg Pet Rescue Shelter Take Action Project

Nina Dudziak is doing a fundraiser to collect donations for the Winnipeg Pet Rescue Shelter as part of her take action project in the global issues class. Lists of needed items are located in high school classrooms and in the front foyer near the drop off box. Donations will be accepted until December 20th.  Please support this worthy cause!

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NCI Athlete Voted Players’ Choice Award Recipient!

Congratulations to Austin Anderson who received The Player’s Choice Award for the AAAA Boys Volleyball Championship. The award is voted on by all players and is awarded to the athlete who best displays excellent play with outstanding sportsmanship. Well done Austin!

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Fair Trade Festival at NCI!

Ten Thousand Villages is setting up in the NCI library from December 6th to the 8th! Come out and get some great gift ideas and items for that special someone! Festival Hours: Wednesday and Thursday: 8:30-9:00 am, 12:10-1:10 pm, 3:30-4:30 pm and 6:00-7:00 pm Friday: 8:30-9:00 am and 12:10-1:10 pm.

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Holiday Raffle Fundraiser

Parents and Students, From December 6th to 22nd, Student Council will be holding a raffle as part of their Christmas fundraiser to provide food & gift hampers to three local families through Niverville Helping Hands.  Tickets are 3 for $2 or 10 for $5.  Tickets will be on sale Wednesday’s and Friday’s at lunch, and on the evenings of December 6th and 7th at the band concerts.  The draw date is December 22nd.  Be sure to bring some cash for a chance to win some great prizes.  A… Read More

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Student Privacy and Publication

Parents and Guardians, Please be reminded of the following information regarding Student Privacy at public school events: HSD has limited, or no control, over photographs and videos taken by news media and others in public locations, or at school-sanctioned events open to the public – such as sporting events, performances, concerts, and similar events. When members of the public are invited/permitted to attend an event, those in attendance may choose to take student photographs, videos, and/or publish identifying information without… Read More

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