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
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
This is just a friendly reminder about the upcoming BINGO fundraiser being hosted by the NCI Parent Advisory Council. Students wishing to play bingo must have a parent or guardian with them to purchase their card. Special thanks in advance to the following canteen and game sponsors: Stainless Concepts Sean Dieno The Insulator RBC Steinbach GORP Joe’s Fitness Ruff Mutts Steeped Tea – Heather Miller HSD and NCI Hawksley Design Niverville Credit Union Please click the link for details about the event!….. Bingo Event Details We… Read More
On October 17, 2018, cannabis (also known as “marijuana” or “pot”) will become available for sale, legally and for recreational purposes, across Canada. At that time, cannabis will become more available and more visible than ever before. After October 17, kids may see more people using cannabis and the shops where cannabis is sold. This may result in them asking questions about the use and sale of cannabis. Given the risks and harms of using or possessing cannabis, and the… Read More
Congratulations to Shayna Pastoor and Carly Mahoney who were recently recognized as Rural High School Athletes of the Week for their athletic and leadership contributions to our Varsity Girls Soccer team. They, along with their teammates, will be competing in the Rural High School Soccer Provincials this weekend in Swan River.
Students and Parents, Please join NCI and SWAG in collecting donations for Siloam Mission! New and unused items currently being accepted are toothbrushes/toothpaste, deodorant, reusable water bottles, adult socks, mitts/gloves and tuques/winter hats. Thank you for your support!
We had a great Terry Fox Run at NCI last Thursday and we are still in the middle of our “Toonie for Terry” fundraiser with our sights set firmly on our $1200 goal. We have already raised $568 to date. Students can bring in a toonie (or larger donation) from now until October 18th. Please help support this extremely worthy cause.
Dear Parents/Guardians and Families, As you may be aware the Federal government has passed the Cannabis Act, which will come into force on October 17, 2018. In Manitoba, possession and use of non-medicinal cannabis will be legal for adults 19 years of age and older. There are a number of key cannabis facts that young people and parents should understand. It is generally accepted by the medical community that young people are more likely to experience harm from regular use… Read More
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!