Fair Trade Festival in December!

NMS is partnering with Ten Thousand Villages to host its annual Fair Trade Festival. We will be open to the community December 9th & 10th from 4:00 – 8:30 pm in the Learning Commons. We will have amazing gifts for every age!

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Message from the Minister of Education Re: E-Cigarettes

Dear Parents/Guardians and Families, As I am sure that you have noticed, the use and popularity of e-cigarettes and “vaping” has been increasing in Manitoba. These trends come after years of decreasing smoking rates across the province, particularly among youth. This trend is concerning as the use of e-cigarettes is not without risk, with evidence emerging around addiction potential and harmful chemicals contained in the vaping liquid. Therefore, as a province, we want to ensure we are being proactive and… Read More

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Provider Selected for NHS Childcare Space

Hanover School Division is pleased to announce that a 5-year agreement has been reached with Growing Minds Childcare Centre Inc. to provide community childcare services in the newly opened Niverville High School. Growing Minds was selected as the provider of choice through an open RFP that was closed on Oct. 25, 2019. Opening date of the childcare centre is not yet finalized. All service inquiries should be directed to Growing Minds Director, Rhonda Kenning at 204-388-6113 or by email at… Read More

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Plastic Bag Collection

For the next 3 weeks, SWAG will be coordinating the Bag Up Manitoba program. Here is your chance to finally rid your house of all those unwanted plastic bags!!! Send all of your plastic bags to NMS with your son/daughter or drop them off at the office. The bags will be recycled into bird feeders, planters, frisbees and benches. Plastic items accepted: grocery bags retail bags newspaper sleeves produce bags bread bags ice bags bubble wrap case over wrap pellet… Read More

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SWAG Social Justice News

Our social justice group, SWAG (Students Working Around the Globe), is having a bake sale next Thursday in the main foyer. This year we will be raising money for the OSU Children’s Library Fund in Ghana. Stop by and purchase a goody and learn about this wonderful project and how it all got started. On Monday, NMS will once again be participating in Bag Up Manitoba. Students and staff can bring in all of their plastic bags from home which… Read More

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Message from School Admin

Dear Parents/Guardians: We hope everyone had a safe and relaxing summer! Niverville has long been known for its sense of community, and as we embark on this new chapter that is Niverville Middle School, we will strive to maintain and build that same sense of community.  We believe that the values we have identified in our NMS CAREs statement are values that reflect what parents are also trying to instill, as we work cooperatively to teach children: to Contribute to… Read More

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Back-to-School Tips for Parents

The return to classes is an exciting but stressful time for most families. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to make the transition easier, no matter how old your kids are. Stick to a sleep schedule – From toddlers to teenagers, maintaining a sleep schedule is a surprisingly effective way to feel better and be more productive. Going to bed and waking up at the same time every day – including on weekends – definitely improves the… Read More

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