Dear Parents & Guardians, Please be advised that the final report card for 2019/2020 school year will be uploaded to the Parent Portal on Friday, June 26th, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. You can log on to your Parent Portal account to view and opt to print your child’s report card. There will not be any print copies of the report card generated by NMS as per the instruction of Hanover School Division and the Board of Trustees. For those students… Read More
Dear Parents & Guardians, Should you have questions or issues related to the HSD Parent Portal, please contact the school directly so that we can assist in resolving the matter. Please DO NOT contact ICT Chromebook Support for Parent Portal issues. You can contact the school at (204) 388-4731 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your cooperation!
Good day everyone, It gives me great pleasure to announce that Tamra Yorke has been appointed Vice Principal of NMS starting in September. Tamra has spent the last 5 years at SRSS teaching Science and Biology. Prior to that, she spent 13 years teaching middle years at Blumenort School. Tamra was Acting Principal in both schools and is also the current Vice President of the Hanover Teachers’ Association. Please join me, as well as the Board of Trustees and Superintendents… Read More
Hanover School Division Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Craig Cumming has been appointed as principal of Niverville Middle School, effective 2020-2021 school year. Craig is currently the vice-principal of Niverville Middle School, having transitioned from the former Niverville Collegiate Institute in the fall of 2019. Prior to his current role, Craig served as vice-principal of the Niverville Collegiate Institute (2013-2019) and Landmark Collegiate (2012-2013). Before joining the staff in Landmark, he served for 12 years at Niverville… Read More
Dear Parents/Caregivers, We look forward to seeing our students again, if only for a short time before the summer break. Beginning on June 8th, our schools will participate in a limited reopening. As we prepare to welcome your children back into our school facilities, it’s important to note that the safety of students, teachers, school staff and families remains paramount, which is why we continue to rely on the advice provided by public health officials. Your help in keeping our… Read More
After 40 years in education and 36 years serving the community of Niverville as a teacher and principal, Mr. Michael Koester announced that he will be retiring as of June 30, 2020. The staff of NMS would like to thank him for his leadership over the years and wish him the very best as he embarks on the next chapter in his life. Please see the Niverville Citizen article for more details: https://nivervillecitizen.com/news/local/middle-school-principal-announces-retirement
Dear Parents/Caregivers, The Province of Manitoba has released its draft plan for phase 2 of Restoring Safe Services – Manitoba’s Pandemic Economic Roadmap for Recovery. Included within the plan is the limited reopening of schools, to allow for assessment and transition support. The reopening of our schools is very encouraging news and a positive first step. Schools will reopen with limited access beginning Monday, June 1, 2020. As outlined by the province, the primary purpose of reopening is to support… Read More
Dear Parents/Guardians, In consultation with the Manitoba School Boards Association, we will be reopening our play structures, swings, and nature playgrounds (effective Tuesday, May 19, 2020). However, basketball and volleyball courts will remain closed until further notice. Please be advised that our playground equipment has not been cleaned or sanitized, nor will sanitizer be provided. Therefore, the following conditions of usage apply: Parent/Guardian supervision is required. Social-distancing of two meters must be maintained. Users of playground equipment must apply hand-sanitizer… Read More
Dear students, The staff at NMS want to express to all of you that we truly miss you and wish you strength, wellness and happiness during these ever-changing and uncertain times. We are so very proud of you all and can’t wait to see you again soon!
Dear Parents/Caregivers, We are now entering into week five of Learning at Home. Families, schools, school divisions, educational partners, and Manitoba Education are working together to ensure learning continues at home. Indeed, we are all in this together. The indefinite suspension of classroom learning has brought forth new challenges for students and parents/caregivers alike, and this has led to many questions. To ensure easy access to answers, we have created a Frequently Asked Questions page on our Learning at Home website. The FAQ… Read More