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    School Board By-elections

    School board by-elections provide an opportunity for Manitobans to get involved in public education as a candidate or as a voter. 

    The City Clerk’s Department runs elections for school trustees on behalf of school divisions within the boundaries of the City of Winnipeg. Check with your local school division office for information on becoming a candidate, voter eligibility, and where to vote on election day for residents living outside the City of Winnipeg.

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    School Vandalism Prevention

    The school vandalism prevention program is back again this summer. Residents living near schools in Winnipeg are encouraged to keep an eye open for suspicious activity, including graffiti, arson, on-site use of drugs or alcohol, and signs of break and enter. Incidents can be reported to a dedicated tip line at 204-231-4556. The Corps of Commissionaires security company will respond to calls and a mobile security unit will visit the scene as quickly as possible.

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    On demand library of MSBA Resources

    The Association has a wide variety of online resources that are designed to help trustees of all levels of experience hone their skills. Follow the links from our e-Learning page to access these pre-recorded sessions. And, if it's a refresher course on trusteeship that you're seeking, perhaps it's time to re-read the School Board Member Handbook. 

    You find these links and more under the Resources tab of our website.

    Standing Together for Safe Schools


    A joint press statement outlining a shared commitment among Manitoba's education partners for safe, caring, and inclusive schools.

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    Employment Opportunities

    School divisions throughout Manitoba are currently hiring for permanent, temporary, and supply positions within the public school systems.
    Available Positions

    Reference Guides


    Two reference guides have been produced by MSBA to promote safe schools for students, while promoting the best interests of staff:

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    Manitoba School Boards Association

    The Manitoba School Boards Association is a voluntary organization of public school boards in Manitoba. Its mission is to enhance the work of locally elected school boards through leadership, advocacy and service, and to champion the cause of public education for all students in Manitoba. The association offers a wide range of direct services to member boards, and provides a strong voice for the expression of their views and concerns.

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