AWARDS PROGRAM SURVEY
Since 2005, the Manitoba School Boards Association’s (MSBA) Student Citizenship Awards program for public school students in Manitoba recognizes outstanding young people who are active participants in their communities and schools. The Awards program has not seen changes in many years, and MSBA is inviting input from boards on what they would like the program to look like in the future.
An online survey has been created and will be open from January 12 to February 9. Individual replies to the survey are encouraged in order to provide the most comprehensive feedback for analysis.
If you have questions about the survey, please contact Jennifer Esau at MSBA. The Student Citizenship Awards have been a traditional and very popular part of the Association’s annual convention program. Thank you for taking the time to complete this important survey.
MEASURES FOR K-12 SCHOOLS AT THE LEVEL ORANGE RESTRICTED LEVEL
On Monday, January 10, 2022, Manitoba public schools began a one-week shift to remote learning for most Manitoba students after the winter break to ensure schools can implement enhanced measures for in-person learning.
A phased in-approach will be applied January 10-17, 2022, to allow students of critical service workers in Kindergarten to Grade 6 and all high-risk students and students with special learning needs in Kindergarten to Grade 12 to attend school if no alternate care is available.
Current plans are to have all other students return to in-person learning on January 17, 2022.
Full e-bulletin is here: January-12_2022.pdf