Congratulations are extended to Joan Johnson on her retirement. Joan is retiring after 16 years of service to Kelsey School Division. Best wishes Joan!
Bev Jackson (centre) was celebrated at her retirement event on June 27. Bev served education and the school division for 13 years, mainly as a elementary school teacher at École Opasquia School. Congratulations Bev!
Kim Needham’s retirement after 32 years as a support staff employee with Kelsey School Division was recognized recently by Board Chair Vaughn Wadelius and Secretary-Treasurer Graham Kahler. Kim has worked in three KSD schools during that period, and ends her career at Ѐcole Opasquia School.
Don McKay was celebrated at his retirement event on June 20. Don served education and the school division for 38 years, mainly as a high school mathematics teacher, with a strong commitment to his profession and his students.
The deadline to register your French Immersion child(ren) for the 2022 Fête du Soleil is Tuesday, June 21st, 2022 at 11:49pm!
In recognition of Pride Month – a time to celebrate the forward strides toward acceptance and equality – the Kelsey School Division is committed to raising awareness of LGBTQ2S+ issues. Together we will work to reduce stigma through education, embrace gay-straight alliances and queer-straight alliances in our schools. KSD aims to provide our students and staff with welcoming, caring, respectful, safe, healthy and inclusive learning and working environments that respect diversity, promote equity, and foster a sense of belonging.
June is nationally recognized as Pride Month in Canada. Many of our students, parents, caregivers, staff and community members identify as LGBTQ2S+. The community is invited to show support by attending the Tri-Community Pride Parade at 2 pm on Saturday, June 11.
Starts at Legion head towards Fischer Ave and continue to the GLMC *error on poster*
2022 Manitoba School Trustee Elections
The IDC Support for Indigenous Student Learning Program (SISLP) is a time-limited program available to
Indigenous (First Nation, Métis, and Inuit) students of limited financial resources, including Indigenous
students living with disabilities.