Early Dismissal - All Schools - October 2, 2020
 
  • Margaret Barbour Collegiate Institute, The Pas Concert Band Sight Read Session + Jazz Jam

    Margaret Barbour Collegiate Institute, The Pas Concert Band Sight Read Session + Jazz Jam

     
  • Public Participation Invited – Reopening School

    Read the Draft Plan - Phase Three: Restoring Safe Services. Complete the survey to provide feedback.

     
  • Kelsey Community School Grade 3/4/5 Choir

    Kelsey Community School Choir sings "Don't Give Up On Me" - See the following for the CBC Radio interview with Kelsey Community School Music Teacher Andrew Legeny and the performance of the choir.

     
  • Schools Reopening

    Letter from Superintendent McKay regarding schools reopening. Click on the link for more information.

     
  • What The Next Phase of Re-Opening Means for Manitoba Schools

    Alan Campbell, the President of the Manitoba School Boards Association, talks about what these changes will look like and who they'll impact the most.

     
  • New Superintendent for Kelsey School Division

    The Board of Trustees of Kelsey School Division is pleased to announce the appointment of Selena Mell as the 2020-21 term Superintendent of the Kelsey School Division. (Click following link for more information.)

     
  • Playground Update

    Playground Update

     
  • Manitoba Education – Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequenty Asked Questions Regarding COVID-19 and the Suspension of In-Class Instruction

     
  • Kindergarten

    Kindergarten

    Kindergarten Registration - All Children born in 2015. Call Kelsey Community School or École Opasquia School (French Immersion) starting April 15, 2020 to make an appointment to register your child. Kelsey Community School – 204-623-7421 / École Opasquia School – 204-623-3459 (See link for online form)

     
  • Congratulations!

    Congratulations!

    Congratulations to three MBCI Grade 12 students who were awarded Grad All Star Team awards for basketball. Due to Covid-19 the MBCI team was unable to go to the Manitoba Provincials, but the rare opportunity to have three boys from one team be recognized was note worthy. The boys are Brett Marlow, Mathew Miller and Austin Uffelman.