February 4, 2022 - MBCI ONLY - No School - Admin Day.
  • Financial Literacy Month

    The Manitoba government declares November 2021, as Financial Literacy Month in recognition of the importance of on-going education for Manitoba's Kindergarten to Grade 12 students about consumer awareness and financial literacy. To read the Proclamation click the link.

  • Manitoba School Library Day

    The 4th Monday in October will be celebrated annually as Manitoba School Library Day. Click link to read the Proclamation.

  • Kelsey School Division Regular Board Meeting

    Please note that the Kelsey School Division Regular Board Meeting has been changed from Monday, October 25, 2021 to Tuesday, October 26, 2021.

  • School Access

    Please be advised that full vaccination will be required after October 18, 2021 in order to visit or access KSD schools.

  • Wendy Cull Retires

    Wendy Cull Retires

    Wendy Cull, an Assistant Principal at SBMS, has retired from KSD after 24 years. Superintendent Selena Mell (L) and Board Chair Vaughn Wadelius ( R ) presented Wendy with retirement gifts on September 8.

  • National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

    The Province of Manitoba and the Department of Education have confirmed that Thursday, September 30, 2021, is a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to mark the first official day that our country will collectively honour and remember residential school Survivors. There will be no school on this day, and all Kelsey School Division schools and buildings will be closed as a day of observance.

  • Connie Lucian Retires

    Connie Lucian Retires

    Connie Lucian (center) is congratulated by Vaughn Wadelius, Board Chair, and Selena Mell, Superintendent. Connie is retiring after 20 years of service to Kelsey School Division. Best of wishes to Connie as she enters retirement!

  • Kelsey School Division Return to School Plan

    On September 8, 2021, our schools will reopen full-time in class learning for all students. Kelsey School Division is committed to providing a safe return to school by following Manitoba Health Orders. For more information see the following link.

  • Restoring Safe Schools

    A guide for Parents, Caregivers and Students - please see the following link.

  • Bill 64

    Bill 64

    Eliminating school divisions and moving schools under one authority means creating a bigger, disconnected, centralized bureaucracy that is not in tune with local students' and communities' needs.