Int'l Student Program
Employees requiring Criminal Record Checks
Please note that the RCMP detachment will no longer provide completed Criminal Record Checks while you wait. The anticipated wait time for a completed Criminal Record Check will be two weeks. This additional wait time means that those applying for substitute positions within the Division (including those requiring a Limited Teaching Permit) will need to plan accordingly.
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Turtle Mountain School Division is located in the southwestern corner of the province of Manitoba, directly north of the Canada/US border. Within its boundaries you will find the towns of Killarney, Boissevain, Ninette, Minto and Dunrea, and all or portions of the rural municipalities of Turtle Mountain, Morton, Roblin, Strathcona, Argyle, Whitewater, and Riverside. Total population for the area exceeds 10,000. This population being represented by a total of nine trustees from three separate wards.
Turtle Mountain School Division oversees the operation of seven schools: four Hutterian schools,
|Teacher's Professional Development Day|
On Friday, February 14, 2014 teachers in Turtle Mountain School Division gathered at the Shamrock Centre for a divisional professional development day. Staff spent a wonderful morning with Keith Hawkins, where he explored with staff what each person brings to our schools and how together we can further promote a community of care and empathy amongst our students and ourselves. Keith shared some of his personal experiences, and led a variety of exercises which gave staff the opportunity to interact and learn with one another on a divisional level and beyond the walls of the individual schools. In the afternoon Ms. Beaupre led a follow up exercise, “Wired this Way” where staff were asked to reflect on their own perspectives and apply them to a number of questions related to fairness, equity, resiliency, and positive school climate. Overall the day was very successful.
PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 2014/15
The proposed budget for 2014/15 will be presented to the public on February 26, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the Division Board Office.
Please click on the link below for the Proposed Budfget Highlights:
"Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing". - Barry Finlay
Community Use of Facilities
All residents of Turtle Mountain School Divsiion are encouraged to use the facilities of any school in the Division. Residents can request a permit for after-hours use of school facilities provided there is no conflict with school programming. For more information on the Division's policy regarding the use of facilities, please select the following link:
To request permissions to use Division facilities, please fill out the following form:
Once the form has been completed, please return the form to the school you indicated in the agreement.
Other documents regarding the Community Use of Schools/Facilities are: The Public Schools Amendment Act (Community Use of Schools) and Manitoba School Boards Association - Education Legislation Update, May 23, 2012.
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