A letter from the Minister of Education regarding the Cannabis Act: Link
Manitoba Association of Parent Councils: Link
The Manitoba Association of Parent Councils (MAPC) is an organization of school based parent groups throughout Manitoba, and is one of the five major stakeholders in education. MAPC is dedicated to promoting meaningful involvement of parents and caregivers within school communities to improve the education and well-being of children in Manitoba. MAPC is recognized as the representative of school-based parent groups in Manitoba (outside the francophone school division).
MAPC provides resources to member parent groups and include supports such as: professional development presentations; invitations to special events; constitution development and enhancing communication between parents and administrators.
Parent groups can contact MAPC for more information at 204-956-1770 (Toll free 1-877-290-4702) or email@example.com. Follow MAPC on social media: Facebook; Twitter and Pinterest!
Child Nutrition Council of Manitoba: Link
The Child Nutrition Council of Manitoba is a charitable organization dedicated to helping school children learn, grow, and succeed by supporting breakfast, snack and lunch programs. We’re unique because we’re based in Manitoba – and all of the funds we raise stay in this province, reaching children in all regions of Manitoba.
Since 2001, the Council has:
The work of the Council complements the goals of the Manitoba Government’s Healthy Schools’ initiative, “to create school environments that enhance the healthy development of children and their families by working in partnership with community resources and service providers.”
Manitoba Education Parents, Families and Communities Resources and Reports: Link
Student Services Information for Parents: Link
Parents play a vital role in the education of their children with special learning needs by working in partnership with educators and other personnel. Manitoba Education and Training resources are available to ensure students with special learning needs are participating members of a school community.
Students with special learning needs have disabilities of an intellectual, physical, sensory, emotional, or behavioural nature, or have a learning disability. The purpose of Student Services is to enable the equitable participation of students with special learning needs in the Manitoba school system.
Alonsa School Library Public Access: Link
Glenella School Library Public Access: Link
Laurier School Library Public Access: Link
McCreary School Library Public Access: Link
Ste Rose School Library Public Access: Link