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Updated: January 16, 2022


News Releases

Public Health Updates Contact Tracing, Case Management Guidance For Schools (January 13, 2022)

Manitoba To Expand Covid-19 Rapid Antigen Testing Programs To Symptomatic Designated Staff In Critical Service Areas (January 11, 2022)

Province to Implement Phased-In Approach for Return to School in January (January 4, 2022)

Manitoba to Delay Return to School to Jan. 10, 2022 (December 22, 2021)


Latest COVID-19 Education News

The back to school plan for 2021-22 has been released and will allow schools to reopen at Yellow (Caution) of the Pandemic Response Level system on September 7, 2021. This means that all Kindergarten to Grade 12 students will return to full-time in-class learning with contingency plans in place.


Distance Learning

Manitoba Education is committed to providing high quality distance learning options that respond to the different needs of students, schools, and school divisions in order to support flexibility and increased educational opportunities for learners in Manitoba, regardless of geographic location.


My Learning at Home

My Learning at Home offers parents and caregivers a collection of online resources to support and encourage meaningful family-centered learning at all grade levels. Resources will be added and updated regularly.


Manitoba's Excellence in Education Awards 2021-2022

The Manitoba's Excellence in Education Awards 2021-2022 submission deadline has been extended to December 21, 2021.


Grade 12 Provincial Tests – Results by School Division

The High School Graduation Rates and Student Achievement Statistics website has been updated to include results of Grade 12 provincial tests at the school division level.


Treaty Education Initiative

The Treaty Education Initiative is a teacher training opportunity developed collaboratively by Manitoba Education and Early Childhood Learning, the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba, the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, and the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre. This initiative is intended to ensure that all K-12 Manitoba teachers and students learn about Treaties and the Treaty Relationship. During the 2019-20 school year, the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba is offering a series of two-day professional development teacher training workshops.


Learn how you can help Stop Bullying

Manitoba Education and Early Childhood Learning is committed to supporting school communities in providing safe and caring learning environments.


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