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Manitoba Educator Success Stories

Manitoba Education is proud to highlight the exceptional and innovative work that is being undertaken in the province’s education sector in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Safe Schools: Adapting to Challenges during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Continuing focus on Indigenous education
Kelsey School Division

Virtual Interaction Creates Deeper Engagement

Remote learning, a blessing for many students
Mountain View School Division

AIMing for Success in French

The AIM program creates immersive experiences for French language learners in RETSD
River East Transcona School Division

The “Home Team”

When you cannot learn at school due to medical circumstances, the learning can come to you!
St. Alphonsus School—Independent Catholic School

Animated by Design

Virtual Nickelodeon mentorship for career success
Winnipeg School Division

Remote Learning

Westman Consortia supporting student remote learning
Brandon School Division

Let's Talk

Keeping communication clear and supportive during COVID-19
Sunrise School Division

Caught You Caring

Seven Sacred Teachings taught through outdoor classrooms
River East Transcona School Division

Physical Distancing

Redesigning learning spaces so education can continues
Louis Riel School Division

Mental Health Matters

Providing assistance to at-risk familie
Southwest Horizon School Division

Kindergarten Starter Packs

Speech-Language Pathology Department
Brandon School Division

Music Lessons during the pandemic

Finding unique ways to teach music
Winnipeg School Division

Supporting Parents

Helping parents overcome remote learning challenges
Iqra Islamic School

Virtual Shops Class

Revising a hands-on elective to teach students practical skills
Louis Riel School Division

Emphasizing Togetherness

Promoting the importance of togetherness amid uncertainty
Frontier School Division

Checking Out the Digital Library

Responding to an increased demand for digital resources
Louis Riel School Division

Keeping Mental Health in Mind

The new reality of studying at home was difficult for all students—and some struggled more than others
Seine River School Division

Breakfast Kits

Happy faces and healthy bellies
St. James-Assiniboia School Division

Gray Away—Gray Academy’s Remote Learning Program

A valuable online program that will help beyond the pandemic
Winnipeg Board of Jewish Education

Teaching during COVID-19

A rewarding yet challenging experience
Swan Valley School Division

Class of 2020

Perseverance in times of adversity
Frontier School Division

Keeping Students Moving

Staying active is key to better physical and mental well-being for students
Louis Riel School Division

Communication and Flexibility

Lessons from COVID-19
Christ the King School

Virtual Town Hall

Come One, Come All—Virtually
Seine River School Division

Innovative Approaches to Online Learning

A Complete Online Classroom
Lakeshore School Division

Learning Packages and More

A Divisional Response to the Pandemic
Winnipeg School Division

Keeping the Pathways of Learning Open during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Innovation through and through!
Lord Selkirk School Division

For the Love of Reading

Where readers go, the books will follow.
Seine River School Division

Helping Local Families in Need with Food Hampers

Community connections are vital—delivering food hampers and learning packages.
Portage la Prairie School Division

Develop a Tele-Practice Guide

Speech therapist communicates regularly with families to provide programming and supports.
Division scolaire franco-manitobaine

Alleviating Stress through Effective Communication

Clear communication goes a long way.
Southwest Horizon School Division

Meal Hampers for Students in Elwick Community School

Kindness is Not Closed during Pandemic—Community School Helps Local Families in Need
Seven Oaks School Division

Surgical Caps for Front Line Health Workers

Staff Help Frontline Health-Care Workers by Sewing
Louis Riel School Division

Connecting Through Technology

Physical Distancing Doesn’t Have to Mean Socially Disconnecting from Classmates
Rolling River School Division