Happy New Year to you all! With the holiday season behind us we are looking forward to having our students return to school next week. As this period of full time remote learning comes to an end, I want to commend students and families for their continued efforts and commitment to school during this time. Remote learning certainly has its challenges but I am very proud of our students for their hard work and effort to “stick with it” even… Read More
Wow, can you believe the weather we’re having?! Winter is not my favorite season but these mild temperatures certainly make it a lot more bearable. In an effort to embrace our Canadian winter, my husband and I bought snow shoes this year, intending to stay healthy and active as we trek through the snow. Just our luck, no snow – but I know it’s coming! Until then I will enjoy the balmy weather 🙂 We are now in our third… Read More
We all continue to navigate our way through an ever-changing situation and I am proud to see our NHS students, families, and staff taking steps every day to keep each other safe and healthy. We appreciate your continued use of the Covid-19 self-screening tool and that students are staying home when they are sick. Schools continue to be safe in spite of rising case numbers throughout the province. Although our community has moved into the “critical red zone”, I am… Read More
One month in and I’m happy to report that we’ve had a smooth transition back to school and everyone seems to be settling into a comfortable routine. I am very proud of our whole school community, in fact. Our students have done an excellent job of following the Covid protocols and guidelines and, although there are still various challenges and stressors, things are going well. Our teachers have been working hard to help students adjust to their environment and make… Read More
Good Afternoon, In response to COVID-19, we are taking a proactive approach to ensure the safety and well being of people involved with Driver Z by cancelling in-class and in-car sessions from now until April 5. In the interim, we encourage students to continue the online learning portion of the program. We will continue to monitor the situation and make informed decisions based on the WHO recommendations and advise of next steps. If you have any questions, please contact MPI’s… Read More
You are invited to attend Niverville High School’s Winter Art Show on Wednesday, January 22 from 6-8pm. The grade 11 art class has created almost 100 unique and thought-provoking pieces. This is a come-and-go event where people can talk to the artists and celebrate their learning this year. Refreshments provided. Free admission.
Hanover School Division is pleased to announce that a 5-year agreement has been reached with Growing Minds Childcare Centre Inc. to provide community childcare services in the newly opened Niverville High School. Growing Minds was selected as the provider of choice through an open Request for Proposal (RFP) that was closed on Oct. 25, 2019. Opening date of the childcare centre is not yet finalized. All service inquiries should be directed to Director Rhonda Kenning at 204-388-6113 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Contact information is… Read More
Report cards will be available on the Parent Portal on Friday, November 8th at 3 pm. Parent Student Teacher meetings will be held on Thursday, November 14th, 2019 from 4:30 – 7:30 pm. Appointments can be made through the Parent Portal.
The week of October 28 – November 1 NHS will be having Spirit Week! Monday, October 28 – Pajama Day Be nice and comfy in your pajamas while at school. Tuesday, October 29 – Red & Black Day Show off your school spirit by wearing our school colours! Wednesday, October 30 – Spooky Movie Come to the Art room at lunch to watch the original “Ghostbusters” movie with your friends and get spooked! Thursday, October 31 – Costume Contest Come… Read More