LRSD Interim Report to the Community: Spring 2014
This has been yet another exciting year in the Louis Riel School Division. At this time, we wish to share with you an “Interim Report to the Community” – a sampling of the tireless work happening in Louis Riel School Division to better educate our students and children.
This report includes work being done in our schools to meet the Division’s three priorities, an update on our new school in Sage Creek, and how we’re being wise with your tax dollars while meeting community needs.
We invite you to look forward to our full “Annual Report to the Community” that will be shared in the fall of 2014. In the fall report, we will share qualitative data to demonstrate the progress that we’ve made in the 2013-14 school year.
We hope you enjoy this report and welcome your feedback as the 2013-14 school year enters its final stretch.
Dakota Collegiate fosters a safe, caring and inclusive environment where students enhance their self-awareness, social responsibility and fulfill their academic potential.
June Exam Schedule
Follow Dakota On Twitter
Recent Mailings & Handouts
January Grad Letter
Josten's Grad Ring Information
(Rings can be ordered all school year - cataloge available in main office)
Dates to Remember
New Student Registrations: (All grade 9 to 12 students who have just moved into the area)
If you are new to our area, you can determine which high school you will attend by using the school locator link or by calling your local school. All questions about registration for next year should be directed to Mr. Allie Hassin, Vice-Principal at Dakota Collegiate.
For new registrations, please contact the school at (204) 256-4366 to make an appointment. A parent must accompany the student. Please bring identification, a current utility bill with the parent/guardian name on it showing your address and your Manitoba Health card. Students going into grades 10-12 will need a transcript from his/her previous school. Students going into grade 9 will need to bring a June report card from grade 8. Our fax number is (204) 257-4347.
Course and program information for students wishing to register at Dakota Collegiate next year can be found here.
Course Registration Handbook.
Please click here to see important changes to the Driver's Education Registration Information.
Dakota Collegiate's 21st Century Learning with Laptops
The following link will provide information about our initiative with our grade nine and ten students.
21st Century Learning Initiative: Device Buying Guide and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Spring 2014
To report an absence or if you have questions in regards to attendance please call our attendance line at (204) 255-8251. Dakota Collegiate cannot accept emails as notification of a student being absent. If a student is absent from class, an automated phone message will call home after school to notify you of the absence. Please do not call the number that appears on your call display as it is our board office number.
If you received a call from Dakota in regards to an absence, please refer to the following class codes:
Period 1 8:30 - 9:45 A Slot
Period 2 9:50 -11:00 B Slot
Period 3 11:05 - 12:15 C Slot
Period 4 12:15 - 1:15 Lunch
Period 5 1:15 - 2:30 D Slot
Period 6 2:35 - 3:45 E Slot
Period 7 3:50 - 5:00 After school