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Information and Communication

Keeping our community informed is critical and making materials available in an accessible format is one way we support all members of our community.

The Louis Riel School Division will:

  • Provide resources or materials – including education and training documents, student records, school program information, public emergency evacuation information – in an accessible format, upon request.
  • Provide accessible formats and communication supports upon request in a timely manner and at no additional cost, if any, than the amount charged to others.
  • Consult with the person making the request to determine the format or support required.
  • Provide accessible or conversion-ready formats of print, digital, or multi-media resources in school libraries, upon request.
  • Procure accessible or conversion-ready electronic formats, where available.
  • Ensure any websites and web content meet WCAG 2.0, accessibility standards


 
 
 
   
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RT @jmoses6: What a great day! Thanks @cbLRSD and @cjsLRSD for inviting me to speak with your students about being a role model, education, mental health and getting involved in your community. https://t.co/lAwviJwyfd

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RT @RobGeorgeLRSD: What a great opportunity it was to share the multidisciplinary @howdenLRSD Literacy Pilot Project with representatives from the MB Bureau de l'éducation française (BEF) this afternoon.@louis_riel_sd #inclusionmatters #LearningDisability

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Do some dogs sound like parrots after they wake up from a teeth cleaning at the vet? Find out the answer and other interesting things LRSD learners found out on Take Your Kids to Work Day! https://t.co/SpjODP6hI7 #KidsToWork #Louis_Riel_sd #thrivinglearners @TLPCanada https://t.co/YUMhVpAsRb

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