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Shaping our Education System

June 7, 2019

​The Louis Riel School Division (LRSD) has been engaging with students, staff and parents since the province of Manitoba announced its commission in January whose goal is to review the kindergarten to Grade 12 education system.

The stories you've shared with us about the quality and dedication of people in our schools and our collective efforts to ensure each student has an equal opportunity to grow and succeed have been inspiring. Your input has been invaluable in helping us prepare our official submission to the commission.

We know as learners, parents, and staff, you have busy schedules, so thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and feelings about our education system with us.

The Louis Riel School Board and LRSD Senior Leadership Team

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Today is #InternationalYouthDay, a celebration of young peoples’ voices, actions & initiatives: https://t.co/wZrWI4d0y7 Students in LRSD use their voices & actions to inspire change every day. Pictured: Grade 7/8 students from @magLRSD participating in a climate strike in 2019. https://t.co/JduBN7TKlF

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Another great feature of an LRSD student from @cjsLRSD! Andreas Detillieux is interested in pursuing a career in the film industry, whether in front of or behind the camera 🎥 Watch his interview ⤵ https://t.co/BV70qWRTjU

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RT @OECD: The #COVID19 crisis is not having the same impact on all workers: Young people aged 15-24 will be among the most affected by joblessness. Ahead of tomorrow’s #InternationalYouthDay, find out more about the #EmploymentOutlook for youth ➡️ https://t.co/sjYeKFcyv5 https://t.co/uveypJe8ov

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