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​Our Curriculum: Teaching & Learning

Learning does not end with the ring of a school bell; it occurs in every facet of our lives. We learn every day at school, home, work, and in our community.

Although teachers in the Louis Riel School Division are responsible for delivering provincial curricula, their roles are much richer and include all aspects of learning—cognitive, social, emotional and behavioural.

The process of teaching and learning is an exchange, and although teachers, other staff members, parents, and students have distinct roles, each of them receive and contribute to that process.

The Louis Riel School Division strives to develop an appreciation for lifelong learning—to realize that aim it actively cultivates and harnesses the knowledge, skills and abilities of adults and young people who value learning and each other.

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Update: THREE Louis Riel School Division students are being recognized at this year's Manitoba Indigenous Youth Achievement Awards! Please join us in also celebrating Emma-Leigh Guay for winning the Women in Technology award and scholarship👏 https://t.co/Ezos9PJvmo @nmcLRSD https://t.co/opjrmJSNN5

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Yesterday, Education Minister Cliff Cullen and Central Services Minister Reg Helwer announced several investments in school capital funding. A kindergarten to Grade 8 school in Sage Creek was identified as one of the future sites in LRSD. Learn more: https://t.co/WDJKHdqaLR https://t.co/2BPvkkjr5C

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We’re aware of the current issues with our internet provider @merlin_alerts. Some services have been restored, however, the issue may persist throughout the day. Thank you for your patience!

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