www
/Style Library/ci_upload/03e472ef-c685-4f45-8e97-fb771ced6996n.png?rev=1408179750 /Style Library/ci_upload/3e5ba09e-f748-497d-b149-a6416476be21n.png?rev=1865622092 /Style Library/ci_upload/bcc3d81e-6bd4-4312-9861-2bef9596105cn.jpg?rev=583693107 /Style Library/ci_upload/833e8584-2421-4829-9e3a-6641bf622dc1n.png?rev=1506670334
Skip to content

EAL

​English as an Additional Language

The Division's newcomer community is extremely diverse. Our newcomer students' English language proficiency, school experiences, pathways of arrival to Canada, and family backgrounds differ, and our EAL programming strives to respond to these differing needs and circumstances. The EAL program prepares newcomer students by developing the skills that will support their success in their new schools. The Centre also supports the development of teaching capacity throughout the Division by providing consulting services, programming guidance and professional development to school and divisional staff.

We provide:

  • an accurate assessment of each student's needs
  • instructional supports based on identified learner needs
  • assistance with school placement and orientation to Canadian education
  • EAL Professional Collection, a library collection providing resources for teachers to support EAL programming.

Newcomer Family Reception

As Winnipeg's newcomer population grows, so do the needs for programs and services to assist them. The Louis Riel School Division's René Deleurme Centre provides initial reception, assessment, orientation, and information services to support the educational needs of newcomer students and their families.

For more information on EAL programs and services and the Newcomer Family Reception, contact the René Delurme Center (info on the right).

<ContactInformation><ContactName><![CDATA[Steven%20Lawrie]]></ContactName><Address><![CDATA[900%20St.%20Mary%27s%20Rd.]]></Address><Phone><![CDATA[%28204%29%20257-7827]]></Phone><TollFree><![CDATA[]]></TollFree><Fax><![CDATA[]]></Fax><Email><![CDATA[]]></Email><Map><![CDATA[]]></Map></ContactInformation>
 
 
<div title="_schemaversion" id="_3">
  <div title="_links">
    <div title="_link">
      <span title="_title">UserfulLinks</span>
      <span title="_order">1</span>
      <span title="_begincolumn">True</span>
      <span title="_isgroupheader">True</span>
      <span title="_groupstyle"></span>
    </div>
    <div title="_link">
      <span title="_title">ResourcesDownloads</span>
      <span title="_order">2</span>
      <span title="_begincolumn">False</span>
      <span title="_isgroupheader">True</span>
      <span title="_groupstyle"></span>
    </div>
  </div>
  <div title="_view">
    <span title="_columns">1</span>
    <span title="_linkstyle"></span>
    <span title="_groupstyle"></span>
  </div>
</div>
c5f3c3b5-945d-428c-96a9-c093ac934f60
ico facebook

After a much needed rainy day, warm, sunny weather is in the forecast for the long weekend! ☀️ Enjoy the long weekend and we'll see you on Tuesday!

ico twitter

Good news! Sunny, warm weather is forecasted for the long weekend. 🌞 Enjoy the time off and we'll see you on Tuesd… https://t.co/Gjqe76kRvu

ico facebook

Today is #OutdoorClassroomDay, a day for students and teachers to take the classroom outside and incorporate play and nature-based exercises into their educational practices. Learn more about the day: https://www.lrsd.net/news/pages/outdoor-classroom-day-may-17.aspx

ico facebook

Congratulations to Library Assistant Brita Enns-Kutcy from Frontenac School! Brita was recently recognized with the 2018 Rising Star Award by the Manitoba Association of Library Technicians. Learn more about the award and Brita's dedication to her profession, our students and our community: http://ow.ly/UFkC30jZpAO

ico twitter

RT @sclements51: The 2018* recipients of the Outstanding Principals Award and former winners. L to R: Sharon Pekrul, @WinnipegSD (ret); Ron…

Back to top