At Tuesday night’s Flin Flon School Board meeting Superintendent Blaine Veitch reported Assistant Superintendent Dean Grove will represent the Division on the newly created Saskman Community Hub Committee. The Hub will work to improve safety and wellness for individuals and families at risk in our area.
Hapnot School has addressed health and public safety concerns by relocating the student drop off area to the stairs by the new trades building. Students can now enter on the south side in front of the TVI building and vehicles can loop around the back of the building.
The Division has announced Hapnot student Kari Rutherford will represent Flin Flon as this year’s nominee for the Manitoba School Board Association Award. Kari has an impressive list of accomplishments participating in a wide variety of activities in school and around the community. The awards are presented at the annual convention in March.
You are reminded that the parent council meeting is on February 23rd at 4:30 in the Family Room at Ruth Betts School. The Parent Council is always looking for interested parents to join in planning events like the Christmas Grotto, pancake breakfast and fundraising for the playground.