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Schools are keeping busy prior to spring break

The Flin Flon School Board met last night and Superintendent Blaine Veitch reported on upcoming course selection for Hapnot and Many Faces.  He says it’s a sure sign the school year is quickly passing by. Course selection for 2014-15 takes place after spring break. 


The Division will be opening the TVI building and high school students will be offered an intro to trades program starting in September.  Parents and students are encouraged to contact the school for more information.


Some good news for Ruth Betts Community School who made a successful submission to the Manitoba Arts Council and received an Arts Smart grant.  Local artist Karen Clark will be working with some students in grade 8 and in Kindergarten at the school.  At Ecole McIsaac School the Canadian Parents for French have organized a lunch of Friday as students there will be celebrating Festival Du Voyageur day on Friday.


In other School news Manitoba Education and Advance Learning have a website to help parents become more involved in the education of their child.  You can learn more at Manitoba.ca/mychildinschool.


Spring bread starts March 31st to April 4th.  Classes resume on April 7th.


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