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Parent Community Information
During the school year, information on divisional procedures can be requested by sending questions by email to email@example.com. During the summer months of July and August, please refer inquiries to the school board office at 204-888-7951.
Did you know that Divisional facilities are available for rental? Contact the Board Office at 204-888-7951 for more information.
We believe that Student Accident Insurance continues to be an excellent value and encourage parents/guardians to participate in this program endorsed by the Manitoba Association of School Trustees. Click here for more information.
Safe Schools Manitoba
Safe Schools Manitoba is a partnership initiative of organizations committed to working together to enhance the safety of Manitoba’s schools and communities. Visit the Safe Schools Manitoba website here. The staff at the St. James-Assiniboia School Division are dedicated to making our schools a safe place for students. The Safe Schools information page illustrates some of the challenges faced by students today and present some of the techniques we are employing to help students feel safe in our schools and in the community.
St. James-Assiniboia Parent Child Coalition
The St. James-Assiniboia Parent Child Coalition brings together community resources to promote and support programs and activities for families with children birth through six years of age. Recognizing that parents are the first and most important teacher in a child’s life, all Coalition activities promote parent and child participation. Our goal is to help promote the best possible outcomes for our children. We are one of 26 Coalitions funded province-wide by Healthy Child Manitoba.
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Be Web Aware
Be Web Aware is a national, bilingual public education program on Internet safety. The objective of everyone involved in this project is to ensure young Canadians benefit from the Internet, while being safe and responsible in their online activities. Learn more about Be Web Aware at http://www.bewebaware.ca.