Seven Oaks School Division
Seven Oaks School Division serves a community of ten thousand students in Winnipeg’s diverse and culturally rich area of northwest Winnipeg. Seven Oaks’ twenty-seven schools are organized as early years, middle years, kindergarten to grade eight and senior years schools. French Immersion is generally offered in a dual track setting with one milieu school. A Ukrainian bilingual program is offered at early and middle years schools. http://www.7oaks.org
Seven Oaks sees education as vital to the quality of our community life and our democracy.
Seven Oaks believes in its teachers. We value their professionalism and take pride in their work with children. Teaching is founded on caring and reflection is fundamental to ongoing professional development.
Seven Oaks School Division – Boundary Map
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Catchments for the Seven Oaks School Division please click here
Seven Oaks School Division – School Locator
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Interlake School Division
The Interlake School Division’s vision is to prepare today’s learner for tomorrow and our mission is to enable each student to realize their full potential as a contributing and responsible member of society.
We believe that contributing and responsible members of society are literate, numerate, and committed to the well-being of themselves and others. In pursuit of our foundation statements, our plan for continuous improvement will provide high-quality experiences for students through intentional teaching and learning for literacy, numeracy, and well-being.
The ISD’s Board of Trustees is dedicated to its goal of ensuring student achievement and success. As the leader of the school division, the Board governs through making informed decisions, setting broad goals, and developing statements of action, or Board Governance Policies, based on the values of the school division and provincial requirements.
The Interlake School Division (ISD) serves approximately 2850 students and employs nearly 475 community members in a variety of roles. ISD is comprised of 13 public school sites, 9 colony schools, and one off-campus program encompassing nearly 3000 total square kilometres of land in Manitoba’s Interlake region. The quality and diversity of programming available in the ISD’s schools is exceptional.