Welcome to Mine Centre Public School

“Empowering Students to Achieve”. “We believe that students are empowered to achieve to their potential when school and community come together to provide learning opportunities, time, resources and instruction in a safe and nurturing environment where students value themselves as learners.”

Boozhoo and Welcome to Mine Centre School 

At Mine Centre School, we promote a positive school environment based on trusting and caring relationships.  Our goal is for every student, parent and staff member to love being a part of our school community. Staff are committed to making connections and engaging positively with students each day.  Staff continue to learn and develop knowledge regarding trauma and how trauma informs our practice.  Wellness for students and staff is a priority, especially during these trying times.   Teaching is intentional and flexible, utilizing resources that appeal to our strengths and reflect the culture of our students, our school and our communities.  We promote the love of reading by engaging in a variety of reading practices, school wide challenges, parent involvement activities and home programs.  This year, we look forward to your virtual participation in our school.  Things may look a little differently right now, and at Mine Centre School, we are all pitching in to make this year a great one!! Get involved and participate with enthusiasm in the education of our future leaders.


 

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Eye@K
05/03/2018
During Kindergarten registration, the Ministry of Education is conducting a voluntary survey regarding experiences in child care and community activities, called EYE@K.
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PIC newsletter cover - Spring 2021
PIC Newsletter - Spring 2021
04/20/2021
Please have a look at the Parent Involvement Committee's Spring 2021 newsletter. Learn about the ideas that school councils' have for the Parents Reaching Out Grant, as well as how to notice mental health concerns for your child. Find information about supporting individual pathways plans with Xello and the new math curriculum.
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School Climate Survey
School Climate Survey for Parents/Guardians 2021
02/10/2021
We are inviting parents/guardians of students in Grades 4-12 to fill out a school climate survey to help schools gain insight into parent/guardian perceptions of school safety. The survey also assists in making informed decisions and plans to help promote safe and inclusive schools and student health and well-being. The survey is open until March 8, 2021.
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Jon Callegher Job Talks presentation
5 GREAT REASONS FOR A CAREER IN THE TRADES
02/04/2021
Did you know that in terms of work / life balance, job satisfaction, and overall wellbeing, skilled trades professionals rank among the highest? Join Dr. Jon Callegher from JobTalks Tuesday March 9 at 7 PM Central for a virtual presentation outlining his research, and why young people should consider skilled trades and apprenticeship as a pathway to a successful life and career. You will also learn how students can get a head start on skilled trades and apprenticeship through the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program at the Rainy River District School Board.
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School Timetable

8:15  Supervision Begins
8:20   Buses Arrive (staggered arrival)
8:30   First Instructional Block
10:10 First Nutrition Break
10:55 Second Instructional Block 
12:35 Second Nutritional Break
1:20   Third Instructional Block
3:00   Dismissal

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