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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RRDSB News 

December memo
Mental Health Memo - December 2021
12/01/2021
With the return to in-person learning this year, is your child overwhelmed with uncertainties and fears about school? Are they having physical symptoms: headaches, sleep disturbances, refusal to sleep alone, or stomach aches that often start the night before school?
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FNMI Newsletter Fall 2021
11/11/2021
The FNMI newsletter is released annually to share the highlights of FNMI learning in our schools. The Rainy River District School Board continues to support and increase knowledge, understanding and awareness of First Nation, Métis and Inuit histories, cultures and perspectives for all staff and students.
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Strategic Planning
ThoughtExchange for Strategic Planning
11/01/2021
As we begin the process for developing our new Strategic Plan, we are asking all of our stakeholders - students, staff, parents and community members - for their involvement in shaping our direction. We want to hear your ideas on what RRDSB should consider as we prepare our students for future success. Join us in this ThoughtExchange to share your thoughts and ideas. Please return tomorrow to rate the thoughts shared by others.
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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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