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Winnipeg School Division
believes in the principle of Human Rights as identified in the Manitoba Human
Rights Code, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the United Nations
Universal Declaration of Human rights.
Winnipeg School Division is committed
to creating and maintaining a learning environment in which students, parents
and employees are aware of and respect the rights and human dignity of others.
Understanding and respecting
the value of all dimensions of diversity is woven into the curriculum and our
classroom instruction.Indigenous Education
assistance to WSD administration and school staff in the
development and implementation of initiatives to support Aboriginal
education throughout Winnipeg School Division.
English as an Additional Language (EAL) / Adult EAL
Winnipeg School Division provides programs for non-English speaking
students to gain sufficient English language skills to enter the
WSD's Adult EAL Program provides an opportunity
for immigrants to improve their english skills in order to settle in
Manitoba, go to school or get a job.
Winnipeg School Division not only recognizes the challenges our newcomer
students and families may experience in attending school in a new country, but
also the challenges our staff may experience in meeting the needs of our
Everybody has the Right
Everybody has the Right is
a celebration of human rights, diversity and equity within Winnipeg School Division.
Red River Heritage Fair
The Red River Heritage Fair encourages students in Grade 4 to Grade 11 to
explore Canadian heritage in a dynamic, hands-on learning environment. Students
use the medium of their choice to tell stories about Canadian heroes, legends,
milestones, and achievements - and present the results of their research at a
public exhibition and learning conference. Projects may be presented in English