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The Enrichment and Science Department for the Winnipeg School Division supports learning for all students across the division.Consultants and Support Teachers work collaboratively with schools to provide innovative programming and services in the area of Arts, Sciences, and Enrichment.
For more information please contact the Enrichment and Science Department.
Director of Enrichment and Science
1577 Wall Street East
Winnipeg, MB., R3E 2S5
Phone: (204) 789-0463
FAX: (204) 772-6464
Inner City ScienceCentre
Located in Niji Mahkwa in WSD, this high technology science laboratory develops the academic and laboratory skills of both teachers and students in the division.
Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair
The Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair is an annual regional science fair associated with the Canada-Wide Science Fair and the Youth Science Foundation. Participation is restricted to those students in Grades 4-12, through participating schools in Winnipeg School Division.
Biomedical Youth Program
Organized by the Faculty of Health Sciences, College of Medicine this includes such programs as Science Buddies, & Mentorships Clubs, BYP Summer Camps and on-site high school program experience.
Young Scientists Program at St. Boniface Hospital Research Centre
This program is an initiative at the St-Boniface Hospital Research Centre Youth BIOlab for elementary students in Winnipeg School Division with a strong aptitude and interest in science.
The WHERE Challenge is a national contest endorsed by the Canadian Earth sciences community that asks students aged 9 - 14 years to discover the answers to these questions: What on Earth is in your stuff and WHERE on Earth does it come from? WHERE stands for the places where Earth scientists work: Water, Hazards, Energy, Resources, and Environment.
Manitoba Schools Science Symposium (MSSS)
The largest annual science event held for students throughout Manitoba. MSSS is held the final week of April at the University of Manitoba and is open to all students from Grades 4 to 12.
Manitoba Robot Games
After building their robotic creations, students compete against one another at an annual event at Tec Voc each March.
About 700 Grade 6 students participate in the annual Aerospace and Aviation in Manitoba (AAiM) Day held at Red River College. This mini symposium is designed to let students participate in hands-on activities that focus on four major aspects of the aerospace and aviation sectors: Repair/Overhaul, Manufacturing/Composites, Space and Flight
Artists in the Schools
The Manitoba Arts Council offers opportunity to bring together the vision and energy of professional artists with the creative potential of students and teachers within schools.
C.A.M.P. stands for the Circus And Magic Partnership - a series of social circus arts programs for youth held during spring break at Gordon Bell High School.
Manitoba Scholastic Chess Association
An organization that aims to ensure that students in Manitoba have an opportunity to play chess and offers information about provincial tournaments, events, tips etc.
Renzulli Learning System
A web based and personalized learning system that helps teachers differentiate instruction. It promotes inquiry based learning and engaging projects for students based on their own individual learning styles, strengths and interests (all grades, license required)
MENSA for Kids
Sponsored by the MENSA foundation, this site offers a variety of resources for students, teachers and parents of students in need of enrichment. Learning opportunities focused on "Excellence in Reading", TED Talks, poetry, games, and critical thinking activities are provided.
University of Winnipeg High School Enrichment Program
For one week each spring Manitoba high school students will have the opportunity to be on The University of Winnipeg campus. This program is designed to introduce exceptional students to the possibilities and advantages of higher education.