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Morden Collegiate Institute
Libertas per veritatem - Freedom through knowledge
Guidance

​​During this time of suspended classes, Morden Collegiate is committed to maintaining ongoing communication with families and staff.  Morden Collegiate Guidance counselors will be available to students via phone or email during the regular school hours of 9:00AM - 4:00PM.


Students can book appointments by using the form included here.


Western School Division's website will maintain up to date information about COVID-19 as it relates to school, and with links and resources provided by the province as well.  You can access that general information page here.​​​   


Grief Resources  

Please Click Here & Here for online resources.

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OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS:

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Due to on-going concerns around the spread of COVID-19, the University of Manitoba has suspended in-person classes for the remainder of the winter and summer terms and is taking a number of steps to be in accordance with the public health guidelines.  This includes, until further notice, the closure of the university. For the most up-to-date announcements regarding Covid-19 as it relates to our campus, please visit umanitoba.ca/coronavirus.

Despite our closure, our team continues to work from home, and we are committed to supporting you. The student recruitment team is available to assist by phone, zoom, or email and can be reached here.

β€’   For students born outside of Canada, please note the following:

  • ​ If they are permanent residents or Canadian citizens, please encourage your students to upload or email proof of their immigration status to applicant.services@umanitoba.ca.

  •  In order to prove their English Language Proficiency (ELP), transcripts that include three years of study in Canada are needed to waive this requirement. On behalf of your student, please send these documents to applicant.services@umanitoba.ca. Be sure to include your students' full name and student number. For more information and waiver options click here.

This is a unique and unprecedented situation, but we are committed to ensuring you and your students have continued access to the information and support required during the coming weeks. We will be in touch shortly with our plans to continue our spring β€œNext Steps" presentations electronically to your students. Stay tuned.

 


IISD - Experimental Lakes Area High School Environmental Student Learning Experience

This July 12 - 24, 2020 marks the sixth annual IISD Experimental Lakes Area Environment Science Experience.  This field course is offered for students who will be entering 11th or 12th grade in the fall of 2020.  Students work with their peers, two adult leaders and participating scientists through long days observing, helping, asking, answering, doing and learning a phenomenal amount about environmental science.  By engaging directly with the science happening at ISD - ELA students learn limnology, the "whole system" concept, chemistry, ecological interaction and human impacts on the environment.

During week one, students will accompany different scientists each day as they continue their field work in a diverse range of practical environmental research programs.  Between weeks one and two, students will regroup, recharge and plan while on a 4-day refreshing and challenging backcountry canoe trip through the heart of this world-renowned wilderness canoeing area.

During week two, students will follow their own unique path of research, learning more about the processes of environmental science in the field, and about the ongoing IISD - ELA science that especially interests them.

 

Please see the brochure below for more information.

 

IISD - Experimental Lakes Area High School Environmental Student Learning Experience Brochure.pdf

 

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