In September 2015, Our Lady of Victory School transitioned to a multiage classrooms. Multiage classrooms are nothing new to the education system. They have existed for centuries especially with schools who have a lower student population which is common in rural towns in Manitoba and across Canada. Research into multiage classrooms in the 1980's and 1990's confirmed the beenfits for teachers and students who were in this type of classroom setting.
All school divisions in Manitoa have multiage schools (ie. Winnipeg School Division, Louis Riel School Division, Pembina Trails School Division, etc.). The Manitoba government supports multiage (also refered to as multilevel) which has been formalized in a document entitled Independent Togther. It is common practice in Canada and the US.
Please be ready 5 minutes before your pick up time. If there is an issue with the bus service, please call First Student at 204-253-5942.
Buses will not run if the temperature is colder than -45oC with the windchill based on the weather at the Forks.
Dress appropriately for the weather when coming to school. Use the weather information below. We use the weather information from the Forks to make any weather related discisions.