News & Announcements

February News Letter/Bulletin

Please take the time to view our January News Letter/Bulletin for upcoming events and information. Our school sends one out to each student every month to share our school News. The News Letter/Bulletin is loaded will all kinds of great information!
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Middle Years (Grade 6-8) Ski Trip

When: February 24-26
Where: Asessippi Ski Resort in Russell, Manitoba.
Why: Because it will be awesome!
Who: Any grade 6-8 students interested in going on this year's trip.
How much: $285 (includes bus, hotel, rentals, lift tickets, and most meals).
- Due to limited space, the first 40 spots with $100 deposits are in.
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Grad News

A Jostens’ rep will have Grad Ring samples, sizes, and support with ordering on Wednesday, February 20th in the computer lab.

Grad Pictures will be in the MPR Tuesday, March, 19th.
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PVS Chess Club

Chess Club will run from the second week of January to the last week of February during lunch hour.

Students must finish eating their lunch before coming to Chess Club.
The Chess Club dates for grades 3 & 4 students is every Monday at 12:05.
The Chess Club dates for grades 5, 6, 7, 8 students is every Wednesday at 12:05.

**Listen to the morning announcements for any changes or cancellations.**
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Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten/Maternelle registration for children born in 2013 is being held January 28th - February 1st. Children must be 5 years of age on or before December 31, 2018. Parents who were unable to come in for registration on these dates may do so as soon as possible. Parents are reminded to bring a proof of age. A birth certificate is preferred. However, if a birth certificate is unavailable, then a baptismal certificate will be accepted. Also, please provide the Manitoba Health phin number.
Entry into the French Immersion program is open to all children of Kindergarten and Grade 1 age who possess little or no knowledge of the French language but who wish to become bilingual by learning French as a second language.
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Jan 31 - Region 2/3 Schools Closed Today Due to Extreme Cold

Due to extremely cold conditions, school buses in Region 2 and 3 are not running and sites are closed for students. Staff are to report. Region 2 includes Whitemouth School, Centennial School, Lac du Bonnet Senior School, and the New Directions Adult Learning Centre. Region 3 includes École Powerview School and the Empower Adult Learning Centre. ​If you require further information on Sunrise weather policies, please see our web site at sunrisesd.ca and look for Weather under the Parents tab.
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Jan 30 - Schools Closed Today Due to Extreme Cold

Due to extremely cold conditions, school buses in Sunrise are not running in all Regions and sites are closed for students. Staff are to report. If you require further information on Sunrise weather policies, please see our web site at sunrisesd.ca and look for Weather under the Parents tab.
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Jan 25 - Region 2 & 3 Buses Not Running, Schools Closed to Students

Due to extremely cold conditions, school buses in Region 2 and 3 are not running and sites are closed for students. Staff are to report. Region 2 includes Whitemouth School, Centennial School, Lac du Bonnet Senior School, and the New Directions Adult Learning Centre. Region 3 includes École Powerview School and the Empower Adult Learning Centre. If you require further information on Sunrise weather policies, please see our web site at sunrisesd.ca and look for Weather under the Parents tab.
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Important Notice

It is an expectation of Sunrise School Division that all doors in its schools, other than the main entrance, be locked between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. While this expectation has been in place for a number of years, École Powerview School has not locked its doors allowing parents and families easier access to our uniquely shaped building.
Recently attention has been drawn to the fact that our doors are not locked during the day and we have been asked to comply with the Divisional expectation—which we will do starting on Monday, January 21st. I want to ensure everyone that this change is not a result of a concern or a belief that our school is not a safe place, but rather to comply with what is expected of all school in our Division.
Beginning on January 21st, all exterior doors will be locked at approximately 8:55 a.m. after our students arrive at school. If students arrive at school after this time, they will need to enter through the main entrance.
If parents are dropping off items for their child, they will need to use the main entrance as the parking lot doors on either end of the school will be locked. This is a good time to remind everyone that parents who come to school need to check in at the office where our office staff would be happy to assist you. When parents go directly to the classroom and knock on the door to see their child or the teacher, they interrupt the learning for all students not just their own. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the school.
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