mmmmmMilk Week

Yes, it’s that time of the year again! Time to celebrate milk week here at MES. We have some very exciting events planned for the week, so check them out below and mark your calendars! This week each class will have the opportunity to make homemade ice cream. Mmmm! Each classroom will decide what flavor they will make and at the end of the week Mr. Thiessen & Mr. Terrick will be doing a taste test. The class with the… Read More

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MES Highlights Math Games Night

Math Games Night @ MES Tuesday, January 22 Come and go… 6-8pm In the gym. Bring the family to learn and play fun games together to practice math skills.Free game supplies will be given to each family that attends! Opportunity to purchase math games.Snacks will be provided.

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January Principal’s Message

January brings with it a look back at the past year, but also at the year ahead. As we look back at the fall session at MES, it was absolutely filled with exciting activities including the great news of additional classrooms coming in the near future! However, we cannot look back without acknowledging the success of our Christmas Concert. Thank you to all of the hard work and dedication from the students and staff to make this a memorable event… Read More

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MES Highlight – Christmas Concert Information

The Grade 3 & 4 MES Christmas Concert, “Chimes in the Night”, is Wednesday, December 19. Performances are at 1:30 and 7:00 p.m. Dress code for the Grade 3 & 4 students is white tops and black bottoms. The Kindergartens will be having their Christmas performance at the afternoon concert only. Grade 1 & 2 Spring Concert information to follow in the new year. Also, MES says , “Thanks!” to our PAC for the Christmas Concert Cookies. Please see the… Read More

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HSD Highlight – Permission to Publish

With Christmas and the surrounding excitement approaching, MES would like to highlight Hanover School Division reminders regarding Permission to Publish. For more information regarding HSD Christmas Concerts and schedules, please visit  http://www.hsd.ca. The Hanover School Division has limited, or no control, over photographs and videos taken by news media and others in public locations, or at school-sanctioned events open to the public – such as sporting events, performances, concerts, and similar events. When members of the public are invited/permitted to attend… Read More

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December Vice-Principal’s Message

There are a few days over the Christmas holiday season, once the rush of gatherings and events are finished, where time stands still for a little while and everything seems to move in slow motion. It’s quite the opposite of slow motion in the organized excitement of MES life, and we have a lot of important work to complete before the break. So, in spite of the hustle and bustle of December, let’s not forget to walk slowly, breathe deeply,… Read More

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MES Highlights Assemblies

At MES we value student student engagement: social, academic, emotional, & intellectual. One way we celebrate engagement is through assemblies. Assemblies at MES are open to everyone and the calendar of assemblies is listed on our website. ( click here for a link to our school calendar ) We also like to highlight certain special assemblies such as last year’s quartet of Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra players, the Kayler & Bergen concert, or the Horizon String Quartet. November 9 is our Remembrance Day Assembly featuring the Grade 4 choir. The… Read More

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MES Highlights Peace Concert Invite

MES Music is very excited to announce that the Manitoba Choral Association has invited our Gr. 4 Choir to be part of this year’s annual Peace Concert. The Eastman Chamber Choir, Eastman Male Choir, Choral Society Choir and MES Gr. 4 Choir are each going to perform a selection of songs and one Mass song altogether at the end. We feel honoured and excited to be part of it. The Peace Concert, which is free of charge, is going to… Read More

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November Principal’s Message

This October we have had a bit of everything from nice warm days to snow and cold winds. I guess we should expect that living in Manitoba. Here at MES we have had a much more predictable October with class routines settling in, teacher professional development with a focus on deeper learning, and preparations for the first reporting period. The forecast for November at MES calls for warm smiles with high student engagement learning. Some things are clearly easier to… Read More

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