Strategic Planning Community Conversations 2023 » Parents/Guardians & Community Consultations

Parents/Guardians & Community Consultations

The Board of Trustees will be scheduling consultations in MVSD communities to seek input from parents, guardians and community members into the Strategic Planning process. More dates and locations will be posted on this page as information becomes available.  Options to attend virtually will also be available.
An online RSVP form will be available for each community consultation.  Alternately, you may call Susan Hazell, Executive Secretary at (204) 638-3001, ext. 88016 to register.  
Upcoming Community Consultations:
Community: Gilbert Plains Click here to RSVP online by Oct. 16th 
Date and Time:  Wednesday, October 18, 2023 at 7:00 PM
Location:  Gilbert Plains Collegiate
Community: Winnipegosis  Click here to RSVP online by Oct. 24th
Date and Time:  Thursday, October 26, 2023 at 7:00 PM
Location:  Winnipegosis Elementary School
Community: Grandview  Click here to RSVP online by Oct. 30th
Date and Time:  Wednesday, November 1, 2023 at 7:00 PM
Location:  Grandview School
Community: Dauphin  Click here to RSVP online by Nov. 7th
Date and Time:  Thursday, November 9, 2023 at 7:00 PM
Location:  DRCSS
Completed Community Consultations:
  • Ethelbert - held Apr. 27, 2023 at Ethelbert School
  • Roblin - held May 15, 2023 at Goose Lake High School
  • Ochre River - held May 24, 2023 at Ochre River School
  • Dauphin - held Jun. 5, 2023 at the MVSD Division Office
In moving toward developing the strategic direction for the school division, there are a series of questions for discussion that the division wants to pose. These will further the dialogue so we can shape the future of Mountain View. The following survey questions may be answered using the link to the online survey at  
  1. How can your community grow the student population to ensure the sustainability of your local school?
  2. What is your current access to Internet connectivity where you live?   How can MVSD advocate for your connectivity needs?
  3. Do you think that students have access to a variety of opportunities in preparation for life after graduation. Why?
  4. What types of community partnerships would you like to see for students in your community?
  5. What types of services would you like to see being delivered by other agencies in your local school?
  6. In the area of Student Learning (programming), what would you identify as a priority?
  7. In the area of Student Well-Being (safety/wellness), what would you identify as a priority?