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February 16
Frontier Fiddlers - Live Stream




STUDENT SHOWCASE - The Frontier Fiddlers

FRIDAY, February 17th @ 1:00 p.m. 


       Click on the link below to watch this live streamed performance!​

February 15
Frontier Idol and Frontier Rocks!


Streamed Live from the Canad Inns - Fort Garry

 TONIGHT! Wednesday, February 15th @ 7:30 p.m.

Join us LIVE from the comfort of your home to watch the 2017 'Frontier Idol and Frontier Rocks Competitions'.​​


February 08
Outstanding Employee Contribution Award






Nominations are invited for the Frontier School Division Outstanding Employee Contribution Award 2017.  This award recognizes employees who demonstrate one or more of the following:

• Proficiency in their area of responsibility;

• Contribution to the Division as an employee;

• Contribution as a community member;

• Provision of leadership in the nominee’s area of employment;

• Evidence of personal and/or professional growth; and

• Evidence of development and implementation of effective practices in their field of work.

Outstanding Employee Contribution Award Nomination Form 2017.pdfOutstanding Employee Contribution Award Nomination Form 2017.pdf


The selection of the recipient will be made by the Board of Trustees at its regular meeting in May and announced in June via special announcement.

January 26
Power of Ideas Tour

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Power of Ideas Tour

Frontier Collegiate - April 18 & 19, 2017

Frontier Collegiate Institute is proud to announce that they are one of the 60 locations in Canada to be selected to host ‘The Power of Ideas’ tour as part of Innovation 150 a nationwide celebration of Canada's innovative future, present and past. Science festivals, presentations, travelling exhibitions, a Maker Mobile, and contests will engage communities across the country in 2017 in celebration of Canada’s 150 birthday.

The tour is a joint initiative by Perimeter Institute and Actua and will include three important elements to promote science and innovation.

The Exhibition will be presented by the Perimeter Institute in the Frontier Collegiate Institute (FCI) gym, where up to 75 students at a time can be introduced to the great thinkers of physics and the work that is helping us understand the natural world. The 30-40 minute walk through will spark students curiosity, promote creativity, encourage critical thinking, and celebrate collaboration. 

The Power of Idea Talks presented by Perimeter Institute will be held in the library @ Frontier Collegiate. It explores innovation in all its forms, from technical to social progress. A total of 30 students can attend the talks for a 45 minute period of time.

A video highlighting the exhibition and talk can be viewed here.

The Maker Workshops are presented by Actua and they will be held in room# 13 @ Frontier Collegiate. The workshops will be held for a 60-90 minute class period and they can accommodate 30 students at a time. A 20 or 30 minute reset is required. Possible workshops may include coding, 3D printers, a laser cutter, programmable circuit boards, etc. 

Frontier Collegiate and Area 4 schools will be scheduled for April 18th, while schools in the Northwest and Northeast region will be scheduled for April 19th.

More details will be made available as they become available!​

December 13
Frontier Christmas Card Design Contest Winners!

Frontier Christmas Card Design Contest

​The following artists were selected as winners of the Frontier Christmas Card Design Contest:

Keenan Morrisseau - Lakefront School - Grade 4 - "Santa's Visit"

Marina Simard - Wanipigow School - Grade 5 - "Winter on the Plains"

Shynen Mantee - Lakefront School - Grade 3 - " Christmas Morning"

Melaney Ducharme - Cormorant Lake School - Grade 6 - "Merry Christmas"

Kadence Klassen - Falcon Beach School - Grade 5 - "Snowman"

Amelia Houle - Lakefront School - Grade 5 - "Christmas Eve"

Two pieces of art were selected in special recognition. They will be added to the back of every card on either side of the logo. The two artists selected are:

Ali Everett - Berens River School - Kindergarten - "Elf"

Keisha Shlachetka - Cormorant School - Grade 4 - "Rudolph"​

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December 07
'AA' Frontier Mosakahiken School Volleyball Zones

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'AA' Frontier Mosakahiken School Volleyball Zones

Article written by: Laura Audia, Frontier Mosakahiken School

The gymnasium at Frontier Mosakahiken School was buzzing with excitement at the Senior Varsity Girls and Senior Varsity Boys ‘AA’ Volleyball Zones which took place between November 17th and November 19th 2016.  Many teams travelled across the province to join together in battle on the court for the championship banner.  St. Theresa Point, Nelson House, Oxford House, and Split Lake all made lengthy journeys to join local teams Oscar Lathlin Collegiate of The Pas, Frontier Collegiate Institute of Cranberry Portage and hosts Frontier Mosakahiken School.

The tournament began midafternoon on Thursday with round robin games.   Within a few plays, the gym was erupting with loud, boisterous cheers as the watching crowd cheered on their school, friends and fellow teammates.  The rumbling of the bleachers could be heard ringing through the halls as the spectators eagerly stomped their feet, whistled and encouraged the players as the ball made its way across the court. The gym was the main attraction with continuous games in play, the kitchen staff was busy as they prepared meals that filled the air with its delicious aromas, all while staff worked tirelessly to ensure a smooth, seamless and successful tournament. Athletes displayed exceptional skills on the court, positive sportsmanship and determination as they faced each other in an emotional race to the championship title. Athletes that exhibited these distinctive qualities on the court were awarded ‘Game Star’ by the game referees and given a prize donated by one of the tournament sponsors. This award was a new initiative introduced this year by the tournament organizer, Michelle Gamblin.  Although many teams fought hard as the games ran late into the evening on Friday, it began to be clear who would successfully make it to the playoff rounds Saturday morning.

The girls playoffs saw Oxford House, Split Lake, Oscar Lathlin Collegiate and Frontier Collegiate Institute face each other in the semi-finals.  The intensity on the court transpired to the watching crowd as they anxiously sat on the edge of their seat with every play.  Ultimately, OLC and FCI both defeated their opponents respectfully and faced each other in the championship game of best 2 of 3 sets.  The final game was jam packed with impressive serving, hitting and digging. Quick movements were made on the court in desperate attempts to save the ball in crucial plays during long rallies. Coaches motivated their players on the court and the crowd shouted excitedly as the match progressed.  In the end, the OLC Wolverines were no match for the FCI Raiders vigorous effort on the court and won the championship in 2 sets.  The Raiders stormed the court in celebration of their victorious win and will now be playing in Morris, Manitoba in the provincials held December 1st to December 3rd. 

The boys playoffs saw a tremendous display of athleticism as the playoffs took off on Saturday morning.  Hosts Frontier Mosakahiken School, Split Lake, Oscar Lathlin Collegiate and Oxford House advanced to the semi-finals.  The boys fought with grit and fortitude as they lead an emotional fight against their opponents. OLC and FMS advanced to the championship round after showing Oxford House and Split Lake no mercy. The OLC Wolverines and The FMS Grizzlies fought hard in combat for the championship banner. The gymnasium quickly became tense, soaking in the excitement of the game.  OLC and FMS cheered on loudly as the boys rallied for the win.  FMS Grizzlies won both sets to earn the championship title in an emotional win over OLC.  Athletes on both teams showed exemplar sportsmanship and made both of their schools proud. FMS Grizzlies will be advancing to the provincial tournament taking place on December 1st-December 3rd in Carman, Manitoba. 

Both championship titles held an award and medal ceremony following the game recognizing top athletes in the tournament. Awards were issues to Best Setter, Best Hitter, Best Blocker, Best Sportsmanship, Best Server and Most Valuable Player. In addition, first and second place medals were awarded to players and coaches on each team. The tournament ended mid afternoon on Saturday as teams headed back to their communities after a weekend full of exciting volleyball and new memories. 

Frontier Mosakahiken School would like to thank of their sponsors; Kleen All, Kick It Sports, Shanes Music, Dominos Pizza, Sound Innovations, Funky Threads, Michaels Pizza Hut, Northland Leisure, Cranberry Coffee Shop, Extra Foods and The Grub Box.  FMS would lastly like to wish both the Boys FMS Grizzlies and Girls FCI Raiders representing Zone 11 goodluck in the provincial finals.

December 05
Junior Art Contest the Fall Edition

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Junior Art Contest 

the Fall Edition

We are proud to present the winners and the art work of the Fall 2016 Junior Art Contest. We received 317 entries from Nursery to Grade 6. It was so much fun reviewing the submissions. 126 submissions were selected to go into the Division Art Gallery. Those selected were then voted on by Division Office Staff and

visitors to the Division Office.

Prizes consisted of art kits, and supplies to help provide young artists the tools to succeed. Prizes were awared to all 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners and runner-up prizes were sent in special recognition to those who came oh so close.

Please see the attached PDF listing all of the winners and their art work for each of the age categories. ​

Junior Art Contest the Fall Edition 2016.pdfJunior Art Contest the Fall Edition 2016.pdf 

December 01
Youth & Elder Gathering: Etah-ka-malipayik-kikway " Where something begins"

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Youth & Elder Gathering:


"Where something begins"​

 Submitted on behalf of Frontier Collegiate Elder/Cultural Committee

On the weekend of November 25th Frontier Collegiate  partnered with Food Matters Manitoba to host a Youth/Elder Gathering. The weekend was filled with many exciting and interactive activities such as:

- Interactive Traditional Cooking Classes
- Story Sharing 
- Traditional Dancing: the arts and culture
- Medicine Wheel Teachings
- On the Land Teachings
- Performance by Renowned Metis Musician Sierra Noble 

For more information on the weekends events please see the attached PDF. 

October 28
Physical Education Teachers Recognized at MPETA Awards

Physical Education Teachers Recognized at 

MPETA Awards

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Brian McMillan - Phys. Ed Coordinator presents                          Ralph Clark - PHE Canada presents

award to Michelle Gamblin of FMS-Moose Lake                         Tim Gianotti with the Dr. Andy Anderson Award

On October 20th 2016, MPETA (Manitoba Physical Education Teachers Association) presented the following awards to recognize outstanding contributions in physical education for the 2015-2016 school year. Congratulations to all 2016 MPETA Award Winners!

Two of Frontier School Division Physical Education Teachers were recognized for their contribution to physical education in Manitoba.

The Norman West MPETA Regional Award was presented to Michelle Gamblin of Frontier Mosakahiken School in Moose Lake. This award is presented to individuals who provided leadership in their region by hosting workshops or area tournaments, developing outstanding programs, and contributing to the community. Michelle has worked with FSD for the past eleven years and is the Physical Education Specialist at FMS. Congrats to Michelle on her award.

The recipient of the Dr. Andy Anderson Award is Tim Gianotti of Brochet School. The Dr. Andy Anderson Young Professional Award is presented once a year by Physical and Health Education Canada (PHE Canada) to one professional per province that best epitomizes exemplary work on behalf of the physical and health education profession. Tim has been the Physical Education specialist at Brochet School for the past four years. Congrats to Tim on receiving this award from PHE Canada.

A special thank you goes out to all nominators, presenters, and organizers for making the 2016 MPETA Awards a success!


Mr. Brian McMillan (Mick)

Physical Education Coordinator

Frontier School Division

October 06
Science and Technology in the Sub-Arctic

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Live Stream Session Descriptions

Tuesday, October 25th 

Stream one and two.pdfStream one and two.pdf

Wednesday, October 26th

Stream three and four.pdfStream three and four.pdf

Thursday, October 27th

Stream 5 and 6.pdfStream 5 and 6.pdf

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