April 24
Professional Development
(No Classes)

April 28
-Grade 9-12 Report Cards Sent Home
-Grade 7-12 Trip to Brandon (BU tour)
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Alonsa's Kindergarten Here I Come Schedule
April 29
(Full Day)
May 27
(Full Day)
June 8 & 10
(Full Day)
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May 5
Grade 7-12 Trip to Brandon (ACC tour)

May 7
K-Grade 3 Field Trip to Winnipeg

May 18
Victoria Day (School Closed)

May 25
Zone Track & Field

May 28
Grade 5/6 Turtle Derby at Ste. Rose School

May 29
Grade 7/8 Turtle Derby at Ste. Rose School


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Alonsa School is a K-12 School with a student population of approximately 130, 12 teachers, 8 educational assistants, school secretary, school librarian, community connector, 2 custodians and 5 bus drivers.

As our school motto is "Making a difference through empowerment", we have aligned school operations to support that motto.

We offer full academic programming from K-12. The Alonsa School kindergarten program runs all day every day.
Grade 9-12 students have the opportunity of attending Tech Ed at McCreary School and Power Mechanics at Glenella School. The food and nutrition course is offered locally within the school.

Our grade 8 students follow a similar timetable as does the grades 9 to 12 students. Our high school timetable runs 6 periods.  Periods 1, 2, 5 and 6 run all year, while periods 3 and 4 are semesterized and end in January first semester and June in semester two. Students can receive up to 9 credits per year if the Power Mechanics and Tech courses are included in their selections.

There is an active student council which plans spirit weeks, staff appreciation, Christmas activities, school curling bonspiels, school dances and supports school activities which include sports, field trips, and presentations for the student body.

There are many extra-curricular activities which occur throughout the school year. These include: yearbook, graduation, student council, social justice club, garage band, and sports; volleyball, curling, track and field, soccer, basketball, golf, baseball and badminton.

Alonsa School is proud to be designated as a Community School
through Manitoba Education. We are able to provide programming
supports for the Alonsa School student community which includes
breakfast and snack program, special presentations and varied academic
and social supports. The parent room enhances the programming
we provide through the Community School Project.

Last Update - October 6, 2014

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Alonsa School
Box 6
Alonsa, Manitoba
R0H 0A0

Phone: (204) 767-2168
Fax: (204) 767-2279