The Board of Trustees
Lord Selkirk School Division
extends an invitation to attend
- Tuesday, October 13th, 2015, 7:00 p.m., at Walter Whyte School
- (for Walter Whyte/Brokenhead area)
- Tuesday, October 27th, 2015, 7:00 p.m., at Lockport School
- (for Clandeboye/Petersfield/St. Andrews area)
- Thursday, November 12th, 2015, 7:00 p.m., at East Selkirk Middle School
- (for East Selkirk area)
- Tuesday, November 24th, 2015, 7:00 p.m., at Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive School
- (for Selkirk area)
The Board will be looking for feedback on programming, communication, and suggestions for Budget 2016-2017.
Community members are welcome to attend on any of the above dates.
For more information, please call 204-482-5942.
LSSD BOARD OF TRUSTEES DIVISIONAL PLAN 2015-2018
The Board of Trustees adopted the Board Divisional Plan 2015-2018 at its Regular Meeting of May 19, 2015.
LSSD PowerSchool Portal is a secure, online website that allows those with permission to check how their child is doing in school.
Our School Division
Who We Are
The Lord Selkirk School Division serves students in communities spread over an area of 1760 square kilometres. The historic City of Selkirk, home of the Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive School, sits at the hub.
The school division stretches along both sides of the Red River, from the southern suburban communities of Lockport and St. Andrew's, through the farming areas of Clandeboye, Petersfield and Libau, to the lakeshore communities of Grand Marais and Victoria Beach on Lake Winnipeg.
With a population of approximately 4,500 students, our 15 schools offer a wide variety of programs and activities.
Our schools celebrate the proud heritage and culture of the region - including the Brokenhead Ojibway Nation, the Scottish pioneers, the French Canadian voyageurs and the Ukrainian settlers.
The Lord Selkirk School Division is committed to providing quality educational programs and opportunities for its community of learners.
The Lord Selkirk School Division is committed to creating a safe, inclusive and respectful learning environment to support and enable learners to develop the knowledge, skills and values to reach their full potential.
Map of Our School Division
The City of Selkirk is approximately 24 kilometers north of Winnipeg and is mainly accessed from Highway #9.
Heading north on Winnipeg's Main Street past the Perimeter, the street evolves into Highway #9. It turns into "Main Street" again, this time as Selkirk's main thoroughfare.