Trustee Beach Resigns

Trustee Beach Resigns

The Winnipeg School Division (WSD) Board of Trustees has accepted the resignation of Trustee Allan Beach. Beach, a Trustee since 2014, is leaving the Board June 30 due to a change of residence outside of the division boundaries. “We’re very sad to lose Trustee Beach...

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WSD Board approves Safe and Caring Policy

WSD Board approves Safe and Caring Policy

The Winnipeg School Division (WSD) Board of Trustees is taking a lead in Manitoba to ensure safe and inclusive schools for everyone. This evening, the Board approved a policy for Safe and Caring – Trans and Gender Diverse Students and Staff that will be implemented...

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City of Winnipeg Assessments

City of Winnipeg Assessments

Dear Parent/Guardian: As the Chair of the Finance/Personnel Committee, I would like to thank the many parents and guardians who have provided feedback to the Board of Trustees over the past months of community consultations as we developed the WSD 2016/17 Budget....

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Chris Broughton is…

  • A School Trustee elected to the WSD Board in 2014, he currently serves the board as Vice Chair and the Chair of the Finance & Personnel Committee.
  • A member on numerous WSD committees including Policy & Program, Building & Transportation, Public Relations & Communications, Governance, The Children’s Heritage Fund, and various community-based committees
  • A Paramedic with over 15 years of emergency care, community and safety advocacy
  • Former President of Paramedics of Winnipeg – having advocated for better, more efficient health services
  • Resident of Ward 2 for 15 years
  • Experienced in public policy in health and injury prevention with work on government boards and advisory councils
  • Devoted to a student’s physical and mental well-being to enhance learning
  • Community activist and volunteer – Has worked extensively with the Heart and Stroke Foundation, inner city schools, and as a Board Member and volunteer for the Fort Garry North Hockey Association
  • Father of 2 and active in his children’s school community

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