Welcome to George Waters Middle School Online!
We are the Academy of Science & Technology.George Waters has approximately 341 students and 30 teaching staff members and 11 support staff members. We enjoy the benefits of a small school environment, where teachers know all of the students and students know all of the teachers, yet George Waters Middle School is large enough to offer a variety of academic and co-curricular programs. Teachers work co-operatively in grade level pods to ensure the best opportunities for our students.
George Waters Middle School offers a full range of academic programs to meet the needs of our students. Beyond a rich academic program, GWMS offers an extensive co-curricular program, outdoor education camps that foster teamwork and 'connectedness', active student participation and student leadership opportunities, a house system (GWMS sharks) that promotes team spirit, JAWS time (bi-weekly Team Advisory Program sessions), dedicated resource and Guidance personnel for student support, and active Parent Council, and access to a full service cafeteria and lunch program. Monthly C.A.R.E. (Celebrating and Recognizing Excellence) Assemblies are held to celebrate student successes.
George Waters Middle School is known for the following key programs: PDHS (Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students), Hockey Academy, Arts Education (Art, Band, Choral, Leisure Art, Computer Art, Drama, Film Studies, Robotics, Active Living), Practical Arts (Home Economics, Woodworking, Electronics), and Enrichment Education.
George Waters Middle School is devoted to academic excellence, respect for individual rights and differences as well as to the development of individual strengths.
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Manitoba Education Parent Friendly Report Card
Manitoba Education has introduced a provincial report card mandated for school division use beginning in the 2013/2014 school year. The report card has been developed based on feedback from a field trial and through extensive consultations, in order to meet the goal of providing clear, consistent information for parents based on a coherent framework for assessment, grading, and reporting. The report card and the supporting framework on which it is based will help to enhance the quality of education in Manitoba and to build strong partnerships amongst students, teachers, and parents.
This document provides guidelines and policy primarily for educators, but also for others, with respect to its use. It may also be of interest to parents.
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