Thank you for being part of the pilot program with Manitoba’s first accredited online school. The WVC wants to continue improving and so we would love to have your feedback about your experience with our program. Read More >
There will be no live classes on Tuesday November 24, 2015. Read More >
No Live Classes Friday October 23, 2015
There will be no live classes on Friday October 23, 2015. The WVC staff will be attending the provincial SAGE conference. Please check your course home page for specific messages from your teacher(s). Have a great weekend. Regular classes resume Monday October 26, 2015.
A reminder notice to students that there will be no live classes on Monday October 12, 2015 due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Regular classes resume on Tuesday October 13, 2015.
A reminder that there are no live classes on Friday October 9, 2015 due to the WVC staff attending the First Nations Circle of Knowledge and Practices conference. See your course home page on specific instructions on what to do in place of the live class.
First Nations Circle of Knowledge and Practices Conference
January 29 at 12 pm Allison McDonald and the rest of the Wapaskwa staff gathered in our 1090 Waverley location to witness the iPad draw. Students earned draw tickets based on their positive learning behaviours for things such as good attendance, good performance, positive class contributions, etc. Some students had as many as 25 entries!
Congratulations to Ronald Lewis, the winner of this semester’s grand prize!
Wapaskwa plans to give away another iPad next semester, register now!
Thank you for being part of the pilot program with Manitoba’s first accredited online school. The WVC wants to continue improving and so we would love to have your feedback about your experience with our program. Please take the time to complete our end of the semester student feedback form. In order to encourage your participation, all received forms will be entered for a chance to win an iPod Touch. The last day to provide your feedback is Friday January 30, 2015. Ask your school staff member for a printable copy if you prefer.
From our main page, click under Current Students in the Nav Bar and scroll down to find the Student Feedback Form. A video will also be posted within the course if you are having trouble accessing the online form.
Aboriginal Veterans Day began in 1994 in Manitoba to honour the contributions of First Nations and Metis people who served in the Canadian Military. In 2001 the National Aboriginal Veterans War Memorial was unveiled and dedicated in Ottawa, and commemorative ceremonies are now held in many communities in Canada on November 8th.