Hanover School Division Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the name of the new school in Niverville. Opening in September 2019 and serving students in Grades 9-12, the facility will be named Niverville High School.
The school name was chosen after receiving community feedback from students, parents/guardians, staff, and community members. The board-appointed Naming Committee received over 100 name suggestions. The chosen name reflects feedback received, and aligns with the Board’s desire for the school name to retain its distinct community identity.
Coinciding with the opening of the new high school, Niverville Collegiate Institute will transition to Grades 5-8 and be renamed Niverville Middle School. The existing facility will undergo renovations to support the needs of the middle school curriculum.
The Board thanks all those who participated in the naming process. We look forward to the opening of Niverville High School.
Hanover School Division officially turned sod for construction of the new high school planned for Niverville. Held on site, the ceremony also included the unveiling of architectural drawings for the facility.
Special guests of the Hanover School Division included Hon. Ian Wishart – Minister of Education and Training, Shannon Martin – MLA Morris, His Worship Myron Dyck – Mayor of Niverville, Michael Fritschij of MCM Architects Inc., Tony Bergagnini of Red Lake Construction, Pastor Jason Kehler of Fourth Ave. Bible Church, Members of Niverville Town Council, Representatives of the Public Schools Finance Board, and students from Niverville Collegiate Institute. Read More…
Hanover School Division Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Mrs. Kimberley Funk has been selected as the first Principal of the new high school in Niverville. Scheduled to open in September 2019, the new school will serve 450 Grades 9-12 students. Mrs. Funk has been the Vice Principal of Landmark Collegiate since 2013, and will transition into her new role beginning February 2019. Previous to Mrs. Funk’s current position, she was Guidance Counsellor at Steinbach Regional Secondary School from 2010-2013. Read More…
The official sod-turning ceremony for construction of the new 66,700 sq. ft. high school in Niverville will take place Friday, March 23, 2018 at 10:00am. Opening September 2019, the new school will serve 450 Grade 9-12 students and have expansion capacity for up to 550 students. The ceremony will be on… Read More
Hanover School Division is pleased to announce that Red Lake Construction will serve as general contractor for the planned 66,700 sq. ft. high school in the town of Niverville. Awarded the tender, Red Lake Construction will complete the building project in 70 weeks at a base cost of $18,450,000. Serving… Read More
Hanover School Division has announced the start of the tender process for construction of a new 66,700 sq. ft. high school in the town of Niverville. The new school will serve 450 Grade 9-12 students, and have expansion capacity for up to 550 students. As previously announced, the location of… Read More
Hanover School Division is pleased to announce an agreement in principle to purchase serviced land from the Town of Niverville for the construction of a new 66,700 sq. ft. high school. Scheduled for completion by September 2019, the school will serve 450 Grade 9‐12 students and have expansion capacity for… Read More
Manitoba Education and Training Minister, Hon. Ian Wishart has officially issued a request for proposals (RFP) from architectural consulting teams to finalize the design and tender for a new school in Niverville, Manitoba. The new school will be situated within the catchment area of the Hanover School Division. Announced today… Read More