Fall programming

New Fall 2018 schedule has been released. Please visit our Events page for complete list of programs and registration information.

Fall Session of Early AM Bootcamp

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Whyte Ridge CC Jr. Board Information Session

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Ringette Registration and Come Try Ringette

Ringette registration is open for all Whyte Ridge residents, with a deadline of September 3.  Whyte Ridge falls under the catchment area for Southwest Winnipeg Ringette Association (SWRA). Registration can be completed online at www.swra.ca
For anyone with children (boys or girls!) ages 3 to 10 that would like to come see what ringette is all about without having to commit to registering for the season, SWRA is hosting a Come Try Ringette event at Corydon Community Centre, September 9th at 10:30. Registration for the Come Try Ringette event can be completed online at the following link:

Sandra Kulchycki
SWRA Registrar

Youth soccer registration for indoor season opens Thursday September 6 at 8 pm

It is hard to believe the summer break is almost over. Although it may sound sad, it means that soccer playoffs for U13-U18 outdoor teams will begin soon! Thanks to our coaches who have already started practicing, and to the RDT program which has helped improve players’ skills. Our soccer teams are ready to kick! Best of luck to all teams, and hopefully Whyte Ridge will be well-represented on championship weekend at John Blumberg again. Thank you to all volunteer U9-U18 coaches for their time and effort to make the Whyte Ridge soccer program such a success.

Indoor soccer registration will commence at 8 pm on Thursday September 4 and will be open until Sunday, September 16. Players are placed on teams on a first come first served basis so be sure to register early. Registrations are not complete until payments have been received.

Once the registration is open, our Soccer Registration page will have a link to Player and Coach registration forms.

Whyte Ridge offers recreational indoor soccer for U9 to U18. Indoor soccer is a great way to stay in shape during our cold months. We are fortunate to have three beautiful indoor facilities in Winnipeg. Please make sure you read 10 reasons why Whyte Ridge Soccer is great.

Thank you to our sponsor Linden Ridge Orthodontics for continuing their support. We were able to purchase practice time at the U of M indoor facility for the teams last season due to their support. Please return the favour by supporting their businesses when you can.

Kirill Pirgalin
Youth soccer convener, on behalf of Whyte Ridge Soccer.

Henry G. Izatt Middle School (HGI) – Your Neighborhood Middle School

The HGI team is motivated to begin a positive school year. Here are some excerpts from the school’s annual community report to provide information on last school year’s experiences under our Strategic Plan headings; our “HGI’s”:

Henry G. Izatt Middle School garden

Humanity: Interactive Start, monthly assemblies, community citizen outreach, addressing global issues, inquiry-based and passion projects, athletics, arts-based programs and performance are ways in which HGI promoted belonging, cultural competence, global citizenship and a healthy learning environment.

Growth: Intentionally flexible periods have provided opportunities for our learning community to pursue interactive starts to the day, morning meetings and “passion projects” as means to cultivate student choice, curiosity and positive relationships as students and staff continue to learn and grow alongside one another. An inclusive environment ensuring equity for all has resulted in opportunities for everyone to realize their true potential for learning.

Innovation: With digital filming and editing projects that contribute to HGI Stories, the HGI Stories Broadcast Studio supported by our PAC, our 3D printing and coding infused Learning Commons, as well as our MakerSpace initiatives, opportunities for students to meet the demands of current society with innovative thinking continue to grow at HGI.

Sustainability: Our Student Action Voice Engagement group (S.A.V.E.) capitalized on various grants to support our new urban gardens. The gardens were designed, constructed and planted by HGI staff and students to house native plants and vegetables. The student-led recycling program, the roof-top beehives and our ongoing partnership with Riverwood Square are examples of initiatives that promote social responsibility and allow students to connect curricular outcomes to authentic and relevant experiences.

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