Caregivers & Students

PLPSD Revised Accessibility Plan

PLPSD has developed Accessibility Policy (FK) that commits to providing equity of access to programs and services within our school division, with an ongoing commitment to engaging all stakeholders in a manner that promotes and maintains respectful treatment and integrity of the process for all.

Click here to read more about the PLPSD Accessibility Plan.

Acceptable Use of Electronic Technology Policy for Students

Portage la Prairie School Division computers, software, networks, electronic systems, and access to the Internet are intended for educational or research purposes and for conducting valid school business. It is presumed that all technological resources, including personal devices, utilized on the Division’s property and network, will be used in a responsible, efficient, ethical, and legal manner, in accordance with Purpose and Mission Statements (AC) and the stated policies and regulations of the School Division. Policy IGA and IGA-E

Other Resources for Caregivers & Students

My Child in School A Manitoba Education resource for parents to help your child be successful in school.
Middle Years Education in Manitoba A Manitoba Education guide in improving student engagement for grades 5 to 8.
My Learning at Home Information and resources for learning at home.
Child Safe Searches A friendly search engine for kids (powered by Google).
Aboriginal Identity Declaration (AID) Declare your child's Indigenous Identity.
Everybody in School Every Day Initiative To reach out to parents and young Manitobans, the province is joining with the Manitoba Association of Parent Councils (MAPC) and educators to increase awareness of the importance of regular attendance at school for every child. The new strategy and supporting materials will be available on the MAPC website and the Manitoba Education website.
StressHacks StressHacks is a new provincially funded child and youth mental health navigation website to build greater awareness of the resources and services available for youth within our province and how to access them. It provides important tips to protect and promote positive mental health, as well as links to a range of resources for young Manitobans, their families, friends, teachers and others who care about them The site is geared toward children and youth between the ages of 10 and 24. It provides quick suggestions, or hacks, that will help individuals to decide if and when they need help, how to find help, and offer self-help tips and resources. The site will also assist users to locate a range of local and provincial mental health supports and services by providing links, resources and a Services Map (geo-locator) developed by Manitoba eHealth.