The Sturgeon Heights Collegiate Girls Soccer team continued the school’s winning ways this past weekend. The team captured their second straight MHSAA 'AAAA' Provincial Girls Soccer Championship. The girls defeated the Dakota in the semi-finals 5-0 and St Marys Academy Flames 3-2 to take home the provincial crown. Special congratulations to Machaela Burdeny, Justine Maxwell and Britney Blunderfield, who were selected to the provincial all star team and to Shae-Lynn Dodds the provincial Most Valuable Player. Way to go Huskies!
Thursday, April 28, 2016
PAYWORKS HIGH SCHOOL COACHES OF THE MONTH
Evan Cox of Sturgeon Heights Collegiate has been selected as Paywork High School Coach of the Month for March.
This past March, Evan coached the Huskies to the Junior Varsity AAAA Provincial Basketball Championship. Evan has been the head coach of the JV program for the past 7 years. During this time he has also offered assistance to the varsity boys and varsity girls basketball teams. As a testament to his dedication for school sports, and students, Evan was balancing the badminton tryouts during his team's Provincial Championship run. Evan has shown a strong commitment to his own personal coaching development attending numerous clinics and conferences.
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Thursday, March 17, 2016
MPETA FARSIDE WORKSHOP 2016
Living Mino-Pimatisiwin (The Good Life) through Health and Physical Education
The Manitoba Physical Education Teachers Association (MPETA) is excited to host the annual 2016 MPETA- Farside Workshop on Friday April 29, 2016 at the University of Manitoba.
The theme for the conference will be “Living Mino-Pimatisiwin (The Good Life) through Health and Physical Education.
Lunch is provided.
$50 for MPETA members.
Its about learning to jig Métis style, dancing in harmony with the music. We will learn the basic step which can be used to dance at any event with the fiddle present. We will also learn to jig to the Red River Jig which requires the basic steps and many fancy steps.
Manitoba Aboriginal Sports and Recreation CouncilPresenter: Melvin Magpantay, Edward Albert and Lynette Kryminski
Topics include: Challenges youth face in participation, services MASRC provides, and the North American Indigenous Games.
Exploring Hoop Dance Presenter: Brandy McKay
Following the “make an take” activity of making your own hoops, teachers will be taught to explore hoop dance using their own set of hoops and learn some basic hoop dance moves and skills. Land-Based Teaching for Children Presenter: Barb Carlson and Jennifer Davis In this hands-on workshop, participants will be introduced to a variety of outdoor, land-based activities designed for children that convey Indigenous approaches to learning using the natural world as the classroom.
Hoops to Build Community Presenter:
Teachers will be guided through step-by-step instructions on how to build a set of hoops and be given the opportunity to build their own set as a “make and take” project.
For more information and registration