Published on
Mar 8, 2024
Weekly Update

Winter Sports Day

Winter Sports Day is nearly here! Student Council is getting ready for the big day and we look forward to the whole school engaging in a fun-fill active day!

A reminder that the deadline to sign up is Tuesday, March 12th. Registration can be completed online via the Permission Click form link emailed. This link will allow you to register your son(s) online for his chosen morning activity, grant permission for him to participate in Winter Sports Day, as well as sign a waiver/acknowledgement of risk form on his behalf. Fees collected on Permission Click include the activity fee, bus fee, and processing fee. This year, all payments will be made through Permission Click.

All events will be filled on a first come, first served basis. A spot for your son’s activity will not be guaranteed until a Permission Click form is completed. This includes any activity that requests students to enter as teams (hockey and basketball). All members of the team must be registered in order for that team to be made. If there are students registered without a team, they will be placed on a team. Students should bring their team roster to Ms. Rellinger in Room 127 ASAP once a Permission Click form has been completed.

Attendance is mandatory as this is an all-school event. If a student fails to register for one of the activities by the end of the day on Tuesday, March 12th that student will be assigned all-day (9:00 am - 3:00 pm) study hall. Students attending study hall will not be permitted to participate in the Olympics’ events in the afternoon.

Students are reminded to dress for their activity. Students and parents are reminded complete a waiver form if their activity requires one (Activate, bouldering at The Hive, indoor trampoline at Flying Squirrel, and laser tag at LaserTopia).

Schedule for the Day

  • 9:00 – Attendance at posted attendance stations (please complete student drop off at the Student Parking lot off Bower Blvd. and avoid the MultiPlex as this will be where buses are parked).
  • 9:15–12:00 – Morning Activity of Choice
  • 12:00–1:15 – Lunch
  • 1:15–2:45/3:00 – St. Paul’s Olympics

Monday, 11 March: Late Start for Students

Schedule IV is in effect.

Wednesday, 13 March: Late Start for Students

Schedule IV is in effect.

2024–2025 School Year Registration

Information packages to facilitate the registration process for students returning to St. Paul's in the 2024–2025 school year will be mailed on Monday, 11 March. In addition, the primary contact of grade 9–11 students will receive an email with detailed instructions for completing the registration process.

Parents must complete both the Online Registration form AND submit a new Tuition Payment form to the school to complete the registration process. 

Registration Deadline: 9:00 am on Wednesday, 20 March 2024. 

From the Counselling Department

Essay Contest for Manitoba Grade 11 & 12 Students
Manitoba students in gradese 11 and 12 are invited to participate in the Glassen High School Ethics Essay Competition. The winner of the best philosophical essay under 1,000 words receives a $1,000 award. Deadline for submissions is May 1. The 2024 Glassen Ethics Essay Competition topic is: What is the most important ethical issue raised by Artificial Intelligence, and how should we address it?

The Class of 2024 proudly presents Taking it to the Streets, it’s 37th Annual Fashion Show on Wednesday, April 17, 2024 at the Victoria Inn & Conference Centre. This event is in support of the Magis Fund, a fund that provides financial assistance to students who require support to ensure that they can be full participants in school life.

Tickets and sponsorships are available here Fashion Show - St Paul's High School (

Event details are as follows:

  • Wednesday, April 17, 2024
  • Victoria Inn & Conference Centre
  • Doors Open 5:00 pm
  • Dinner: 7:00 pm
  • Live Auction: 8:00 pm
  • Fashion Show: 8:30 pm
  • Tickets: $125

The Fashion Show Committee is still collecting prize donations for Live, Silent or Rainbow Auctions. For your donation or sponsorship, you/your business will receive recognition on signage at the event, and have your brand in front of parents, alumni, and local business owners.

Contact Kerri Moore, Head of Advancement and Special Projects at or 204-831-2325 for more information.

The Cru- Shoppe has beautiful Ladies bracelets by Hillary Druxman available for purchase. Bracelets are $40 plus tax. Purchases can be made online and in person, they would make a great gift.

Congratulations, Noah Neves '24

Noah was recently featured in a news story based on having established himself as one of the top high school track athletes in Canada. Click HERE to read the story. Contratulations, Noah!