Manitoba Education and Training
Awards of $500 to Manitoba K-12 educators to recognize those whose educational methods have had a significant impact on student learning. Eligible educators may be nominated by students, colleagues, school administrators, school division administrators, trustees, and parents or legal guardians. Nominators should have direct knowledge of the nominee's contribution.
Awards are presented in the following categories:
Teaching Excellence Award
These teachers demonstrate exemplary professional practices and an exceptional ability to inspire students and colleagues.
Outstanding New Teacher Award
These new teachers demonstrate great enthusiasm and professional skills that foster a love of learning in students.
Outstanding Team Collaboration Award
These educators demonstrate a remarkable collaborative effort while spearheading an exceptional initiative that fosters student learning and engagement.
Outstanding School Leader Award
These passionate school administrators demonstrate an exemplary ability to bring out the best in students and staff in order to create a stimulating learning environment in which each individual can thrive.
Premier’s Award for Excellence in Education
These educators distinguish themselves by their remarkable contribution to student learning and engagement. (The recipients of this award are selected from among all the nominees for the above-mentioned award categories.)
GrantWatch ID#: 161720
There are 7 awards. Three awards will be given in the Teaching Excellent category and one each in the other categories.
Each award recipient will be invited to attend a reception at the Legislative Building and will be presented with a certificate and a monetary gift of $500.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit nomination packages by mail, email, or fax to:
Manitoba’s Excellence in Education Awards
Manitoba Education and Training
509–1181 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg MB R3G 0T3
For questions, contact:
204 945 6263
Toll-free: 1-800-282-8069 ext. 62623
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