Miller News

Thursday,  May 19, 2022   

  1. Mandatory track meeting Friday during lunch at 12:20 pm to confirm individual events for Zones in Mr. Smith’s room (former band room). If the weather is cooperating, there may be opportunity for a short practice following the meeting.

  2. Please bring overdue library books back ASAP. We have recently had a lot of requests for books that other students have signed out. Also please check your school email Junk folder for emails from the library telling you which books need to be returned. There is a new overdue list posted in the library.

  3. If you belong to, or are an ally of, the LGBTQ2S community, there is a summer camp opportunity available to you. Please see Ms. Tonna for details

  4. Border Land School Division is looking for summer help for the Altona/Gretna Schools and Division office.  The position consists of 35 hrs per week for 9 weeks total at minimum wage. Job duties include but are not limited to grass cutting, weeding, tree pruning, tiling painting and possibly assisting with summer cleaning.  Applicants must be atleast 16 years old and must have a dependable form of transportation.  The position is open until filled.   Please stop in at the office for more information on how to apply.

  5. Grade Wars Results for Aces Day
    Grade 12s came in 1st, followed by the Grade 10s, Grade 9s, and Grade 11s.
    Current Standings with one day left this year are











  6. On the evening of Friday, May 20, the Grade 11 and Grade 12 Drama class will be putting on a performance of “A Simple Task”. The Junior Improv Club will also present 20 minutes of improv fun. 
    Shows will start at 7 pm.
    Space is limited and seats will fill up fast so book a spot sooner than later. For info and to book, message Paul Krahn on Teams or at
    There will be a $5.00 fee due when you arrive. All proceeds will be donated to YIP and the Altona Foodbank.

  7. The school is looking at offering an Independent Physical Education option for G11 and G12 students again next year. Students in this class complete their activity hours and health work outside of regular class time. The course requires an application to ensure that students have a plan in place that will lead to completion of all of the requirements. If you are interested, please pick up an application and put your name on the interested student list in the office.

    GRADS 0F 2022

  8. REMINDER - After Grad sign up- forms can be picked up at the office and should be handed in by May 31

  9. Attention Grads: the W.C. Miller Local Awards Application is now available in the Post-Secondary Team. Let Ms. Tonna know if you need to be added to the Team. Applications are due May 27th.

    Wednesday, May 25th-League tournament in Portage La Prairie

    Thursday, May 19th @ Morden - CANCELLED

    Track & Field

    Mandatory meeting Friday @ lunch








    8:00-8:40 AM






    3:30-4:30 PM



    May 18th only




Border Land School Division

Border Land School Division acknowledges that the communities and schools located within Border Land School Division sit on Treaty 1 and Treaty 3 land, the original lands of the Anishinaabe peoples and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.

Border Land School Division respects the treaties that were made on these treaty areas and we dedicate ourselves to moving forward in partnership with our Indigenous communities in a spirit of truth, reconciliation and collaboration.