Welcome to MPETA!

The Manitoba Physical Education Teachers Association is affiliated with the Manitoba Teachers Society as a special area group. MPETA is an educational and professional organization which is dedicated to serve physical education in Manitoba Schools.


September 30, 2016

Safety Guidelines for Physical Activity in Manitoba Schools

Updated Safety Guidelines for Physical Activity in Manitoba Schools



TUCK Workshop

September 30, 2016


MPETA will cover the workshop cost and sub cost for 30 new teachers.

Send an email to mpeta@sportmanitoba.ca to reserve your spot!!

Information and the registration form can be found here

Early registration ends October 7th!

MTS Professional Development Day 2016 Sessions

August 26, 2016

Newly updated session booklet…

Program and session descriptions are now available for the MTS Professional Development Day on Friday October 21st, 2016.

MPETA Professional Development Day Session Program 2016

Registration Link- Register Here!


Early Bird Registration starts Friday September 16th, 2016 and ends on Friday October 7th at  11:30pm.

Regular Registration starts Saturday October 8th at 12:00am and ends on Friday October 14th at 11:30pm.

Once again we will be taking walk up registrations on the day of the event, October 21st 2016.

There is also an off-site session being presented by the Outdoor Council of Canada. Information and registration can be found here

MTS PD Day Marketplace Information

August 5, 2016

Information for the MTS PD Day marketplace can be found in the link below.

Deadline for registration is October 3rd, 2016.


SAGE Marketplace Registration form 2016

Response to Survey on Reporting of Student Progress in Physical Education/Health Education

May 16, 2016

The Manitoba Physical Education Teachers’ Association (MPETA) and the Manitoba Physical Education Supervisors’ Association (MPESA) would like to thank the 363 individuals who recently completed the online survey on Reporting of Student Progress in Physical Education/Health Education.

The initial review of the survey results indicates that while there may be some interest in moving from one method of reporting (I.e. rubric score, percentage, or complete/incomplete) to another within certain grade groupings there is not enough conclusive data at this time to initiate any changes to the current Provincial policy on reporting student progress/achievement via the Provincial Report Card.

The MPESA and MPETA will further analyze and discuss the survey results with Manitoba Education and provide a more in-depth analysis report in an upcoming MPETA Journal.

Again both MPESA and MPETA would like to thank all respondents for their participation.

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