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Summer 2013

Greetings All!

Before this school year ends, it is my privilege to congratulate all the teachers, directors, principals, and all the community members for their successes and perseverance to make their schools and classrooms a thriving environment.  I would like to take this opportunity to once again congratulate the graduates of the Class of 2013.

Lastly, on behalf of the staff and management of the MFNERC, to all the community members of the First Nations within Manitoba and throughout Canada, Happy Aboriginal Day!

Lorne C. Keeper

Executive Director

It Takes A Community

For First Nations people, education has always been defined as a lifelong learning process. Read More >

Strong Bonds for Successful Students

A strong student-teacher relationship is an important part of the foundation for building student success, and many of our First Nations schools recognize this. Read More >

Summer Time

The end of another school year is upon us. With that in mind, MFNERC has put together a short list of ideas to keep parents, … Read More >

Keeseekoowenin School in Pink

April 10th, 2013 marked the International Day of Pink. It was a day when communities across the country and across the world united to celebrate … Read More >

Manitoba First Nations Province Wide Assessment Initiative

The Grade 3, 7, 8 and Elder’s Roundtables that took place this past year were successfully attended by Year 1 School teachers. Roundtable reports are … Read More >

School Profile: Little Saskatchewan H.A.G.M.E. School

This Nursery to Grade 10 School has faced much adversity due to flooding in its community, but continues to support, encourage and motivate its 36 … Read More >

School Profile: Ginew School, Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation

The School maintains that by teaching students the beliefs that Anishinabe people have always held, the community will be strengthened for generations to come. It … Read More >

Download the Summer 2013 Issue

Download The Arrow Summer 2013 (PDF) Here’s whats inside: School Profile: Ginew School, Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation School Profile: Little Saskatchewan H.A.G.M.E. School Manitoba … Read More >

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