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St. Theresa Point High School

Serving Junior Kindergarten through to High School students, St. Theresa Point First Nation’s three schools strive to provide an environment that facilitates and promotes learning in a whole and balanced way. All schools on the First Nation work with various members of the community to empower students, and to preserve language and culture. Members of the schools and community believe that education is a partnership between parents, teachers, Elders and children.

 

St. Theresa Point Elementary School

Serving Junior Kindergarten through to High School students, St. Theresa Point First Nation’s three schools strive to provide an environment that facilitates and promotes learning in a whole and balanced way. The schools sit side by side on the First Nation, and work with various members of the community to empower students, and to preserve language and culture. Members of the schools and community believe that education is a partnership between parents, teachers, Elders and children.

 

Sioux Valley High School

“We assert our sovereign rights, traditions, spiritual beliefs and faith in the Creator to protect, promote, preserve and maintain our distinct Dakota Oyate language, culture, and natural laws…” This mission is what the two schools of the Sioux Valley Dakota Nation work to teach their students. Sioux Valley High School boasts 111 students from 7-12. Sioux Valley School (Tatiyopa Mazawayawa Tipi) is a N-6 school with 214 students. Both schools strive to build student capacity and success at all levels, and prepare young people for a strong and healthy future.

Tatiyopa Mazawayawa Tipi – Sioux Valley School

“We assert our sovereign rights, traditions, spiritual beliefs and faith in the Creator to protect, promote, preserve and maintain our distinct Dakota Oyate language, culture, and natural laws…” This mission is what the two schools of the Sioux Valley Dakota Nation work to teach their students. Tatiyopa Mazawayawa Tipi – Sioux Valley School is a N-6 school with 214 students. The Sioux Valley High School boasts 111 students from 7-12. Both schools strive to build student capacity and success at all levels, and prepare young people for a strong and healthy future.

Kisemattawa Kiskinwahamakew Kamik School

Shamattawa First Nation is located where God’s River and Echoing River meet in Northern Manitoba. Kisemattawa Kiskinwahamakew Kamik School has students from Nursery to Grade 12. The school believes that each child has a right to his/her culture, language and identity, and to a quality education that is appropriate to their needs. The school’s students are always at the centre of this belief through a “child first” commitment that is embraced by all. Approximately 400 students attend the school.

Peter Yassie Memorial School

“We want to encourage our youth that anything is possible if they put their minds and hearts to it, no matter what their endeavors are.”
Overseen by The Sayisi Dene First Nation, Peter Yassie Memorial School’s mission is two fold: for students to know and live their Dene Heritage, and for students to have the same educational programs, resources and opportunities as children anywhere in the province. The school serves approx. 74 students, and was named after a former Chief of the Sayisi Dene First Nation.

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Neil Dennis Kematch Memorial School

“Our Students – Shaping Our World” The Neil Dennis Kematch Memorial School, completed in 2007, is located on the Sapotaweyak Cree Nation. The school’s mission is to provide a quality education for all its 337, N-Grade 12 learners. Named after community member and former Education Director, Neil Dennis Kematch, the school strives to build on his legacy, by teaching students how he never gave up on his dream of creating a community-based education system.

 

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Isaac Beaulieu Memorial School

Isaac Beaulieu Memorial School, a Nursery to Grade 12 School, was constructed in 1984 on the Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation for approx. 500 students. The school has since expanded to accommodate the growing student population of Sandy Bay, as well as its staff of 95. Today the school boasts close to 1,000 students. Communication between students, parents and the community is of the utmost importance, with a monthly newsletter posted online that details all the many happenings at the school.

Ginew School

Ginew School is on the Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation. The school maintains that by teaching students the beliefs that Anishinabe people have always held, the community with be strengthened for generations to come. It also strives to share its culture and teachings with neighbouring communities by hosting an annual “Gathering of Friends”. The school has a student population of 123, as well as 29 staff members.

Wapi-Penace School

More info coming soon.