'A turn-the-page moment': Enoch Cree Nation opens doors to new school Exactly 142 years since the Enoch Cree Nation agreed to partner for education by signing Treaty 6 with the Crown at Blackfoot Crossing, it celebrated the grand opening of a new K-12 school for its children and youth on Wednesday. Read more
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$22.5M Enoch Cree Nation K-12 school officially opens Exactly 142 years since the Enoch Cree Nation agreed to partner for education by signing Treaty 6 with the Crown at Blackfoot Crossing, it celebrated the grand opening of a new K-12 school for its children and youth on Wednesday. Read more on Edmonton Sun
Kitaskinaw School students give us reasons for our hearts to swell with happiness for many reasons. This time as they shared their knowledge of nêhiyaw metawewina or Cree traditional games with other children and youth. In the past our ancestors in all tribes and all ages participated in hundreds of physical activities that
On a cold Thursday in Kisepîsim - ᑭᓭ ᐲᓯᒼ, the Great Moon Month of January, the Culture Department organized Buffalo Teachings for the students. This was a very important and respectful event, full of valued, traditional knowledge sharing, which the entire school appreciated. Grades 5 and up received a hands on approach, while the kindergarten
This year Kitaskinaw School made some changes to the Work Experience and Registered Apprenticeship Program (R.A.P.) programs that are offered for its High School students. One of these changes was assigning a teacher to focus solely on these areas. As a direct result of this action, Kitaskinaw is pleased to report extreme growth
On January 21, 2019, thirty teachers from Kitaskinaw School had the pleasure of attending an engaging day of professional learning through Indigenous Voices at the River Cree Resort Hotel. The day was organized by the Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium (ERLC) featuring topics on traditional oral storytelling, exploring the use of Indigenous literature in elementary and secondary,
The Kitaskinaw High School students will be providing gift wrapping services to the community during the last week of school before Christmas. If you have gifts that need to be wrapped, please bring them to the Kitaskinaw School Foods Room between December 17th – 20th during school hours and our students will wrap