The Nation employs a Home-School Liaison Coordinator who provides ongoing support for students and families to encourage and improve the success of the Nation’s students.
Students are supported with a tutoring program and celebrated with a year-end event to mark their achievements. Grade 12 graduates are honored with an Aboriginal Graduation ceremony held in the Big House.
For more information, contact Home-School Liaison Coordinator Shelly Haunch at email@example.com or phone 250-286-6949.
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A representative of the Nation sits on the Aboriginal Advisory Council for School District 72 (Campbell River). The council review and advises on curriculum. Initiatives supported include bringing in Speakers, Elders, storytellers and artists to promote aboriginal teachings among all students – native and non-native. Activities include cultural crafts, language activities, game boards, and dancing and drumming groups.
A representative from the Nation also works with the School District to review and revise the Local Education Agreement (LEA). These agreements provide funding to First Nations for the purchase of education services for eligible on-reserve students attending provincial schools from kindergarten through grade 12. The LEA is a mechanism for promoting First Nations involvement in the public education system and for formalizing a mutual commitment to improving levels of achievement by First Nations students.
For more information, contact Post-Secondary Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-286-6949.