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Marshall Springs Community Culture Education

By | November 3, 2023

Marshall Springs will host a day of Indigenous and cultural learning for 350+ students and 30+ staff from a number of schools in the CBE. The day will include several workshops based on creative expression, and traditional arts & culture, including traditional drumming, tipi teachings, spoken word, Pow-wow dancing, Bhangra dancing, calligraphy, and more. All  Continue Reading »

Children’s Village Outdoor Space

By | September 20, 2023

  The Children’s Village School is a school for children with severe emotional and behavioral support needs. All of our students meet the criteria for exceptional and special needs learners. Our students have faced many obstacles that have prevented them from being successful in mainstream classrooms, and as a result have been placed at our  Continue Reading »

Colonel Macleod Indigenous Learning

By | May 17, 2023

  As an act of reconciliation and recognition, Colonel Macleod School has connected with local Indigenous Knowledge Keepers to deepen our understanding of Indigenous ways through the Indigenization of our school courtyard. Through teaching sessions, courtyard engagement and connecting with speakers and Elders, students, staff, and parents will learn how restoring natural spaces and reconnecting  Continue Reading »

Lester B. Pearson Indigenous Family Dinners

By | October 8, 2021

High school graduation rates for Indigenous students are still far below those of non-Indigenous individuals, and we’re determined to provide every student with the support they need to complete their studies and graduate happy, healthy, and ready to embark on a fulfilling life and career. An enormous part of helping Indigenous students relies on our  Continue Reading »

Lester B. Pearson Indigenous Garden

By | October 8, 2021

We’re so excited to finally start work on our Indigenous Garden! This project will be a true labour of love with staff, students, and their families all pitching in to help transform our outdoor space to a truly welcoming gathering place for our whole community. We’ll be starting construction of our Medicine Wheel in October  Continue Reading »