The Role Model Program is offered as a resource to teachers wanting to extend Aboriginal curriculum in their classrooms. It is available to all teachers, at all grade levels. By bringing Aboriginal role models into the classroom, this program develops an understanding and respect of Aboriginal culture in all students.

A role model can:

  • provide an Aboriginal point of view to the subject matter
  • discuss aspects of Aboriginal history or traditions
  • share important aspects of Aboriginal culture
  • demonstrate their talents
  • teach special skills
  • provide a positive connection to the local communities

Coming Events

  • Child Care Month
  • Mental Health Awareness Month
  • May 5 – National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
  • May 8 – Happy Mother’s Day
  • May 11 – Business Cttee Mtg
  • May 11 – Education Cttee Mtg
  • May 23 – Victoria Day (schools are not in session)
  • May 25 – Regular (Public) Board Meeting (hybrid meeting – in-person or virtual)
  • May 27 – Non-Instructional Day (schools are not in session)
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