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Building bridges with communities

Mistissini Assembly

About 200 family members, teachers, elders and representatives of various entities assembled in the gymnasium of Voyageur Memorial High School Monday March 4, 2019, to determine ways to develop a more effective learning environment.

Kindness Day leads the Way

Kindness Day

Students in Cree School Board schools marked February 27 by learning what it means to be kind. Whether helping one another or reaching out to a friend who is feeling blue, Pink Shirt Day at VMS Elementary in Mistissini was a day to highlight the importance of respect - a traditional Cree value.

Students explore science

Regional Science Fair 2019

Students in schools around Eeyou Istchee took part in annual science fairs to determine eligibility for the Regional Science Fair held February 14, 2019, in Waskaganish.

Congratulations to SRVTC 2018 Graduates!

SRVTC 2018 Graduates

The Sabtuan Regional Vocational Training Centre wishes to highlight the outstanding achievement of its 2018 graduating classes.

We had two graduations for “Northern Heavy Equipment Operations" in 2018, with 14 trained and certified professionals entering the field in the new year.

Culture the focus of 2019 Recruitment Event

Culture Focus 2019 Recrut Event

The mood is one of anticipation, hope, and a little competition sprinkled on top. Administrators from schools in all nine Eeyou Istchee communities along with representatives from Education Services, Frontier College, Elephant Thoughts and Mikw Chiyam strutted their stuff for potential teachers during the third annual CSB Recruitment Event at the Delta Hotel in Montreal.

Eeyou Istchee the focus of Recruitment Event

Eeyou Istchee the focus of Recruitment Event

It's the frost on the trees, the sparkle in the skies, the opportunity to live close to nature, and the feeling of community that draws many southerners to the north. And the Cree School Board is hoping those expansive sunrises and sunsets will help encourage even more people to consider living in Eeyou Eenou Istchee when it hosts its Recruitment Event in Montreal.

Adult Learning Needs Assessment underway

Adult Learning Needs Assessment

Sabtuan Adult Education Services in partnership with Cree Human Resources Development (CHRD) launched the first phase of its Adult Learning Needs Assessment February 6, 2019. The goal is to survey as many community members and businesses of Eeyou Eenou Istchee as possible to better understand their needs in terms of adult education, training and employment.