Former Cree School Board chairperson and champion of Cree language Luke Macleod has been awarded the Josie Sam-Atkinson Award for use of the Cree Language in the Media. The award is named for former Cree Regional Chief Josie Sam-Atkinson. Macleod was Chairperson from 1995 to 1996.
In keeping with our commitment to a well-educated and successful Cree Nation through inspired teaching and valued learning, the Cree School Board will host a Career Fair on
March 20-21, 2018 at le Centre Sheraton, Montreal.
Parents, teachers and community leaders came together in the high school gym this week in the name of Cree education. The Education Forum: A Community Dialogue was the first such event in the history of Luke Mettaweskum School.
While Cree language and culture has long been a focus for the Cree School Board, it is becoming increasingly clear that its preservation requires partnership.
That’s the message delivered by the Director General of the Cree School Board at the Michiminihtaau Chitayimuwininuu Eeyou Istchee Language Engagement Session held at the Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute in Oujé-Bougoumou March 13 to 15, 2018.
Deadline March 16, 2018
Are you a registered non-profit organization with a strong passion for helping advance the Cree Nation? The Cree School Board is inviting proposals for activities and services that target students, either directly or through their families, in the areas of student retention and educational success, and reading and literacy.
Click here to download the Student Success Project Funds details and application form.
All new registrations for Elementary Students for the 2018-2019 school year will take place at the schools starting this month.
For more information on ages and other requirements, click here.
From black holes to volcanoes, from traditional teas to preserving our environment, elementary and secondary students from the Cree School Board showed they have inquiring minds at the Regional Science Fair held in Mistissini February 28 - March 1, 2018.