The Cree School Board supports Cree Nation students who wish to continue their education beyond secondary school with financial and social services
Pursue your education close to your home and culture. Sabtuan Adult Education Services (SAES) offers training, courses and educational support to adults in Eeyou Istchee.
We deliver a unique Cree education to youth living in Eeyou Istchee through inspired teaching, and valued, meaningful learning.
Working together to build a well-educated and successful Cree Nation through inspired teaching and valued learning
The Winter issue of the CSB community newsletter – Naatimaatutaau – is now available! Please click on the following link to read the complete translated newsletter in Cree, English, or French:
- pdf Naatimaatutaau – Issue 06 – Winter 2024 – ᐄᔨᔨᐤ
- pdf Naatimaatutaau – Issue 06 – Winter 2024 – English
- pdf Naatimaatutaau – Issue 06 – Winter 2024 – Français
Enjoy reading our Winter issue!
April 3, 1934 – February 3, 2024
Florrie Mark-Stewart was a respected Cree educator who devoted her life to preserving our language and culture within the classroom. Florrie, known for her love for students and collaboration with colleagues, expanded her influence beyond the classroom, becoming a beacon of knowledge who left a lasting impact on the Cree Nation.
The Cree School Board thanks Florrie for 20 years of dedicated service as a Cree Culture teacher. As we pay tribute to her legacy, our thoughts and prayers are with Florrie's family in the Cree Nation of Eastmain.
On the weekend of November 17-19, 2023, students from across the Cree Nation gathered in Wemindji and Mistissini for the CSB Basketball & Volleyball Tournament. Community gymnasiums buzzed with excitement as students enjoyed friendly competition and spectators cheered along.
“The community really came together to make this happen for the students,” said Wemindji principal Patrick Chase Ritskes, reflecting on the success of the Wemindji tournament. “People came to watch even if Wemindji wasn’t playing - just to support all the young athletes.”