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Cree School Board launches Traditional Teachings for the classrooms

Cree School Board’s Department of Cree Programs, in partnership with New Paths of Education, is excited to launch 42 videos from the Iyiyiuwayihtimuwin / Iinuuweyhtamuwin – Elder and Traditional Knowledge Keeper Teachings Video Project!

The project was designed to capture, preserve, and create a collection of traditional teachings of Cree elders from nine Cree communities in northern Quebec.

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Register Today to the PSSS Conference

As a follow-up to our announcement on December 14th, the Cree School Board is excited to share additional information on the activities and registration for the upcoming Post-Secondary Student Services Conference, which will be held at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, On from April 21 to 23, 2023.

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Chisasibi hosts Regional Science Fair

The Regional Science Fair with about 60 students from around Eeyou Istchee gathered for a science project competition with the theme of Science in Action with Indigenous Peoples. The science fair took place on February 23, 2023 at James Bay Eeyou School in Chisasibi.

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Passing of Catherine Boisvert Valencia

The Cree School Board mourns the passing of the late Catherine Boisvert Valencia on February 14, 2023. Catherine was a passionate teacher who taught students in Oujé-Bougoumou. She started working as a replacement teacher (2014-2015), and then a full-time teacher (2015-2022) at the Waapihtiiwewan School.

“Catherine was a dedicated teacher to our team and students, always energetic and vibrant,” said Waapihtiiwewan School, “She will be dearly missed by all and forever in our hearts.”

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Applications open for the Iyeskuwiiu Program for 2023-2024

Have you always wanted to go to college but aren’t sure you’re ready to leave your community for a semester?

You can study in your own community to gain college experience with the Iyeskuwiiu program, attending your courses online and on the land. All at the same time, deepening your Cree identity by taking culturally relevant courses designed by Cree educators, for Cree students!

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Recognition of Willie Ottereyes

We are sad to hear about the passing of a long-time member of the Cree School Board family, Willie Ottereyes.

Willie was apart of the Cree School Board family for around 33 years. He held many roles in the communities of Mistissini and Waswanipi for the CSB. He was a teacher, a vice-principal, principal, Coordinator of Adult Education, Community Education Administrator and also the first Centre Director for the Sabtuan Regional Vocational Training Centre in Waswanipi. We honour his contribution to Eeyou Education and to the Cree School Board.

We offer our heartfelt condolences to his family and loved ones.

Our New and Improved Hiring Platform

Are you looking for the best way to apply for a position at the Cree School Board? We are excited to launch the new Applicant Tracking System (ATS) for all potential candidates, our new hiring system! This platform is available to all and can be used to search and apply for open positions at the Cree School Board.

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Bully Free Program Is Coming to your Schools

For Students, Parents, and Guardians

We are excited to announce the launch of the Cree School Board Bully Free Program for all our students for the 2022-2023 school year. The program’s goal is to provide school employees with educational activities for all students in the elementary schools and secondary schools.

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CSB Celebrates the Success of the Special Needs Symposium

The event was hosted by the Cree School Board. The focus was on providing a forum for parents and caregivers to connect with one another through a series of workshops, presentations, and opportunities for dialogue.

The Cree School Board hosted the Special Needs Symposium for Parents and Caregivers in Gatineau, QC from November 29 to December 1, 2022, in collaboration with the Cree Board of Health and Social Services and the Cree Nation Government, under the theme “Stronger Together” ᒫᒨ ᒪᔥᑰᑳᐴᑖᐤ.

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