Extended deadline to April 21, 2023
Cree School Board’s Department of Professional Education, in partnership of McGill University’s Office of First Nations and Inuit Education, is excited to announce that three teacher programs are now open!
Applications are being accepted for the 2023-2024, potential students can apply to our Cree Teacher Training Programs:
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.
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.
The Opportunity for Each Child to Succeed
ᒉ ᐃᔮᑦ ᐊᐧᐋᔥ ᒉ ᒌ ᔖᐳᔥᑲᒃ᙮
To provide each of our students with an Eeyou-based education that will help prepare them to serve their families, community, Eeyou Nation and the larger society in a capable and confident manner.
ᒉ ᒌ ᒥᔮᑲᓄᐧᐃᒡ ᒋᒋᔅᑯᑕᒧᐧᐋᑲᓅᒡ ᐄᔨᔫ ᒋᔅᑯᑕᒫᒉᐧᐃᓂᔫ ᑖᓐ ᒉ ᐄᔑ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᐄᑯᑦ ᑲᔦᐦ ᒉ ᒌ ᒥᔪ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᐧᐁᔫᐦ ᒥᒄ ᑖᓐ ᒉ ᐃᔥᐱᔥ ᑲᔅᒋᐦᑖᑦ ᐊᓂᑌᐦ ᐃᔑ ᓃᔥᑖᒥᐦᒡ ᐃᔥᑯᑎᒃ ᐧᐄ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᐋᑌ ᐁ ᐯᔭᑯᑌᐅᓰᑦ, ᐅᑎᐦᑖᐧᐃᓐ ᑲᔦᐦ ᒥᓯᑌᔅᑲᒥᐦᒃ.
Respect, Accountability, Teamwork
ᒋᔥᑌᔨᐦᑕᒧᐧᐃᓐ, ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐱᒋᐦᑎᓃᓱᐧᐃᔨᓐ, ᒫᒨ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᐄᑐᐧᐃᓐ᙮
A small Cree community of 850 on the eastern cost of James Bay, Eastmain dates back to a 17th century Hudson Bay Company post. As trading became more customary, Crees began to settle near the community. Only in 1962 when the Lands and Forests Act was passed was the community established formally as a Cree community.
Eastmain is famous for its trout, whitefish, and pike, and today is the headquarters of the Cree Trappers' Association.
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