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 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.
The Cree School Board began its Community Tour for the 4th Regional General Assembly in October 2022, visiting majority of your schools and communities around Eeyou Istchee to discuss the theme “Continuing Our Iiyiyiu Education Journey.”
The biennial Regional General Assembly will travel to the remaining communities that we were unable to visit in October. The following dates have been rescheduled for Whapmagoostui, Oujé-Bougoumou, and Waswanipi:
A school inspired by Cree values dedicated to the academic achievement of our students in a safe, harmonious and welcoming atmosphere based on mutual respect. This must be accomplished in a healthy climate of trust and cooperation to enable them to become positive members of society.
Une école, basée sur les valeurs cries, dédiée à la réussite académique de nos élèves, et ce, dans un environnement sécuritaire, harmonieux et accueillant basé sur le respect mutuel. Cela devra se réaliser dans un climat sain où règnent la confiance et la coopération pour qu’ils deviennent des membres positifs de la société.
This is your school, others have built it for you. You must make it come alive and give it a face. Its spirit will be built daily by your actions. You are not alone. You are a member of a community. You obey the rules made by the community. You accomplish every day the obligations that link us all. You are solidarity. You are responsible. To break this law is to disavow yourself. To refuse it is to exclude yourself from the community.
Cette école est ton école, d’autres l’ont bâtie pour toi. Tu dois la rendre vivante et lui donner un visage. Son esprit sera construit tous les jours par ton action. Tu la construis pour les autres. Tu n’es pas seul. Tu es membre d’une communauté. Tu obéis aux règles fixées par cette communauté. Tu accomplis chaque jour des obligations qui te lient à nous tous. Tu es solidaire. Tu es responsable. Enfreindre cette loi, c’est te désavouer. La refuser, c’est t’exclure de cette communauté.
Chistaiimiiduuwin - Respect - Respect
Dibtaiimuwiin - Humility - Humilité
Kaachaataawaayiitaamuwiin - Wisdom - Sagesse
Naanahwiikaaduuwiin - Sharing - Partage
Shouchayimuwiin - Courage - Courage
Souwaayiichiichaawiin - Compassion - Compassion
Taabwaaoushshiiwiin - Honesty - Honnêteté
Waskaganish means "little house." This community of about 2,000 people lies on the shore of the Rupert River, near James Bay. Fort Rupert, as Waskaganish was first known, was one of three original Hudson Bay Company posts on James Bay.