We are excited to highlight two new school logos! The Wabannutao Eeyou School and Jolina Gull Blacksmith Memorial School launched their new logos this spring.
Each school unveiled their logos in their communities, with students, parents, and community members in attendance.
The Regional Art Exhibition took place in the hallways of the Luke Mettaweskum School from April 26 to 30, 2021. This year's exhibition was a little different; Nemaska students joined in person and students from other schools participated virtually.
Students from Pre-Kindergarten to Secondary V had the chance to participate in four categories: Paint, Drawing, Illustration, and Mixed Media. The first-place winners will have their artwork displayed in the head offices of the Cree School Board in Chisasibi and Mistissini for a year.
Congratulations to the James Bay Eeyou Student, Tashvit Verma, who won first place for this year's Expo-Sciences Autochtone and was automatically selected for the Canada-Wide Science Fair for his science project "Learning Analyzer: A Fortran Code." Good luck at Nationals!
Our 2021 Regional Science Fair was organized as our first virtual science fair this year! The Waapihtiiwewan School hosted the regional event that took place on February 23 & 26. Students across Eeyou Istchee were invited to submit their science projects by video.
A highly educated community in which individuals are competent, productive, persevering and positive.
Une communauté grandement éduquée où les membres sont compétents, productifs, persévérants et positifs.
To provide an inspiring and culturally relevant, quality education in a safe learning community ensuring that each student becomes a successful contributor to society.
De fournir une éducation inspirante de qualité, culturellement orientée dans une communauté d’apprentissage sécuritaire où chaque élève contribuera avec succès à la société.