The Kitaskinaw High School students will be providing gift wrapping services to the community during the last week of school before Christmas. If you have gifts that need to be wrapped, please bring them to the Kitaskinaw School Foods Room between December 17th – 20th during school hours and our students will wrap
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As a new teacher at Kitaskinaw School in 2016, it quickly became apparent that there were very few, if any, student vehicles. Considering the importance of getting a license, it was clear something had to be done. Students needed to appreciate that getting a license means: meeting the requirement of transportation to employment;
"This event was really awesome..." Successful College and University Post-Secondary School Fair at Kitaskinaw School! On Monday, November 19th 2018 was the first time that the Educational Liaison Association of Alberta (ELAA) had ever visited Kitaskinaw School! We received really positive feedback from the coordinator who said, “This event was really
Kitaskinaw School is hosting ELAA for the first time ever on Monday November 19th from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the gymnasium. Everyone is welcome to attend the event to meet post-secondary recruiters and get more information about University or college! What is ELAA? The Educational Liaison Association of Alberta (ELAA) is
In the summer of 2016, Kitaskinaw Education Authority hired Kyle Spohn, a journeyman and teacher, to help students get exposure to different trades. In 2017-2018, Kitaskinaw School registered its first apprentice, Shyla Morin. Shyla is expected to earn the title of second year apprentice in March of 2019. Kitaskinaw School began expanding on this
On Monday September 24th, 19 high school students from Kitaskinaw School went on a field trip to Edmonton for a historical tour of the river valley. The walk began at the University of Alberta and finished at the Rossdale Memorial Site in downtown Edmonton. Along the way, students were provided teachings about traditional territory,
Come out and meet the teachers & staff! Join us for Meet & Greet Dance on Monday September 24th! Pizza, salad, Chinese food & beverages will be served. Shake a leg, but don't break a hip! Time: 4 to 8pm, September 24th Location: Lunch Room, Kitaskinaw School Note: Absolutely no alcohol or drugs!
Miywēyihtamowin mistahi nitayānān osām ōma okiskinohamawiwinawāw ē-ati-mīskocipayik isi ka-kiskinohamācik onēhiyawinawāw. We are grateful for and excited by these amazing times of transformation at Maskēkosihk. Ēwi-nohtē-wītatoskēyimtāhk onīkīkomāwak kitawāsimisiwāwak ka-miyo-mahcihocik, kamiywēhitahkik kiskinohamawāwin kakiskēyihtahkik e-sākihicik. We want to work with you the parents and your children, so that they are healthy, happy, successful, community-minded, Maskēkosihk Nēhiyaw students
The Future is Now-Indian Control of Colonial Education! Chris Scribe, Director of the Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP), U of S, inspired everyone in a powerful presentation on Indigenous Control of Colonial Education. Chris defined insanity as “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” Chief Billy Morin has also said