Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education and Training Institute and Lakehead University recognize the potential benefits of working together as partners in the development and delivery of post-secondary education and training programs for Aboriginal students. Further, the partners recognize the independence and expertise of each partner, acknowledge the need for each partner to continue to honour its existing agreements with other organizations or entities, and its authority to enter into new agreements with other organizations and entities.
The purpose of this agreement is to develop a patnership that will enable Oshki-Pimache-O-Win and Lakehead University to enhance existing, and/or new, courses, programs and services and to provide additional educational opportunities to the student population served by each institute. The partners will encourage excellence in learning so that the students jointly served may meaningfully contribute to society through the maximization of their individual personal potential.
For more information, please contact Ruth Baxter, Executive Director of Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education and Training Institute at (807) 346-2770. Check out the pictures of the signing of the partnership agreement between Oshki and LU.
The 4th annual Niigaantige Career Fair and Northwestern Ontario Aboriginal Youth Achievement Awards was held in Thunder Bay on Oct. 30 - Nov.1, 2002. Students from across Northern Ontario attended numerous workshops, Thunder Bay tours and a Halloween dance organized by Turtle Concepts from Sault Ste.Marie.
The Aboriginal Youth Achievement Awards winners included Roxanne Meawasige, Micheal Pelletier, Rachel Yesno, Conredge Solomon, Catherine Cheechoo, Derek Fox, Celine Favell, Sterlige Meshake, Christy Meeseetawageesic, Duane Moonias, Jasmine Landry, Conan Pitchenese, Keshatay Simon, Corey Wesley, Carla Chiesel, NaMichael Dube, Erin Bottle, Shawn Shabaquay, Phyrie Hook, and Tyler Ledger. Congratulations to all! Check out the pictures at http://photos.knet.ca/Niigaatige-Career-Fair
On October 30th, 2002 Sioux Mountain School had it's official grand opening ceremony and assembly. The opening was a resounding success with all involved including the students, teachers, staff, parents and representatives from other schools and organizations.
For pictures of the event and more details, visit the K-Net Photos site.
The teacher will also read and adhere to the more specific duties which accompany the above, as well, other duties as prescribed by the North Spirit Lake Education Authority in accordance with North Spirit Lake Education Authority policy.
Teachers fluent in the Oji-Cree language with proven administrative skills and experience prefered.
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Call: 1-800- 387-3740 or 1-807-735-1381