Kwayaciiwin Education Resource Centre’s AGM will take place on November 30 and December 1, 2016 at Valhalla Inn in Thunder Bay. For more information or to register, please contact Charlotte Semple: 1-807-737-7373 ext. 10 or by emailing email@example.com.
KERC’S Summer Institute for Education Directors, Principals and Educators was a success! Workshops and events took place from August 25-27 at the Days Inn in Sioux Lookout. Thank you to everyone who participated in and organized the Summer Institute!
IMG_2939 Kwayaciiwin's Teepee - raised for the first time June 21 2014
Deer Lake Fame
Building Joeshamaan track in Pikangikum
Moose Call science in Deer Lake
Science in Deer Lake
Checking out the new iPads from KERC in Kasabonika
Books from KERC at Family Literacy night
Families at Play - Deer Lake
Games with syllabics - Deer Lake
OPENING MESSAGE With each passing generation, we are leaving behind our language and are in the process of becoming an English speaking people. Through the Kwayaciiwin program, we can provide the opportunity for our children to continue to use and learn our language and culture. Our language enables us to express our worldwide view, beliefs, philosophy, values, traditions and customs. Our language is our vehicle for learning and passing on our culture to our children. –Matthew Angees – Executive Director @ KERC
NEWS UPDATE: Matthew Angees is completing his term as Executive Director at Kwayaciiwin. After 3 years of working at Kwayaciiwin, Matthew is returning to Shibogama. Click on news release for more information
MODEL SCHOOL POLICY TEMPLATE Nov. 2015 This is a generic policy that has been developed for schools. You can use this document as a resource and customize it to suit your school’s needs. Click on the image to read the template.
REVISED (2014) KWAYACIIWIN CURRICULUM GUIDELINES ARE AVAILABLE as PDF documents. Contact Nelson Makoop or Monika Orzechowska for further information. General Guidelines can be accessed under the Curriculum & Resources Menu tab above.