Our partner, First Nations Health Authority, is encouraging teens to participate in smoking prevention. Watch these videos created by First Nations teens in BC and enter the Youth Video Contest to win one of the $1000 prizes
FNSA schools are invited to send photos and captions for sharing the gallery, as well as news about events and resources of interest to the FNSA community.
Congratulations to Sen Pok Chin School for winning an Indigo Love of Reading Literacy Grant! Their application stood out for the schools’ outstanding school-wide focus on literacy initiatives, including its One-to-One Reading Program, Response to Intervention Model, Summer Reading program, and Books for Bikes campaign.
Recognizing the achievements of Johanna Gordon-Walker, a teacher at Bella Bella Community School, who received a Prime Minister’s Awards for Teaching Excellence. As one of her students observed, “Some teachers explain it on the board, Johanna explains it by going outside and showing us, hands-on, how it works and how to use plant medicine in an actual survival situation.” Read more
Congratulations to the Grade 6 students of Stz’uminus Community School who wrote a song and submitted it to the Lieutenant Governor’s Sing Me a Song competition, and won!
Xetolacw Community School students learn about adventure film industry on Yukon excursion adventure (Whistler Question, April 10/17)
First Nations students from remote B.C. community find voice through music (Global News, April 21/17) – Tsay Key Dene students shine in their music video production.
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