Land and People Acknowledgement
We acknowledge with respect the history and culture of the peoples with whom Treaty 6 was signed and the land upon which Elk Island Public Schools reside. We also acknowledge the traditional homeland of the Métis Nation.
We recognize our responsibility as Treaty members and honor the heritage and gifts of the First Peoples.
We commit to moving forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in a spirit of collaboration and reconciliation. Click here to learn more.
Indigenous Education blog
EIPS Launches new Blog: tawâw, miyoonakishkatoohk, welcome!
The Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) First Nations, Métis and Inuit education team has launched a new blog entitled, tawâw, miyoonakishkatoohk, welcome! The monthly blog offers readers information and resources about Indigenous education and related events taking place throughout the Division.
During the recent parent engagement sessions, families of both Indigenous students and those who attended the general foundational knowledge series said they wanted more information about the projects, activities and initiatives happening at schools across EIPS. So, the Division delivered and created tawâw, miyoonakishkatoohk, welcome! Make sure to visit the blog often for the latest news and information about what’s happening throughout the Division.