AHCAHK MUSKWA September 15, 2023 Issue Out Now!

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September 12, 2023

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Charting the Future of Education: Empowering First Nation Students and Beyond

Kapawe’no First Nation – Since our inception on April 1st, 2021, we embarked on a pioneering journey to redefine education in Canada. Our mission at First Nation Virtual Learning Centre, teaching Grades 4-12, is crystal clear: to provide cutting-edge Virtual School experiences that transcend traditional boundaries and unlock the potential of First

September 9, 2023

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Lori Willier – Nurturing Young Minds with Passion and Creativity

Tansi, greetings an amazing start with our Kapawe’no Life Long Learning / First Nation Collegiate we will be posting our staff profiles beginning with our foundation of learning with Lori Willier, Alice Halcrow Daycare/Headstart Kapawe’no First Nation – Mrs. Lori Willier, a devoted mother of three and a proud member of Kapawe’no First Nation,

September 8, 2023

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The Intersection of Academics and Athletics

A Message from Mr. Brian Thomas, Athletic Director of Kapawe’no Nêhiyawak School Kapawe’no First Nation – As we embark on a new and promising year at our distinguished sports academy, Mr. Brian Thomas is deeply honored to address you as the Athletic Director. His journey from being an Olympian and scholarship athlete at Alabama to …

September 7, 2023

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The Vibrant heart beat of our Youth: Muskwak Drum Group at Kapawe’no Nehiyawak Kiskinahamâtowikamik

In the heart of Kapawe’no Nehiyawak Kiskinahamâtowikamik (School), a spirited wave of culture and tradition unfolds every morning. Led by the charismatic Mr. Cardinal Jr., the young Muskwak Drum Group is the soul of our Nêhiyawêwin. Our daily ritual sets the tone for an educational journey steeped in the rhythms of Nêhiyawêwin and the heartbeat

September 7, 2023

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Kapawe’no Nehiyawak School preserves Culture and Knowledge through Nêhiyawêwin

Kapawe’no First Nation – In the heart of our vibrant Nehiyawak Nation on Turtle Island, proudly stands a beacon of culture and heritage – Kapawe’no Nehiyawak School. More than an institution of learning, it is a sacred place for our Nehiyawak way and Nehiyawewin, a treasure held dear by our entire Nation. For countless generations, …

September 6, 2023

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Message from Principal Jorden Thiessen

Dear Students, Parents, and Guardians, I am thrilled to extend a warm welcome to all of you as we embark on an exciting new academic year at Kapaweno First Nation School. I am Jorden Thiessen, and I am honored to serve as your principal. As we prepare for the upcoming year, I wanted to share …

August 28, 2023

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AHCAHK MUSKWA – Summer 2023 – Special Edition OUT NOW!

The Summer 2023 Special Edition of Ahcahk Muskwa is out now. Get the news and features stories from the Official publication of the Kapawe’no First Nation Life Long Learning.

August 18, 2023

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New music program will complement greatness at KFN School

Kapawe’no First Nation – Tanisi hope your summer is going well. We would like to welcome Fred Mack as our new music and outdoor education teacher at Kapaweno First Nation School. He is passionate about land based teaching, music, and trying new ways to combine these together. We have just ordered brand new, high quality …

August 16, 2023

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Land, Water and Air (LAW) learning ready for another school year

Kapawe’no First Nation – Tansi hope all is well. We are really excited to introduce to you Mr. Fred Mack as our new Outdoor Learning and LAW teacher at Kapawe’no First Nation School. LAW stands for Land, Air, Water, which means learning valuable traditional skills in the environment itself. Land-based learning is so important for …

August 9, 2023

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