Onion Lake Cree Nation values education and as such must empower and strengthen the youth by enriching their spirit through educating in a Nehiyaw-based environment.
Onion Lake also believes self-determination in education is a recognized inherent right of Cree Nation’s people. The Onion Lake education system and its governing body – the Onion Lake Board of Education – were established by the exercise of this right under the Onion Lake Cree Nation’s Chief and Council. It is the intent of this Cree Nation – in due time – for First Nations people to assume all leadership roles within this education system.
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- School Closure Notice – Nov 15th 2023Notice: To All Schools Greetings, there was an emergency meeting with Health, Education and Leadership. It has been noticed that our community is going through a strain of influenza/and other related illnesses. Many recommendation were suggested. However, It is recommended by leadership that our schools be closed from, Thursday November 16th, to Tuesday, November 21st, 2023. In the recent days, there have been rising numbers due to flu/illness, and covid related issues. In the previous years protocols were put in place for community safety. Again, with leadership’s concern for the community, it is imperative that we go back and practiceContinue reading “School Closure Notice – Nov 15th 2023”