Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
This resource is for educators of all grade levels to introduce the value of Indigenous women and girls’ lives into the classroom and into the minds and hearts of young people. Students learn foundational Indigenous teachings, events that lead to current social issues, and then social justice and advocacy. It prepares educators to use a decolonizing pedagogy and trauma informed approach in their teaching.
Sneak peak to the upcoming summer book selection for the Intermediate Book Club! Register here to get your books!
Come and PLAY at Ready Set Learn will take place this Thursday April 21st, at Mansfield Park from 4-6pm for families with 3-5 years olds.
Pre-register through City of Nanaimo Parks and Rec or sign in at the Welcome table.
Interested in providing safe and enjoyable outdoor learning opportunities for your students? Tomorrow is the last day for NLPS staff to register for the OCC Field Leader Level 1 Certification! Email email@example.com for more information.
tun i' c̓un ut̓l ___ - I am from ___
Next week marks the start of our Hul̓q̓umín̓um̓ Introduction Phrases. It is customary to share what community you come from during an introduction. Try it next week!
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