Aboriginal Education Student Survey 2018
Ktunaxa Language Challenge
The challenge is to say:
kiʔsuk kyukyit sukmanapni kin wam
kiʔsuk kyukyit Is a greeting
sukmanapni kin wam Tells someone you are glad they here
- Enter in individuals and/or teams (max of 3)
ALL students, staff and parents, sisters brothers, aunts uncles, friends, community members - EVERYONE!!
- This month’s challenge is to say sukmanapi kin wam
- Register in The Gathering Place, Room 101
- When you are ready to try your phrase see Debbie or Sharon
- Prizes, prizes, prizes
- Grand Prize – ipod
NEED HELP????? CLICK ON THE AUDIO LINK BELOW TO LISTEN HOW TO SAY PHRASES:
Also See: Elder Herman Alpine, Check out First Voices on the web, and/or
Download FREE Ktunaxa app onto your phone
Please see the link below and take a couple of minutes to fill out the survey for our Elders' Programme.
Sharing Wisdom: Cranbrook Students Connect with Aborginal Culture
Elders have integral roles and responsibilities within Aboriginal cultures and are important to Aboriginal communities. It is hopeful that Elders will become an integral and important part of public education for the success of Aboriginal students. We invite you to read the article below on Sharing Wisdom.
Grade 12 Aboriginal Students; If you need to complete your Graduation Transition Sheet #2 - 30 Hours of Volunteer / Work Experience, there is an opportunity to work in a catering business available to you to participate in that meets this requirement. Please see Debbie or Sharon in the Gathering Place, Room 101 if you are interested.
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