Beginning in 2008, the Reinvestment Strategy is a five-year agreement between the Province of New Brunswick and the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government in which New Brunswick has agreed to commit half of the tuition fees to all eligible First Nations students. This allows services and programs to be provided to First Nation’s students to enhance their success.
Reinvestment Strategy Update
Major Initiatives under the Enhancement Team
- Treaty Day Celebrations
- Annual Youth Retreat
- Listuguj Role Model Program
- Children’s Pow-Wow/Dance out Ceremony
- Dance Classes
- Post-Secondary Tours
This school year, there are changes to the distribution of school cheques. The cheques will now be given out twice a year – end of January and end of June. For the months of September, October, November, December and January, the school cheques will be distributed at the end of January. For the months of February, March, April, May, and June cheques will be released at end of June.
Parents and students, please keep in mind the total amount received per allowance is strictly based on the student’s monthly attendance.
2 unexcused absences per month = $0 per month
4 skips: “jigging” a class (es) = -1 day deduction
We are seeking individuals who would be interested and available to work as a ‘Casual Teacher Assistant’
when needed at CMS & SSHS. If you are a Listuguj resident and are able to speak Mi’gmaq or French and are able to:
- Provide a High school diploma
- Provide a resume with relevant experience
- Work at the school when called upon
- Assist students in a positive manner
- Work well with a team
- Take direction well from a supervisor
- Provide a clean Police Record check by RCMP or SQ
- Willing to do a Policy 701 application
Hours of work will be 8:30am – 3:30pm = 6 hours of work when called upon.
If interested you can drop off your resume, mark as “Casual Educational Assistant” at the Listuguj Education Complex. For more information contact Bobbi Madahbee at 418-788-2248 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org