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Frontier School Division

Frontier School Division is committed to success for all learners through Academics, Indigenous Way of Life and Wellness. We work to achieve this through community-based direction for schools, and a partnership approach amongst staff, parents, and the community. Our Division is culturally diverse and Language and Culture are important elements of school and community life. Our schools are located in some of the province’s most picturesque settings (a nature lover’s paradise) and provide for an abundance of outdoor recreational activities.

We currently have a number of permanent and term full-time opportunities available. We are looking for individuals that:

  • believe that all children can be successful regardless of background or circumstance;
  • are able to integrate Indigenous culture and land-based teachings into the curriculum;
  • utilize an inquiry-based learning model in the classroom;
  • will become involved in the Way of Life in the community.

The Division provides tremendous opportunities for professional development and growth along with a comprehensive benefits program, competitive salary and Division subsidized housing (teacherages) or housing allowance.

Winnipeg, MB

Saddle Lake Education Authority

The Saddle Lake Schools include Onchaminahos Elementary School and Kihew Asiniy Education Centre.

The mission of the Onchaminahos School is to embrace all children from infancy, in an accepting, loving, and safe environment where culture is reflected and excellence is nurtured. Our team is committed to student centered, process learning from kiskinohamâkosôwin leading to kiskinohamâsôwin.

The Saddle Lake First Nation Kihew Asiniy Education Centre is committed to nurturing wholeness in the individual and the community through nehiyaw learning processes. We offer personalized learning experiences for the benefit of all generations; past, present, and future.

Saddle Lake, AB

Gitxaala Nation

Kitkatla is a small village situated approximately 45km South West of Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada, on Dolphin Island. The village is accessible via Prince Rupert by regular float plane flights or by water taxi.

Located in Lach Klan (Kitkatla) on the pristine coast of British Columbia, this unique school serves approximately 100 students from the Gitxaala Nation. The school strives to provide educational services to ensure every member of our community is part of our teaching/learning team. We appreciate and celebrate individual uniqueness and actively support students and staff in a quest for excellence in all that we do.

Kitkatla, BC

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