Wasagamack First Nation is a Cree community of 1,300 people in northeastern Manitoba, which offers education from kindergarten to university right in the community.
The Wasagamack Education Authority administers George Knott School, which began with classes from kindergarten to grade 10, and now goes to grade 12. More than 400 attend the school.
Wasagamack is accessible by plane and boat in the summer and by winter road in winter. It's on the west side of Island Lake, about 610 km north of Winnipeg.
Teacher Housing is provided at fairly low costs.
Wasagamack Education Authority is a First Nations organization
No. of Schools: 1
No. of jobs currently in ECN: 7
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