We have a Home Work Club for secondary school students on Mon and Wed between 3:30-4:30 p.m. A certified teacher and tutor will be available and students must bring their homework.
We also have a Home Work Club for our elementary school students on Tues and Thurs 3:30-4:30 p.m. This group is especially aimed at helping those students whose attendance records require improvement.
Adult learners who have not completed their dogwood diploma are able to attend an adult education program at the Muskoti Learning Centre. Daily programs are offered and upgrading for post-secondary programs is available. A certified teacher can also assist adult students prepare for GED graduation.
Our learning centre also has a ‘Connected Classroom’ in partnership with the First Nations Education Steering Committee based in Vancouver. Courses such as Physics 11, English, Math and other science courses are offered throughout the semester via teleconference. Check with the learning centre staff for course listings.
Our learning centre team will also work with adult students to develop a customized learning program and then work to find the courses required to help each students. Many courses are available via Distance Education services provided by several colleges and institutions.
Workforce training programs are available when demand is sufficient and funding accessible. Staff attempts to schedule these programs in the spring and again in the fall. Programs such as heavy equipment operator, ground disturbance, Foodsafe, H2S, WHMIS are available through the Northeast Native Advancing Society and are offered in the community when enrollment numbers are sufficient.
A post-secondary support program is available for students who require Grade 12 courses to qualify for post-secondary programs such as Culinary and others. 60% funding is available through federal programs but these don’t include a living allowance.
Other specialty education programs are also available through the learning centre. Students can receive apprenticeship training, First Aid courses and others that are offered when funding is available and demand is sufficient to schedule a course or program.
Bussing in the community is available for those students attending programs at the Muskoti Learning Centre. Our bus follows a regular route in the reserve from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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