STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF OCTOBER

KEYON COOPER

MICHEALA BLACKSMITH

KENDRA GULL

KAYLIN MATTAWASHISH

IVERSON BOWDEN SNOWBOY

MYA THIFFEAULT

JOSIAH COOPER GRANT

ODAMAE MATHIAS

TRINA OTTEREYES

BELANGER ANTOINE

KURLIN BOWEN SNOWBOY

HOLLY TENASCO

PIERCE MOSES

CANDACE WAPACHEE

HOPE JOY MATABI

THE STUDENT OF THE MONTH PROGRAM IN OUR SCHOOL

The Rainbow and WJHMS School honors students each month that have exhibited great strength in a set of identified character traits.  We plan to provide student with a medal that they wear for an entire week leading up to an assembly program in their honor.  At the assembly they receive a Student of the Month certificate. 

So far, the office of Readaptation offer a pizza and potluck party at the school where student receive their award from the principal in front of all the teachers, staffs and parents.

 

Building excellent character in our students is important to the teachers and staff at Waswanipi School.  As part of our PBIS/BRAVES initiative we have incorporated our Student of the Month Program to help us teach students about different character traits and behavior expectations.  Each month is assigned a specific character trait.  Throughout the month, students learn about the identified trait and discuss behaviors that exhibit this trait.  Students are encouraged to practice showing good character at school, at home, and in their community.

 

Teachers and staff watch for students who can be chosen as Student of the Month for demonstrating the monthly trait on a consistent basis.  During the last week of the month, one student from each class is honored for exemplifying the monthly trait.  These students are chosen based on teacher and staff input.  We also honored the most caring student of the school.

Below is a list of the character traits for each month of the 2013-2014 school year.  We hope this will help you and your child understand the traits we look for when the students are chosen each month.

 

 September-Responsibility

 October-Respect

 November-Generosity

 December-Courage

 January-Positive Atitude

 February-Caring

 March-Honesty

 April- Environmentalism

 May-Perseverance

 June-Citizenship

 

We also want to take the opportunity to send our thank and appreciation to the Principal Louis Bernier, the Vice Principal Emilie Deschenes, Michel Branchaud;  The head of Special Ed MarieLine Kitchen, William Kitchen, Randy Martin the guidance counselor, Daisy Grant Social worker, Dr WakaWaka Hughes Pierre Ngatchou.


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Teaching starts from a heart full of love, compassion and joy!

Every teacher should have a joyful and loving heart every single day; kids can feel it and respond to it...

TRUE PASSION, FORGIVENESS, HUMILITY AND UNLIMITED LOVE IS THE ANSWER TO EVERY PROBLEM IN THE SCHOOL!

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Breakfast & Lunch program Sponsors

We would like to give a big and Warm thank you to former principal Ms Sophia Galanis, Marieline Kitchen and Louis Bernier for their unconditional support from the beginning of this program. Our thanks also go to The active and humble principal Josee Lalumiere, Vice Principal Michel Branchaud, pastor Allen Etapp, Michel Awashish, Marie Ortepi, teachers and members of the pentecostal church.

  • Maxi Chibougameau
  • Band Office (Mat. Blacksmith)
  • Michel Awashish from Church
  • Jack Otter (Suicide prevention coordinator)
  • Members of Church and volunteers (MaryAnn Ottereyes, etc.)
  • MSDC Team

In the name of God most High, we give thanks to our sponsor and our future sponsors.

If you want to sponsor or volunteer in our Youth Lunch program, please email Dr Waka Hughes at hughespierre@justedu.org

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MSDC-SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP

The Office of Readaptation and the Waswanipi MSDC/Health board has sealed a great deal of providing extra help to students in need. This is the first deal ever done within the Cree Nation between School and Health Board/MSDC.

We are very thankful to Marie Ortepie, Winnie, Ghislain, Sophie and the whole team at MSDC for the unlimited support and love for our students.

SCHOOL & COMMUNITY POTLUCK

Every Month, the Office of Readaptation and Special Ed hosts a school/community potluck at the school. The idea is to allow community’s members, parents, teachers and students to interact and to know each other better. The overall objective is to prevent and alleviate behavioral issue at our schools.

The first potluck hosted at our school was a great success with almost 600 people attending. We want to give a very warm and special appreciation to Vice Principal Emilie Deschenes for helping us making that potluck happen. Your great contribution to our school and to the Holistic Thinking for Positive Behavior is always treasured.

Saturday Lunch

Every Saturday, we host a free Lunch program at the Pentecostal church (basement) from 12 pm to 2pm.

All the kids are welcome. The menus vary from:

  • Moose Spaghetti
  • Hot dogs
  • fried rice with carrot and meat
  • Pizza
  • Potatoes and fries
  • drink
  • chicken and soup
  • etc.

 

Movie Night

We host a movie night every Friday at 7 pm with the youth at the Pentecostal Church.

Every kids are welcome. We also have a snack and drink during and after the movie.

 

Math and Spelling Tournament

We host a Math and Spelling Tournament every weeks at the Rainbow Elementary School.

We are also looking for sponsor to offer various prices to winners.

Thank you!

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Address for activities: 17, Cedar St.

              Waswanipi, QC, J0Y3C0

Tel: 929-800-2946

School address:  Rainbow School
Waswanipi, Quebec
J0Y 3C0
 

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