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ȽÁU, WELṈEW̱ Tribal School Nursery Notice

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Parents of Potential Nursery Students:

If your child was:

  1. Born in the year 2010, and if your child will:
  2. Turn four years old before the end of 2014,

S/he is eligible to attend one Nursery half-day session, either in the morning or afternoon starting September 2014.

Please come and register your child at the School early. There will be a limit of 20 in each session. Make your choice early.

Please not we will require a copy of your child's Birth Certificate and/or Status Card when registering.


Mrs. Maryann Gladstone
Principle, ȽÁU, WELṈEW̱ Tribal School(250) 652-1811




Byte Camp

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All good things must come to an end. The ḰELSET Elementary School, Brentwood Elementary School and ȽÁU,WEL,NEW Tribal School students 8-12 years have one more session of Byte Camp on Thursday, June 5th. They have thoroughly enjoyed creating a music video production. They are enthusiastic about learning to write and create their own music and music video. The workshop is split between digital music composition, video filming and editing.tlh-byte-camp01tlh-byte-camp02tlh-byte-camp05


Tutor Support

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Please remember, especially as you are finishing up final assignments or studying for final exams, we have some excellent tutor support for older students too. Stelly's Secondary School Vice-Principal, Tina Peirik has allowed all Tsawout Nation students to access the tutors at Stelly's Secondary School: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 3:10-4:25 for extra help in Math/Science, English/Social Studies. Mr. Dennis Goos is a retired teacher/administrator, but due to his health, he
is no longer volunteering at Tsawout Learning House but he is available to tutor on Tuesday and Thursday and will be on call as needed.


Thank you!

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HÍ,SWKE to Tsawout Assembly of Praise Church, and the volunteers of the Wednesday morning bread delivery from Cobbs. We would also like to thank the Mustard Seed Food Bank, Sidney Food Bank, Breakfast For Learning Grant, and the University of Victoria Aboriginal Service Plan Projects Coordinator, Blaise Bazuik for a contribution of $2,000 for the breakfast program. Because of these generous donations, all students can come and say good morning to Wally Thomas and get a “breakfast to go". Breakfasts are availabe Monday to Friday morning until June 26.

Students may also join the Tsawout Learning House after school, and eat a wholesome snack every day, or a hot meal every Wednesday. For more information and additional resources on the Breakfast For Learning Program, please visit www.breakfastforlearning.ca.


Volunteer Support

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With an average attendance of 40 students, Tsawout Learning House welcomes your support. All parents/guardians/friends are encouraged to volunteer and secondary school students who need to complete work experience hours before the school year ends, please bring a completed work experience form from your school counselor. All volunteers need to have a current Criminal Record Check completed at the Sidney R.C.M.P. I can provide you with a letter to waive the cost.

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