Announcement: KTCEA School Closures

The KTCEA Board of Directors has decided to close our schools as a precautionary measure to prevent the possible spread of COVID-19. Our schools will be closed for students starting Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 27. Spring Break will now be from March 30 to April 3. All staff are expected to report to…

KTCEA Elders Speak App

Ever wanted to learn Cree? Ever wanted to learn Cree from Elders? Now you can with our brand new free app! KTCEA Elders Speak is KTCEA’s new land-based Cree language learning app  app with over 900 words and phrases spoken by Cree Elders from KTC. Listen, learn, and test your knowledge in over 50 categories,…

New School Year Greetings

Tanisi and welcome to the 2019-2020 KTCEA School Year! I am delighted to share with that we have a full compliment of education staff in all of our six schools this year. Joining our amazing team are 21 new highly qualified and passionate teachers, leaders and school support staff. On behalf of KTCEA, I warmly…

Traditional Foods in KTCEA schools

Traditional Foods in KTCEA schools This year, KTCEA will be piloting a Traditional Foods Program in its schools. We will be the first school authority in Canada to provide traditional foods on our menu. KTCEA has been working with Health Canada to make this project happen. Health Canada has provided a Certificate of Approval for…

Regional Education Agreement – July 18, 2019

Regional Education Agreement – July 18, 2019 A historic signing event for the KTCEA Regional Education Agreement (REA) was hosted by Woodland Cree First Nation at the Cadotte Lake School on July 18, 2019. Over 200 people attended the event including nation members, leaders and guests. The agreement is the first of its kind in…

New Schools at Peerless Trout First Nation

New Schools at Peerless Trout First Nation The construction of the two new schools at Peerless Trout First Nation is closer to completion! Long awaited by students, teachers, leaders and Nation members, the two new schools will be replacing the existing Peerless Lake and Kateri Schools. Each of the two schools have unique features thanks…

Meet the Principals

From left to right: Mabel Noskiye – Principal: Clarence Jaycox School, Patsy Bercier – Principal: Cadotte Lake School, Jackie Sander – Principal: Atikameg School, Pearl Calahasen – Deputy Superintendent: KTCEA, Arleyne Eldridge – Principal: Little Buffalo School, Yvette Sasha Jean-Jaques – Principal: Kateri School, Connie Molcak – Principal: Peerless Lake School Arleyne Eldridge Tansi, my…