Indigenous Education

Lethbridge School Division, through the Indigenous Education program, continues to assist Division schools to be responsive to the needs of Indigenous students. The program has taken a leadership role in southern Alberta in the development of "Best Practices" in urban Indigenous Education with its wide variety of programming and community partnerships within Lethbridge School Division schools with an increasingly culturally relevant education and learning atmosphere.

Indigenous Education in the news

Indigenous Education drive-thru graduation celebrates student achievement

On June 2-3, the Indigenous Education Team from Lethbridge School Division hosted a Drive Thru Graduation.
Students from Chinook High School, Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, Victoria Park High School and Winston Churchill High School attended the ceremony during their scheduled times to pick up their
 graduation gift and have their photo taken.
High school staff were also on hand to congratulate their students.  


Students create murals for Lethbridge School Division Education Centre

As part of the Blackfoot Ways of Knowing Through Art project, students created two murals, which are being proudly displayed at the Lethbridge School Division Education Centre.


Indigenous Education High School Graduation Ceremony and Celebration

It was an inspiring evening for 50 Lethbridge School Division students.

The Indigenous Education High School Graduation Ceremony and Celebration Thursday evening at Chinook High School featured keynote speaker Julian SpearChief-Morris, who graduated from Harvard School in 2018.


Indigenous Education Graduation Coaches/Liaisons:

Victoria Park - Kendall Good Rider

Lethbridge Collegiate Institute - Maria Livingston

Winston Churchill - Mandy Plain Eagle

Chinook - Janine Jackson

Elementary Teacher of Indigenous Education - Melanie Morrow

Middle School Teacher of Indigenous Education - Shawnee Big Bull

Co-ordinator of Indigenous Education - John Chief Calf

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