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Senator Myles Venne School Newsletter – December 2016

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Senator Myles Venne School Newsletter – October 2016

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Sally Ross School November 2016 Newsletter

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Nov 9 – High School Block Turn Over
Nov 10 – Report Card Day Remembrance Day Service @ 11:00 AM
Nov 11 – No School
Nov 29 – Early Dismissal 2:15 PM Due to Staff Meeting

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Sally Ross School October 2016 Newsletter

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Oct 10 – Thanksgiving Day – NO SCHOOL
Oct 11 to 14 – Professional Development – NO SCHOOL
Oct 31 – Halloween

LINK to Cultural Days Sept 19-22 PHOTO ALBUM

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Senator Myles Venne School 2016 Newsletter

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Sally Ross School 2016 Newsletter

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2016-2017 MANDATORY Post-Secondary Student Support Program Orientation

This is the official notice of the 2016-2017 MANDATORY Lac La Ronge Indian Band Post-Secondary Student Support Program Orientation.

Please e-mail  Vanessa at vanessa.patterson@llribedu.ca by August 26th, 2016 confirming your location & attendance to the 2016-2017 MANDATORY Lac La Ronge Indian Band Post-Secondary Student Support Program Orientation.

All students attending school in Saskatoon will be required to attend the scheduled orientation:
Date: Tuesday August 30th, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm
Where: University of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Student Centre

Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

What to bring:

**YOUR copy of the 2016-2017 Post Secondary Student Support Program Handbook**

All students attending school in Prince Albert will be required to attend the scheduled orientation:
Date: Wednesday August 31st, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm
Where: FNUniv Northern Campus 1301 Central Avenue Room 101
What to bring:

**YOUR copy of the 2016-2017 Post Secondary Student Support Program Handbook**

All students attending school in La Ronge – Northlands College will be required to attend the scheduled orientation:
Date: Friday September 2nd, 2016
Time: 10:00 am till 12:00pm
Where: Where: NORTEP / NORPAC classroom 5
What to bring:

**YOUR copy of the 2016-2017 Post Secondary Student Support Program Handbook**

All students attending school in La Ronge – NORTEP/NORPAC will be required to attend the scheduled orientation:
Date: Friday September 2nd, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm
Where: Where: NORTEP / NORPAC classroom 5
What to bring:

**YOUR copy of the 2016-2017 Post Secondary Student Support Program Handbook**

 

All students attending school in Regina and outside of Saskatchewan will receive an Orientation package in the mail and further instruction will be attached.

Please note that formal LLRIB PSSSP Student body notifications will be posted on the NEW Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/llrib2016/ “LIKE” our page.

Thank you for your time and attention to this notification.  Hard copy of this notice will be placed in the mail and sent to the home address you have provided.

 

Vanessa Patterson

Post-Secondary Education Coordinator

 

Education, Training and Employment Branch

Lac La Ronge Indian Band

Box 480,  1110 La Ronge Ave.

La Ronge SK. S0J 1L0

Front Desk: (306) 425-4938

Fax: (306) 425- 3030

3rd Elder Catherine Charles HEALTH CAREERS SCHOLARSHIP FUND Deadline: October 14, 2016

Click Link to Print – 2016 ECC HEALTH CAREERS SCHOLARSHIP

Click Link to Print – ECC Health Careers Scholarship Fund – Application Form

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APPLICATION PROCESS
1) Scholarships are provided for the academic year that begins in the fall term (September) of the year of the application.
2) Applicants must provide the following supporting documentation with their application form:
 Proof of Membership – all applicants must provide a photocopy of both the front and back of the valid LLRIB Treaty card.
 A Letter of Personal Introduction to the Elder Catherine Charles Health Careers Scholarship Fund Committee (minimum of 500 words, maximum of 1,000 words) that includes the following:
 Tell us about where you were born, grew up and about your family & community.
 State your reason for choosing your field of study.
 Demonstrate your contribution and involvement in the community. Preference will be given to
individuals showing commitment to the community.
 Letter of Reference from an Instructor.
 Letter of Reference from a Community Elder.
 Confirmation of Enrolment – Confirmation of enrolment can be provided through a letter from the Registrar’s Office or Faculty Head that clearly states you are registered as a full-time student in current year of study.
 Original Official Transcript of your most recent marks or record of studies. Minimum average of 70%.

Welcome to the new LLRIB Education Website

ed-logo_002Welcome visitors! This new website will feature up to date information regarding LLRIB schools and LLRIB Post-Secondary programming and funding. The schools section will feature newsletters and photo albums of events and calendars. The Post-Secondary section will highlight updated application forms and manuals for the LLRIB membership.

There is also information on First Nation Student Success Program (FNSSP) and the DAYCARE Programs with contact information for each community daycare centre.