This was a presentation made to Chief and Council by the Education Authority Working Group in Saskatoon on June 25, 2019. The official decision by Chief and Council is to hold off on moving forward with an Education Authority until April 1, 2020. Two rounds of visits are scheduled this year to update community members. The first round visits will be scheduled for late September and early October. The next of round of visits will be scheduled early in the new year (2020).
The decision to move in this direction was made by Chief and Council. LLRIB Education must respect this decision.
Mansil Fiddler from Regina, SK, has been issuing challenges for First Nations people (status or non-status), “in a FRIENDLY MANNER to sing in your native language in any styles of music on this list http://www.musicgenreslist.com.”
NO POWWOW NO ROUND DANCE OR ANY TRADITIONAL SONGS …but it has to be sung in your native tongue it does not have to be perfect as long as it is appropriate even if you know a couple words that’s fine. More information can be found below.
EXAMPLE: https://youtu.be/JQPbiTj41tE (I love your heat) by Veronica Johnny champion of the Northwest Territories the song style/genre that was covered Rock alternative.
The Lac La Ronge Indian Band central office is doing a survey to find out how the membership feels about it’s current services and to explore new ideas. Please complete the linked surveys below to let us know what you think and to provide suggestions on how to improve.
There will be a draw for a BBQ, so please provide your name, number and community, in the indicated text boxes at the beginning of the surveys.
Thank you for your interest in having your child participate in the LLRIB Rookie Baseball League! If you have any questions, please contact your LLRIB Rookie League Coordinator: Alannah Ratt Phone Number: (W) 306-425-4852 (C) 306-420-4057 Email Address: Alannah_Ratt_04@hotmail.com
This form must be completed by July 1st in full for each student to participate in the LLRIB Rookie Baseball League
Northern Training Opportunity – Gabriel Dumont Institute and
The Lac La Ronge Indian Band are partnering to deliver a 4-year fully
NORTHERN INDIGENOUS TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM (NITEP)
Bachelor of Education Degree
GDI has been working with the Province’s Universities for the past 40 years to train over 1200 Indigenous teachers whose credentials are recognized across Canada. To address the Teacher shortage in Northern Saskatchewan, GDI and the Lac La Ronge Indian Band are proud to announce they are partnering to deliver a Northern Indigenous Teacher Education Program.
Location: Lac La Ronge Indian Band (Air Ronge)
Start Date: September, 2019
Tuition, books and income support may be available to all qualified Métis and First Nations applicants. First Nations applicants can apply to obtain funding through their band. Housing may be available upon application.
The 2018 Christmas Concert videos have been moved from LLRIB Schools Facebook Page to the LLRIB Education Facebook Page, all videos can be found here or in the video section of LLRIB Education: https://www.facebook.com/llribeducation/