Our Mission

 

Children are our future. We support their rights and each community members’ right to personal growth and achievement. We respect & honour these children, ourselves, our fellow workers, and we take personal responsibility for our contribution to the community & environment. We strongly believe in the importance of our Kanien’keha language and culture, and we will respect, promote and protect it.

What’s New

Newsletter, March April 2019

Hello

Under the program for Community and Parental Involvement, we are happy
to present the newsletter for parents and community members. On a
regular basis, the newsletter will give you information on varied
subjects that will enrich your daily experience as the first educator
for your children.

WE INVITE PARENTS AND SCHOOL PRINCIPALS TO SEND US ANY PHOTOS, STORIES,
INITIATIVES OR SUCCESS STORIES IN COMMUNITY AND PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN
YOUR COMMUNITY. WE WILL BE HAPPY TO SHARE THEM WITH EVERYONE IN OUR
NEWSLETTER.

If you have any question or comment, do not hesitate to contact Eve
Lapointe, at 1-855-842-7672!

Enjoy the reading!

Click the link to download the file. newsletter-march-april-2019

 

Invitation: Pathway of words

INVITATION

Launch of Le Sentier de la parole/Pathway of words

In partnership with Les Amis du Patrimoine de Saint-Venant-de-Paquette, Bishop’s University, les Éditions Hannenorak, les Éditions Mémoire d’encrier and Kwahiatonhk!, Champlain-Lennoxville is very pleased to offer you a pair of complimentary tickets to the official opening of Le Sentier de la parole, 8 p.m. Thursday, April 11th 2019 at Centennial Theater 2600, College Rd., Sherbrooke.

 Alanis O’Bomsawin and Richard Séguin will be the honorific sponsors of this pathway, and David Goudreault will be the spokesperson and the Master of ceremonies for this grand opening for Le Sentier de la parole/Pathway of words.

Le Sentier de la parole/ Pathway of words will come to life on the shared campus of Bishop’s University and Champlain-Lennoxville. This pathway will devote itself primarily to Indigenous poetry.

The first works of poetry will be shared with the public at the opening ceremony the evening of April 11th. These works of Indigenous poets will be shared with you through videos prepared by students from Champlain-Lennoxville, Bishop’s University, aboriginal adult education centers from Gesgapegiaq, Kahnawake, Listiguj, Sept-Îles, and Uashat mak Mani-utenam.

On stage: Moe Clark, Beatrice Deer, Jean Désy, Andrée Lévesque-Sioui, Alanis O’Bomsawin, Louis-Karl Picard-Sioui, Sylvain Rivard, Rodney Saint-Éloi, Richard Séguin, Christine Sioui-Wawanoloath, Jean Sioui, Florent Vollant. 

You are also invited to the cocktail that will take place after the show on campus in company of the artists. 

Thank you for reserving your pair of complimentary tickets before April 10th by emailing Jennifer McLeod at jmcleod@crc-lennox.qc.ca

This project was made possible thanks to the support of the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (programme excellence en enseignement supérieur – volet amélioration de la maîtrise du français).

Champlain-Lennoxville is a public institution with a student population of approximately 1200 students.

Eagle Spirit Science Futures 2019 Applications | Deadline Apr 15

(This post is in english only, forms to download are at the bottom of the page)

Dear parents, teachers, guardians and Indigenous community members,

The Indigenous Health Professions Program is excited to announce the beginning of the application period for our 2019 Eagle Spirit Science Futures Camp! We will be accepting applications between March 1st to April 15th, 2019.

This one-week summer science and health camp will take place on July 14-21, 2019 and will be hosted at McGill University in Montreal. We are looking to accept Indigenous youth in grades 7 and 8 (Sec 1 and Sec 2) from across Quebec. Please see the Camper Application Form inside this packet for detailed instructions on applying.

Previous Eagle Spirit campers/older youth are encouraged to apply to be Junior Camp Counselors. Please refer to the Junior Counselor Application Form for further details on applying.

We invite you to promote this camp to your student circles, and to hang up the poster that we’ve included in this package for students to see. Also, feel free to make copies of both the Camper and Junior Counselor Application Forms if you need.

Please reach out to us if you have any questions regarding applications, travel and accommodations or the Eagle Spirit Science Futures Camp itself.
We look forward to communicating with you in the next few weeks!

Niá:wen/Ninaaskumuu/Miigwech/Welalin/Nakurmiik/Thank you

  • The Indigenous Health Professions Program


Kanehsatà:ke Tsi Ionthiatonhseraweienhstáhkhwa | Kanehsatà:ke Education Center | Centre de l’education de Kanehsatà:ke

School Closures

School closures are announced on the following
Bell Media radio stations:  CJAD 800 AM,  CHOM 97.7 FM
and Cogeco - The Beat 92.5 FM

Contact

14 Joseph Swan,                                 Telephone: (450)-479-8358
Kanehsatà:ke, Quebec                    Fax: (450)-479-6022
J0N 1E0                                                   Toll Free: 1-(877)-479-8358

Hours

Monday to Thursday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Friday: 8:00am - 12:00pm
(Closed between 12:00pm - 1:00pm)

School Closures

School closures are announced on the following
Bell Media radio stations:  CJAD 800 AM,  CHOM 97.7 FM
and Cogeco - The Beat 92.5 FM

Contact

14 Joseph Swan,
Kanehsatà:ke, Quebec
J0N 1E0

Telephone: (450)-479-8358
Fax: (450)-479-6022
Toll Free: 1-(877)-479-8358

Hours

Monday to Thursday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Friday: 8:00am - 12:00pm
(Closed between 12:00pm - 1:00pm)