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Yearbooks are in! If you pre-ordered, you can claim at the office. ... See MoreSee Less

Yearbooks are in!  If you pre-ordered, you can claim at the office.

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Crystal Zeller Kelly Brown did you guys get one

Good afternoon Sandspit.

I am sorry to announce that the afternoon bus run in Sandspit has been cancelled for tomorrow, June 23.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Mr. Bradley
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Investing in our next generation of language leaders with a program that combines mentor-apprentice learning and funding for post-secondary education.

Are you a B.C. First Nations student age 18-30 who is interested in learning your language while working towards a rewarding career as a language immersion teacher or early childhood immersion educator? Start your application to FPCC’s Youth Empowered Speakers (YES) program today!

The YES program provides training, paid work internships and funding to pursue your education. It also includes a living allowance in addition to mentor-apprentice language learning. The goal of program is for youth to learn their language while preparing for a career in language revitalization in one of two streams:

• Early Childhood Immersion Educator Stream for ECE students alongside their education

• Language Immersion Teacher Stream for BEd. students alongside their education

The YES program is for B.C. First Nations youth ages 18-30 years old. Eligible high school applicants must complete high school by June 30, 2022. Participants studying Early Childhood Education or pursuing a Bachelor of Education degree must be able to provide proof of acceptance in a post- secondary institution.

Want to learn more?
Visit: fpcc.ca/program/yes

Thanks,
Beckie Wesley

Language Program Associate
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1A Boat Ramp Road
Brentwood Bay, B.C.
V8M 1N9
Cell:
Email: beckie@fpcc.ca

www.fpcc.ca | www.firstvoices.ca | www.maps.fpcc.ca

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"Committed to the revitalization of Indigenous languages, arts, cultures and heritage in B.C."

The First Peoples’ Cultural Council is grateful to have our home in the beautiful traditional unceded territory of the W̱SÁNEĆ Nation people, in the village of W̱JOȽEȽP. We have an additional satellite office at Tk’emlups within the traditional territory of the Secwepemc people
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Investing in our next generation of language leaders with a program that combines mentor-apprentice learning and funding for post-secondary education.

Are you a B.C. First Nations student age 18-30 who is interested in learning your language while working towards a rewarding career as a language immersion teacher or early childhood immersion educator? Start your application to FPCC’s Youth Empowered Speakers (YES) program today!

The YES program provides training, paid work internships and funding to pursue your education. It also includes a living allowance in addition to mentor-apprentice language learning. The goal of program is for youth to learn their language while preparing for a career in language revitalization in one of two streams:

• Early Childhood Immersion Educator Stream for ECE students alongside their education

• Language Immersion Teacher Stream for BEd. students alongside their education

The YES program is for B.C. First Nations youth ages 18-30 years old. Eligible high school applicants must complete high school by June 30, 2022. Participants studying Early Childhood Education or pursuing a Bachelor of Education degree must be able to provide proof of acceptance in a post- secondary institution.

Want to learn more?
Visit: fpcc.ca/program/yes

Thanks,
Beckie Wesley

Language Program Associate
____________________________ 
  
1A Boat Ramp Road
Brentwood Bay, B.C.
V8M 1N9
Cell:
Email: beckie@fpcc.ca

www.fpcc.ca | www.firstvoices.ca | www.maps.fpcc.ca  

Join the conversation on: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram  | YouTube 

Committed to the revitalization of Indigenous languages, arts, cultures and heritage in B.C. 

The First Peoples’ Cultural Council is grateful to have our home in the beautiful traditional unceded territory of the W̱SÁNEĆ Nation people, in the village of W̱JOȽEȽP. We have an additional satellite office at Tk’emlups within the traditional territory of the Secwepemc people
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Gidgalang Kuuyas Naay

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Deavlan Bradley Principal
Colin Greenough Administrative Assistant
Megan Romas Clerk/MyED BC Level 1/Librian
Rachel Fraser Teacher
James Reid Teacher
Debi Laughlin Teacher
Emmy O'Gorman Teacher
Wendy Pazarena Teacher
Jenny Parser Teacher
Stephen Querengesser Teacher
James Warner Teacher
Jenna Perry Learning Resource Teacher
Jo Halle Distributed Learning Teacher
Tiffany Lavoie District Psychologist
Crystal Fraser Counsellor
Jo-ann MacMullin Education Assistant
Kris Olsen Education Assistant
Colleen Bradley Education Assistant
Robert Vogstad Indigenous Resource Worker
Leanne Vogstad Food Coordinator

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Gigdalang Kuuyas Naay Secondary School
PO Box 70
Queen Charlotte, BC VoT 1S0

Tel.: 250-559-8822
Fax: 250-559-8328

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