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Le Festival Éducation du Futur - Virtuel

Future Education Festival - Virtual

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Québec

Annie Whiskeychan Memorial Elementary School

Waskaganish
This year, students in the Elementary Engagement program participated in weekly sports and cooking classes within their stable groups. The youth also attended a series of full day activities hosted on PED days including, outdoor snow soccer, sliding and skiing, brunch and a movie, as well as basketball and capture the flag tournaments. Students collaborated to begin producing a life-size snakes and ladders game out of sewing materials and paint.

Waskaganish

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  • ÉcoleSchoolAnnie Whiskeychan Memorial Elementary School
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCree School Board
  • RégionRegionNord-du-Québec - Eeyou Istchee
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021

Luke Mettawaskum School

Nemaska
Students in the Elementary Engagement project participated in regular in-class activities which focused on STEM workshops and music lessons. The youth participated actively in a series of anti-bullying workshops during a Love is Louder week. Regular extracurricular programming focused on cooking activities, combined with literacy, and outdoor games sessions for stable groups.

Nemaska

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  • ÉcoleSchoolLuke Mettawaskum School
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCree School Board
  • RégionRegionNord-du-Québec - Eeyou Istchee
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021

Rainbow Elementary School

Waswanipi

Waswanipi

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  • ÉcoleSchoolRainbow Elementary School
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCree School Board
  • RégionRegionNord-du-Québec - Eeyou Istchee
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021

Waapihtiiwewan School

Oujé-Bougoumou
Over the past year, students from Waapiitiwewan School have been able to be involved in various Youth Fusion activities. Firstly, the kitchen activities were a great success, especially the making of sushi! Accompanied by sports activities such as afternoons of tobogganing or even indoor sports, the youth were able to stretch their legs to promote physical well-being. In addition, various events took place such as the winter festival which included a full week of outdoor activities for the whole school. Additionally, the Caught you Caring campaign highlighting benevolent and caring behavior among students. Finally, numerous artistic activities made it possible to develop the creativity of the youth through a partnership with Aanischaaukamikw, a museum serving as a Cree cultural institution.

Oujé-Bougoumou

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  • ÉcoleSchoolWaapihtiiwewan School
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityCree School Board
  • RégionRegionNord-du-Québec - Eeyou Istchee
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021
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