Starting in January 2017 we will be hosting a Powwow Regalia making group open all
Indian Education Students and we are strongly encouraging all parents to participate.
Supplies and sewing machines will be provided at no cost. Our plan is to get together regularly in the High School Library outside of school hours and provide instruction on making regalia for
both boys and girls. Our goal is to have the finished products ready to use at upcoming Spring Powwows.
Click here to view the Regalia Making Circle Poster
Our goal is to provide financial assistance to
all Indian Students up to $100 per student to cover costs associated with activities.
Please see application for complete list of eligible activities.
Campus visit to
Red Lake Nation College conducted December 05, 2016 – COMPLETE
· Campus visit at a
College (to be determined) March 06, 2017 maximum of 9 students (preference to
Campus visit and
Powwow in March 2017 Bemidji State University
Campus visit and
Powwow in April 2017 University of North Dakota
We will be hosting a Warroad Public Schools Powwow
this year in May 2017 and our plan is to seize this opportunity to make it as
educational as possible. We plan to have the entire school population (approximately
1,100) in attendance as spectators plus invite all parents and grand parents. Our
goal is to showcase our rich culture and share the basic teachings that make up
the fabric of who we are as Indigenous People. Dancers will be invited from the
surrounding area to share their educational and career accomplishments. The MC
will interview each dancer to share that information with us all. Additional
information will be provided at a later date.
We plan to acknowledge the success of all Indian
students in the following two areas:
and 2) Attendance A gift card plus a Certificate of Achievement will be
given to all Indian students that show success in the two areas identified
above. This acknowledgement will be done at an Indian Education Potluck Supper at the end of each trimester during
the academic year.
plan to have Indian Culture Presence at the Warroad High School Graduation this
year by inviting a spiritual advisor and a drum group to conduct an honor
ceremony at the graduation convocation. Also we plan to honor our 14 Indian
graduates at an Indian Education Potluck supper and gifting them all as our way of honoring their
ELDER IN ALL CLASSROOMS
Warroad Public Schools Indian Education has invited Wilfred Buck a Science Facilitator with the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre Inc. to visit our school. He is known as the "Star Guy" and travels to many schools with an inflatable planetarium and shares an Indigenous perspective of constellations.
Mr. Buck will be visiting our school with his inflatable planetarium on March 28th & 29th. We will have all students 3rd grade to 12th grade experience the planetarium over the 2 day period.
PRINCESS AND BRAVE PAGEANTRY
We plan to continue the tradition of crowning our
Warroad Public Schools royalty this year at the Powwow. A senior princess,
junior princess, senior brave and junior brave will proudly represent our school
for the 2017 year throughout Indian country.
After School Homework Club
3:00pm - 4:00pm
High School Library
Everyone is welcome!
Fry Bread Taco Fundraiser Poster
Pond Hockey Fundraiser Poster