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My ancestors came from Africa, Europe, and Turtle Island (Ojibway and Erie). I am grateful to live in Coast Salish territory, where my children were born.
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Gulf Islands Secondary School First Nations/Social Studies Teacher and Provincial BCTF Aboriginal Education FacilitatorContact Carol at Gulf Islands Secondary SchoolCarol Arnold
I am of Secwepemc descent, born Neskonlith, raised in Maple Ridge (where I honed my craft of being a cultural teacher) and now being refined into island life on the Gulf Islands. It has been a privilege and a pleasure being part of the energy, community and team at SD64.
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Presented to Board of Trustees of Gulf Islands Schools by Robin Jenkinson, Toby Carson, and Katharine Byers on February 28, 2018. Robin and Toby are parent and volunteer, and Katharine is a teacher at Salt Spring Elementary. School gardens are a valuable resource for all our schools. At Salt Spring Elementary they have offered a … Read More
Recommendations to support gardens at each of the schools made to the Gulf Islands SD64 Board of Education by presenters Robin Jenkinson, Toby Carson, and Katharine Byers on February 28, 2018. Common Strengths and Values Several links to the District strategic plan: Gets kids outside, healthy learning outdoors Strong community partnerships Opportunities for mentorship District … Read More
GISS Improv is returning to Ottawa for the sixth time to compete in the Canadian Improv Games national competition, where they hope to reach their highest potential as performers and transform into one great fire-breathing being with five heads, five hearts, and a batting average of 0.429. These improvisers will spend the next two months … Read More
In October the grade 10 social studies class of Louise Doucet from the Gulf Islands Secondary School visited the Legislature. In a statement to the House on November 29th, MLA Adam Olsen reports out to Members of the Legislature excerpts of advice offered by Gulf Islands students to his colleagues in the Legislature.
Over 140 Socials 9 and 10 students from GISS viewed and assessed a primary source exhibit called ‘The Uprooting’. The collection was assembled last year for the 75th Anniversary of the Japanese Internment and provides a pictorial timeline of Japanese culture and life on the west coast with an emphasis on Salt Spring Island families. … Read More
Galiano Community School truly is a community school. Our playground project epitomizes what community can, and will do, when hearts and passions are united. What started off as a seed of a dream has blossomed in to an amazing reality. Almost two years ago a mom of a little guy in Kindie came in to … Read More
Gulf Islands Secondary students who participate in the Trades Awareness Skills and Knowledge program (T.A.S.K.) in grade 10, 11 or 12 launch into a career in the skilled trades. Students first spend a semester of hands-on learning, building tiny homes, attending Camosun College trades shops, and working in a trade area. Students focus on achieving … Read More