A caring community
wisdom, and justice.
The Aboriginal Advocate teacher’s priority is to support aboriginal students academically and socially to transition smoothly through and out of school. We support and enhance the high school experience of First Nations, Metis and Inuit students through academic support, post-secondary planning and cultural awareness.
What We Do
Elder in Residence Program
Once again we are fortunate to work with Elder Hazel Dixon. She is in the school every Monday to help support student success, as well as support teachers in the classroom.
Jayson Littletent joins us on Mondays at noon visiting, singing & drumming in the commons. Everyone welcome!
Currently parents/guardians of First Nations, Metis and Inuit students have the choice to self-identify their child/children attending Regina Public Schools during the school registration process. The choice to self-identify and declare this information is voluntary. The following link provides more information and a link to the form: http://www.rbe.sk.ca/parents/aboriginal-self-declaration
Contact Aboriginal Advocate
What We Have Been Up To?
The following links provide information about post-secondary programs, scholarships & bursaries and community supports in Regina for Indigenous peoples.