In Indigenous Education at the ALCDSB, part of our collective vision is ensuring that “The Work” is fulfilled in a meaningful and intentional way. Much of the work we do is strategically planned and undergone with as much of a good mind as possible.
Ensuring Indigenous students are loved, inspired and successful.
Indigenous artwork by Grade 11 St. Theresa Catholic Secondary School Student Jaida Maracle.
Indigenous Education at ALCDSB is grounded in student voice and is deeply and actionably committed to, and responsible to, Indigenous students and families in consultation with students and community. Centering Student Voice
Centering Indigenous student voice, Indigenous student wellness and well being grounded in UNDRIP and Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession: Care, Respect, Trust and Integrity.