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Aboriginal Self-Identification

Aboriginal Self-Identification
If your child has First Nation, Metis or Inuit ancestry we ask you to consider self-identifying.~
By doing so you help our school know if we are meeting the needs of our First Nation, Metis and Inuit students. You also assist~ the school board in getting additional funds to support Aboriginal Education and help us to know where to allocate resources to best support Aboriginal students.
Self-identification will also allow us to direct services and opportunities for First Nation, Metis and Inuit students to your child. These additional services and opportunities may include
  • tutoring support,
  • access to the board’s elementary and secondary Aboriginal programs,
  • access to the Aboriginal Student Support Counsellor,
  • access to leadership and university experience camps for Aboriginal students,
  • information about scholarships and bursaries for Aboriginal students.
You can find more information and the self-identification form online at our board website.

Cathy Carson
Lancaster P.S.