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Winter cultural camp

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  • 1. WINTER CULTURAL CAMP KTC NSD PARTNERSHIP FEBRUARY 22-24 2012
  • 2. PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS• Atikameg• Cadotte Lake• Clarence Jaycox• Kateri Mistassiniy• Peerless Lake
  • 3. PURPOSE• Provide an opportunity for high school students and staff from several school to participate in an experiential learning• Engage students and staff in facilitated conversations to share thoughts on how to build a successful high school• Gather information to develop a process to gather information about the essential elements for building a successful high school
  • 4. ACTIVITIES• Cultural: pipe ceremony, crafts, story telling• Outdoor: building a quinzee, ice fishing, dog team rides, snow shoeing, building fires• Classroom: Learning about yourself, how to select a career, overcoming barriers to success
  • 5. STAYING WARM
  • 6. SNOW SHOEINGBREAKING A TRAIL
  • 7. LEARNING TO WORK WITH DOGS
  • 8. TWO WHEEL DRIVE
  • 9. GETTING READY TO RIDE
  • 10. A NEW DRIVER
  • 11. RACING
  • 12. ICE FISHINGHARD WORK
  • 13. AN AUGER TO THE RESCUE
  • 14. LOWERING THE SKID
  • 15. LISTENING
  • 16. BEADING
  • 17. INTERACTIVE CLASSROOM LEARNING
  • 18. LEARNING ABOUT YOURSELF
  • 19. CAREER PLANNINGLOTS OF RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE
  • 20. LEARNING HOW TO DO PLAN
  • 21. HOW MANY JOBS OR CAREERS CAN YOU NAME?
  • 22. OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO SCHOOL SUCCESS
  • 23. PARTING THOUGHTSENJOYED THE ACTIVITIES, THE CAMP FIRES AND JOKES WITH PEERS ENJOYED MAKING QUINZEES AND ICE FISHING
  • 24. OUR COMMUNITIES NEED TO GET OUT AND INTERACT MOREI’M A REALLY OUTGOING GUY, I JUST NEVER HAD A CHANCE TO GO OUT AND MEET PEOPLE ENJOYED VISITING AND LAUGHING
  • 25. THE FIRE BRINGS PEOPLE TOGETHER I AM GOING TO MISS YOU GUYS CAMPS SHOULD BE DONE MORE OFTEN
  • 26. WE WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE CEREMONIES TAUGHT ME TO SHOW RESPECTCOLOUR SPECTRUM PRESENTATION HELPS ME BE A BETTER LEADER
  • 27. STAFF REFLECTIONS SAW DETERMINATION IN THE STUDENTSGREAT TO SEE INTERACTIONS, FIRST DAY WAS QUIET AND AS THE CAMP WENT ON STUDENTS GOT CLOSER
  • 28. HOPE TO HAVE MORE CAMPSGLAD I SUPERVISED, VERY PROUD OF HOW BEHAVIOUR CHANGES TO THE PO SITIVE SAW DETERMINATION IN THE STUDENTS STUDENTS TAKING CHANCES AND PARTICIPATING