Principal's Message

Our community school is located in the beautiful district of Tsi Snaihne. The school population averages 185 students from Head Start to Grade 7. One of our many strengths is our staff members who get to know all of the students in our small and caring school community. We are proud to be part of helping our students develop a positive self-identify by providing daily instruction in Kanien’keha, promoting and organizing socials, community meals, the Tom Longboat Run, and other activities and events that celebrate the traditions and culture of Akwesasne throughout the school year. School initiatives have helped our students achieve at or above provincial standards in Reading and Writing. 87% of students were reading at or above grade level at the end of the 4th quarter in 2018. Math initiatives will continue this year to focus on a new Mathematics program, Instructional Coaching and our partnership with the Aboriginal Access to Engineering (AAE) program from Queen’s University is part of the initiative. Our staff members are dedicated to ensuring that our students will have the opportunity to learn skills needed to enter STEM field careers in the future.



Tsi Snaihne School bus drivers will be delivering student packets and picking up completed student work on Thursday, November 12, 2020 and Thursday, November 19, 2020.

The classroom teacher will let parents know when their student's packet will be delivered each week. There will be some packets delivered this week and some next week.

AMBE Bus drivers will be checking the mailbox and front steps or porch for the student's work. We ask that parents please leave their work out in one of these visible places. The bus drivers will not be knocking on doors at any time during this process.

If you have any questions about this arrangement, you can email your student's teacher or call 613 575-2291.

Nia:wen for your continued cooperation and support.

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