Nokiiwin Tribal Council
First Nation Student Success Program

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Description
  • Provides an opt-in proposal-based program for First Nation schools (K-Gr 12) to develop and implement the interrelated components which include school success plans, student learning assessments and performance measurements
  • These components assist community educators to address and improve the areas of literacy, numeracy and student retention

School Success Plan
  • Consists of a 3-year plan for each school to determine changes needed to improve student achievement levels
  • Offers initial assessment and planning during the first year by Nokiiwin, then further development, assessment and reporting is carried out by each community's educators
  • Creates the plan from information gathered through student information systems, school surveys, student learning assessment results and evaluations

Student Learning Assessments
  • Assesses the academic performance and progress of students through various tests
  • Uses the results to set school priorities and to monitor and plan student achievement and progress

Performance Measurement
  • Collects data (daily records, grades, attendance, test results) on student and school performance
  • Allows schools to set targets, monitor results and report to parents and communities on student progress
Eligibility
Must belong to one of the member First Nations in the Robinson-Superior Treaty area served by Nokiiwin Tribal Council
Schools include:
  • Spirit Bay School, Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek
  • Netamisakomik Centre for Education, Pic Mobert First Nation
  • Pic River Elementary, Pic River First Nation
  • St Kateri Tekawitha, Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek
Application Process
Services are delivered at the local level within each community's schools
Fees
None
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(21) Other Regional Government ; (50) Non Profit
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211 Ontario North
Last Verified On January 21, 2019

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