INTERACTIVE DANCE GROUP RETURNING!!!

INTERACTIVE DANCE THE WEEK OF
SEPT 19-22,2016

COMMUNITY MEMBERS INVITED TO PERFORMANCE ON SEPT 22ND AT 2:15PM

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Morning:
• Whole school attends an assembly to watch the Interactive Dance Performance
• After the performance the elementary students return to class.
• Grades 8-12 students will be divided into 4 groups (Kim & Tom will make the groupings)
• Groups 1 and 2 will work in the gym
• Group 3 will work in Rm. 309
• Group 4 will work in the Mezz

Afternoon:
• Secondary students go back to class
• Grades 4-5 will work in one half of the gym
• Grades 6-7 will work in the other half of the gym

Day 2 – September 20

Morning:
• Grades 4-5 will work in one half of the gym
• Grades 6-7 will work in the other half of the gym.

Afternoon:
• All students attend regular classes

Day 3 – September 21

Morning:
• All students attend regular classes

Afternoon:
• Grades K-1 will work in one half of the gym
• Grades 2-3 will work in the other half of the gym

Day 4 – September 22

Morning:
• Grades K-1 will work in one half of the gym
• Grades 2-3 will work in the other half of the gym

Afternoon:
• Groups 1 and 2 will work in the gym
• Group 3 will work in Rm. 309
• Group 4 will work in the Mezz

1:50 on Sept. 22 All students meet and organize in the gym

2:15 Performance begins

WWNI Upgrade Program

Adult Upgrading Programs – A Joint Project of
WILP WILXO’OSKWHL NISGA’A INSTITUTE and
NISGA’A School District 92-Alternate Programs
P.O. Box 70 3001 Ts’oohl Ts’ap Avenue
Gitwinksihlkw, B.C. V0J 3T0 Phone (250) 633-2292 ext. 3197 Fax (250) 633-2463
Dr. Kim Hansen, SD92 Principal, Alternate Programs Email khansen@nisgaa.bc.ca

September 8th, 2016

Program Announcement

All Village Governments
Att. Education Administrators
All Nisga’a Urban Locals

This introduces the joint SD92-WWN Adult Upgrading Program located on site at the WWNI Gitwinksihlkw campus.

The objective of this program is to prepare students for University or trade programs and/or to complete their secondary diploma. The start date will be Monday, September 12th – enrolment will be ongoing. The program will follow the university calendar.

Potential students who wish to enrol in this program need to contact Dr. Kim Hansen either by email [khansen@nisgaa.bc.ca] or telephone 250-633-2292 ext. 3197 and set up an appointment.

Regular bus schedule is available for bus students (see schedule on back).

For future Career Planning purposes and other programs at WWNI you may also wish to contact:
• Lori Nyce for University courses or programs at extension 3195
• Mitch Verde for Community Certificate courses/workshops or Trades Programs at extension 3194

Aam niin! You are a good person.

At NESS, we expect all students to abide by the philosophy that we are all good people. But what does this mean in real life? Some examples to show this are:

  • Saying hello or smiling when you first encounter someone.
  • Being helpful by opening a door, picking up something that has been dropped, taking care of other people’s belongings, taking care of your own belongings.
  • Using your WITS in moments of conflict (Walk away; Ignore; Talk it out; Seek help)
  • Remembering that rude, loud or mean actions often reflect that a person is struggling inside. Take the time to be patient and help the person work it out by using your own WITS.