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Career Fair / Recruitment 2017

CSB Recrut Event 2017 03 thIn keeping with our commitment to a well-educated and successful Cree Nation through inspired teaching and valued learning, we organized a Career Fair on March 23-24, 2017 at the Delta Hotel in Montreal.

Summer Literacy Camp

Literacy-CampThe Cree School Board and Frontier College will be running Summer Literacy Camps for 5-9 years olds in all of the communities again this year.

We are recruiting Eeyou/Eenou summer camp counsellors for each of the nine communities. Candidates must be 18 years old and up. Job includes training, six weeks of work, and a rewarding experience! 

Applications due by May 5th.
See attachment for details on how to apply [PDF].

Regional General Assembly Highlights


The Cree School Board Regional Assembly held in Mistissini on November 8-9, 2016, was a great success. As a follow-up to this important meeting, we are pleased to share some key highlights.

For more information about the event, to watch the summary videos or to download the PDFs of the presentations, click here.

Release of the Cree School Board 2015-2016 Annual Report

Annual Report 2015 2016 screeshot th Annual Report 2015 2016 pdf thThe 2015-2016 Cree School Board Annual Report can now be enjoyed in an optimized easy-to-read format here. The full PDF version is also available for download and a link can be found in the same section. It is partially available in Cree, English, and French as usual.

The report is a record of our commitment to support student achievement in the youth, adult, and post-secondary sectors. It includes a summary of our main activities, student data, and financial highlights.

We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to each and every one of our partners in Cree education, for helping us to take another step in this journey towards building students who thrive and become successful contributors to Eeyou Istchee and beyond.

Kathleen J. Wootton, Chairperson
Abraham Jolly, Director General

New Adult Education Facility in Mistissini

News New Adult Education Facility in Mistissini

On November 25, 2016, representatives of the Government of Quebec, in partnership with the federal government, announced over $32 million for a new adult education facility as well as forty new housing units for school board employees.  The surprise announcement was made following the Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurial Program (AYEP) launch presided by the Martin Family Initiative founder, the Right Honorable Paul Martin.