A new school at the Enoch Cree Nation had it's grand opening today after being under construction for a year and a half.
A new school at Enoch Cree Nation had it's grand opening this morning.
The newly constructed Maskêkosak Kiskinomâtowikamik school will have students from kindergarten to grade 12, and will include Cree – Nêhiyaw focuses in all areas of study.
Construction of the 60,000 square foot school began back in March of 2018, and includes a learning commons, a CTS shop and a cultural room located inside a 40 foot tall Teepee made of glass and steel.
Funding for construction of the school came from Indigenous Services Canada.