Father R. Perin
Father R. Perin School is situated 120 kilometers from Fort McMurray in the hamlet of Janvier. It and can be accessed from Alberta Highway 881 as well as a small airstrip located in the community. The school serves a student population of 81 in Grades K‐9 and has a teaching staff of 7.
Students who attend the school reside mostly in the Chipewyan Prairie Dene First Nations Reserve with a few coming from the hamlet of Janvier. People residing in the hamlet are of largely Métis descent whereas most residents of the reserve are treaty First Nations.
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Father R. Perin School celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day
Posted on Jun 29 2018
Father R. Perin School organized a lot of activities in recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day. Students, parents, and community members were treated to an array of carnival-style games designed by Asma Ammouneh, School Liaison and Mental Health…
Employment Opportunity - Educational Assistant
Posted on Jul 24 2017
Father R. Perin School is looking to hire an Educational Assistant. Please review job advertisement.
School Bus Safety Week - October 22-26, 2018
Posted on Oct 22 2018
In recognition of School Bus Safety Week, the Northland School Division (NSD) Transportation Department is helping to educate our students, drivers and staff on school bus safety October 22-26, 2018. This years theme is School Bus…
Susa Creek School presented NSD Student Attendance Award
Posted on Oct 19 2018
Northland School Division congratulates Susa Creek School for achieving the highest overall student attendance in 2017-2018. NSD's Director of Student Engagement, Attendance and Completion Don Tessier presented Susa Creek with a plaque…
Numeracy, learning calendar concept and historical implications of colonization and residential schools highlight October NSD Principal’s Meeting
Posted on Oct 18 2018
Northland School Division (NSD) principals dived into a series of topics at the Principal’s Meeting on October 10th and 11th. The two-day gathering began with a discussion about numeracy. Area 1 Associate Superintendent Shelley…