COVID-19 Vaccine Available to Listuguj Youth

Based on the efforts of Chief Darcy Gray, all Listuguj students will have an opportunity to return to in-class learning in New Brunswick. To ensure that our students are engaged in week-long in-person learning, LETE will be maintaining support services at the hub for students’ on-line learning schedules (A/B School Calendar).

The Government of New Brunswick has indicated that they wish all students, aged 16 to 18 to be vaccinated. We recognize the health benefit of such a position and, as a result, will be offering vaccinations to all Listuguj students aged 16 to 18.

Listuguj has been successful at securing access to the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. The delivery of the vaccines will be coordinated through the Listuguj Community Health Services (LCHS) through their partnership with Quebec Public Health.

Two weeks following the date of the vaccine clinic, New Brunswick will permit all student to return to in-person learning according to their in-class schedules (A/B School Calendar)

Informed consent is an important aspect of any vaccination strategy. We encourage folks to consult their health care providers or health care professions at the LCHS. For additional information on the Pfizer vaccine, please review the attached Pfizer BioNTech vaccine information sheet.

Pfizer Vaccine Information Sheet

Listuguj High School Grad Photos

Listuguj High School Grad photos will be done in the community this year! Please register with Bobbi Madahbee at 418-788-1347 or 418-788-2248 as soon as possible!
Dates: March 9th and March 10th
Time: 9am – 3:30pm (both days)
Location: LMDC
Note: Due to pandemic and potential graduates unable to get pictures done at their school the LETE will cover the cost of sitting fees this year.

Listuguj High School Households – Want to share your point of view?

The Listuguj Education, Training and Employment (LETE) is conducting a survey to hear from parents (guardians and caregivers) of Listuguj high school students.

The purpose of this survey is to hear your views, experiences and feelings about your child(ren)’s experiences and feelings about high school, pre-COVID and right now. The LETE will use the results from this survey as part of its ongoing work to strengthen and improve its educational services for Listuguj students. The results will be shared with community.

This survey is anonymous, and it does not need to be filled out entirely. Your participation is voluntary, but much appreciated.  Please fill out one survey per household.

As a way to say thank you for participating, you can give your name and contact information to Bobbi Madahbee (Enhancement Manager) and your name will be entered into a draw for a chance to win one of two gift cards valued at 50$ each.

If you have questions, or if you would like to participate in a follow up conversation, please call either the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Centre (788-1347) or the Education Complex (788-2248). Leave your name and number, and Bobbi will return your call.

You can find link below. The deadline to submit is February 26th, 2020!

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/W7NMHL2

Listuguj Learning Hub Update

As the first semester comes to an end and second semester has now started at the Hub for our high school students, we want to share the progress that has been made at the Listuguj Learning Hub. It has been 4 months since New Brunswick closed its doors to all students living outside of the province, including students from Listuguj. The Hub is run smoothly by a staff of 23, which mainly includes Enhancement staff, Teachers, EA’s and Administration.

 

Communication

Both SSHS and the Hub are working collaboratively to improve teacher / student communications by providing clearer expectations and monitoring efforts. SSHS made investments in communication technology and provided software use training to support those efforts.

 

Academic Achievements

Academic Achievements at the Hub are proving to be successful and attendance in general is consistent. At the Hub, we have great supports in place for students to succeed.

 

Upcoming

The Hub Administration team has been working hard with SSHS administration to build a schedule that better meets the needs of Listuguj students who lived in a 100% on-line model in first semester. Some changes we are happy to announce are that we are providing in community vocational and hands-on training opportunities and we are also incorporating more cultural and land-based learning as well this new semester.

A big change for all high school students of New Brunswick this semester is that all students are expected to be learning five days a week now as opposed to every other day. Therefore, we have offered the option to attend the Hub daily to our students. If they choose to continue at the Hub every other day, they must still log on to their classes online at home.

 

Report Cards

Note that all first semester report cards have been distributed!

 

Questions and Concerns

It’s important to remember that if parents or students have any questions or concerns regarding school, they should be contacting SSHS directly @ 506-789-2125.

Alaqsite’w Gitpu School Clothing Sale


The Alaqsite’w Gitpu School is having a clothing sale, which includes hoodies and sweatpants. To place your order, please download and fill out the order form linked below.

The deadline to submit your order is Friday, March 12th, 2021. They accept e-transfers at listugujapparel@gmail.com.

Order Form:

Click here to download the AGS Clothing Order Form

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Community Notice – Listuguj High School Students

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Important Notice from the Alaqsite’w Gitpu School

Due to some issues with the school construction, students (AGS only) will be sent home for the day.
Please note that there is nothing to be concerned about, but we do apologize for the inconvenience.