The School is looking for a full time receptionist/admin assistant please contact the School Principal Patsy Bercier for more information
Anyone interested in Teacher Assistant applications need to be submitted ASAP
Employment Opportunity for a Finance HR Clerk see Careers deadline is open until suitable candidate is found
Noon dismissal, Thursday, December 8
NO SCHOOL, Friday, December 9
School Christmas Concert, December 14, Parents invited to a Turkey lunch
Noon dismissal, Friday, December 16
HOLIDAYS: December 17, 2016 - January 2, 2017
First day back to school is Tuesday, January 3, 2017
SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE
Photos taken June 2, 2016
See the inside of the new school in the drop down menu New School Construction and click on Construction June 2016
Harmony Park: School Playgrounds
For more pictures click on New School Construction in the menu bar and the drop down menus to see the new playgrounds, inside construction and the gymnasium
O'Chiese School is accepting early registration for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year. We will need a copy of student's FN Status and/or Health Card. Please feel free to stop by during the regular school hours 9:00 - 4:00 Monday to Thursday and 9:00 - 12:00 noon on Fridays. Thank you and we look forward to welcoming students on the first day of school on Tuesday, August 30th.
At O’Chiese Education Authority, our future knowledge keepers will be educated in a respectful,
responsible environment by a dedicated staff that is compassionate; ensuring the dignity,
individuality and diversity of all students.
Ne Sa Soh Is Koh Dahn
P.O. Box 337
Rocky Mountain House, Alberta
Please note: this is the new School phone number
Directions to O’Chiese from Drayton Valley
Directions from Rocky Mountain House to O’Chiese
Should you desire, the longer route which is all paved except for 13km from Sunchild to O’Chiese is another route from Rocky Mountain House to O’Chiese.
O’Chiese First Nation School Ne Sa Soh Is Koh Dahn (The 7th Fires) will deliver quality educational programs based on the Alberta Education Curriculum, respectful of the Saulteaux Language and Culture within a safe and caring learning environment, ensuring First Nation student success.
Last Updated: December 6, 2016