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Please share! The Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council Education Authority (KTCEA) and Northland School Division (NSD) community meetings at Kateri School (January 16th) and Peerless Lake School (January 17th) have been postponed due to a death in the community. The meetings have been rescheduled. We invite…

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Attention: The Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council Education Authority (KTCEA) and Northland School Division (NSD) community meetings at Kateri School (January 16th) and Peerless Lake School (January 17th) have been postponed due to a death in the community. The meetings will be rescheduled.

Posted 15 Jan 18


Please share! Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council Education Authority (KTCEA) and Northland School Division (NSD) are hosting a community information session at Kateri School in Trout Lake tomorrow. We invite parents and community members to join us for a meal and a presentation to learn more about: - Transitioning…

Posted 15 Jan 18

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Division No. 61

Northland School Division No.61 is situated in some of the most stunning areas in northern Alberta. Covering 288,347 square kilometres, our schools are located near mountains, lakes, rivers, forests, and wetlands on Treaty 6 and 8 territories. We hold high respect for these traditional territories, its history, language and culture. At NSD, 95% of the student population is of First Nations, Métis and Inuit descent. We have approximately 2600 students in 24 schools. Our schools are located in municipalities, First Nation reserves and Métis Settlements.