Ohpikinahawasiwin Re-Entry Survey Results

Maskwacîs Education Schools Commission (MESC) is planning for what the 2020-2021 school year might look like for our students, staff and families. While any return to school will be done under the guidelines and direction from Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, we asked you about what’s important to you as we plan for three…

Inspiring Education – June 12, 2020

Inspiring Education Series Each Friday, until mid June, MESC will be profiling outstanding individuals who will share their perspective on education and the importance of reaching personal goals. Inspiring Education – Esther Makinaw In this week’s video, we feature MESC Circle of Elders member Esther Makinaw as she speaks about her upbringing, and how Îyinîw Mâmitonehicikan…

How Will Student Report Cards Look This June?

Tan’si Ohpikinahawasiwahk, MESC appreciates your patience and commitment to students during these unprecedented times. Many of you likely have questions regarding report cards and what these will look like for your child(ren). MESC is dedicated to its vision of promoting confident, competent, and resilient Cree-speaking students. To do this, we recognize that all of our…

Re-Entry Survey

Re-Entry Survey As we prepare to resume classes in the fall, your input is needed to ensure we are providing a safe learning environment for your children that you are comfortable with. Please take some time to complete our survey, ay hay! Click Here to Begin Survey

Inspiring Education – May 29, 2020

Inspiring Education Series Each Friday, until mid June, MESC will be profiling outstanding individuals who will share their perspective on education and the importance of reaching personal goals. Inspiring Education – Learning From Home Since early March, the Maskwacîs Education Schools Commission has been making proactive decisions in our fight against COVID-19. This is to ensure…

Inspiring Education – May 15, 2020

Inspiring Education Series Each Friday, until mid June, MESC will be profiling outstanding individuals who will share their perspective on education and the importance of reaching personal goals. Inspiring Education – John Nepoose John was born and raised in the Samson Cree Nation. He’s currently a self-employed contractor, working primarily in residential development. He resides on…

Logging Into the Chromebook for the First Time

Logging Into the Chromebook for the First Time Here are some basic instructions for logging into the MESC Chromebooks, provided by the MESC I.T. Team. For more questions, please call: 780-800-0033 for technical support Requirements Wifi Internet Google Account 1.  Power on Chromebook 2.  Click “Let’s go” on Welcome screen 3.  Choose your wifi network…

One-Time Assistance for MESC Students

One-Time Assistance for MESC Students The MESC Nanâtohk Mîciwin (Universal School Foods Program) will be providing families with a one-time assistance for food and essential supplies. Each student attending a MESC school will be provided a $50.00 Walmart gift card. Parents/Guardians/Mature students must pick up gift cards at the school that the student is currently…

Inspiring Education – May 08, 2020

Inspiring Education Series Each Friday, until mid June, MESC will be profiling outstanding individuals who will share their perspective on education and the importance of reaching personal goals. Inspiring Education – Ida Bull In this week’s video, we feature Ida Bull as she speaks on the importance of Nehiyawewin (Cree Language), and Cahkipehikanisak (Cree Syllabics) instruction…

Learning from Home Support

Learning from Home Support MESC will be lending chromebooks to students to support their learning from home. Parents/guardians can pick up a chromebook for their child on Monday, May 11th and Tuesday, May 12th between the hours of 10:00am and 5:00pm. Families with more than one student in their household attending MESC schools will be…