Resources relevant to school classrooms and departments will typically be found on those classroom and department web pages.
We cannot ensure the content and availabilty of sites external to Kiwetin School.
First Nations Student Success Program (FNSSP) The First Nations Student Success Program (FNSSP) is designed to support First Nations educators on reserve (pre-kindergarten to grade 12) in their ongoing efforts to meet their students’ needs and improve student and school results.
The FNSSP has three interrelated components:
School Success Plans
Student Learning Assessments and
Sleep is important!
Every living thing sleeps, from the smallest insect to the largest whale. Some animals spend as many as 20 hours a day sleeping! While children and adults don’t need to sleep quite so many hours, our sleep is just as important.
We need sleep to keep us healthy, happy, and doing our best!
Please visit the following site to learn more about Kids and Sleep.
Serving healthy snacks to children is important to providing good nutrition, supporting lifelong healthy eating habits, and helping to prevent costly and potentially-disabling diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity.
Snacks play a major and growing role in children’s diets. Between 1977 and 1996, the number of calories that children consumed from snacks increased by 120 calories per day.
Please visit the following WebSite to learn more about healthy snacks
FNHC – Healthy Food Guidelines for First Nations Communities