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Students from Pelican Lake First Nations' High School graduated yesterday. Keewaytinook Okimakanak Board of Education would like to congratulate all the graduates. We are so proud of you all!Read More
KPDSB teachers ventured to Fort Severn to meet with their KO Mentees.Read More
On March 29, 2017, Elders, and community members from the Keewaytinook Okimakanak communities came together in Red Lake, to begin a discussion on the development and the implementation of the KOBE Language Policy.á’‹á‘á…á”‘á“‚á‘²á‘•á’§áŠá§á¨ á‘á‘á’‰áŠá¦áŠá’¥á“‡á“‡á áŠá“‚á£ á‘«á‘®á“¯á“‡á‘²á§á‘á¸á£ áŠá“‚á“¯á“‡á¯á’§áƒá§á£ á‘á‘á“„á¦áŠá’ªá‘áƒá§á£ áƒá’ª áƒá“‘á‘¯á“„áƒá§ á±á’§á’‹á‘«áƒá§á“‚á“‚áaRead More