SCHOOL YEAR 2020-2021
Managing to survive during a world wide Pandemic!
home learners, in house learners and our staff have quickly managed to move from complete traditional oral teaching to the new "norm" of online method of teaching.
The Pandemic forced our doors to close in March/2020. After the first two weeks, we realized that there was a need to invest in computer equipment at which time, a handful were purchased through an existing budget then many thanks to our friends in Holland, NANAI who graciously pulled together some funds to buy us 10 Chromebooks then to cover the rest of the students of Nursery to grade 6, a local company MOHAWKONLINE donated 18 Chromebooks and 12 iapds with no hesitation. the electronic equipment are used both for the kids in house and those at home as well. We aare grateful for the support!
We would like to extend our gratitude to the CBC for profiling Karihwanoron on their digital platform! we like to believe this Doc has had a hand in gaining core funds for our unique program!
Karihwanoron, in partnership with KSDPP (Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Program), and ADI ( Aboriginal Diabetes Innitiatives fund) are teaching our children about making healthier choices to promote wellness. We aim to assist in lowering the statistics of diabetes in First Nations communities, as well as to provide our students with basic life skills.
Club 200 2018-2019
Winners: $1000 ea.
December: Jon Kane
January: Patricia Thomas
February: Jennifer Jacobs
March: Jula Harjo
April:Dawn Goodleaf & Skaionwiio Diabo
Tickets still available for the new year in September! send us an email if youre interested to reserve:
1st Draw: December 20 2019