New course "shows kids 'you are important. Your culture is important,'" says Krista Button, teacher of the new Innu Studies course in Sheshatshiu. Click here to read the full article.
Elaine Rich is a Grade 2 student at Mushuau Innu Natuashish School.
Rob Tulk has been teaching in Natuashish since 2016. He shares his positive experiences in a CBC Point of View. He says he is in this profession "to learn how to help and empower young people to pursue their interests and develop as the wonderful, intelligent, powerful, compassionate people they already are." Click here to read the full article.
Katie Rich, our community director of education for Natuashish, accepts a very generous donation from Max Penashue and Pennecon. Mr. Penashue's company donated $25,000 to our school board to supplement our school breakfast program. MTIE is very grateful. Thank you Pennecon, and thanks Max!
A crowd begins to gather at the Mushuau Innu Natuashish School gym ahead of this year's first parent - teacher meetings. By all accounts, this year's first meeting was a tremendous success. Congratulations to all staff at MINS, and thank you to all the parents who showed up!
Congratulations to our Mushuau Innu Natuashish School girls' volleyball team who captured their first ever gold medal at the 2018 Fall Sports Meet held in Hopedale, NL during the weekend of October 17th, 2018. Our girls will compete at the 2A Regionals in Northwest River in late November. GO SHAMANS!
Members of the team include (back row: left to right) coach Dawn Marie Rich, Hopie Piwas, Leonna Nui, team captain Destiney Nui, coach Joel Whelan, (Front row: left to right) Kesha Rich, Gwen Poker, and Ashley Piwas.