"Community and student engagement are priorities for the success of the MFNSS. The school system has supported events that engage students in their own communities' culture, history, and traditions," said Nora Murdock, PhD, Director of Instructional Services. "The school system is in its third year of operation and the ongoing development and growth of MFNSS continues."
With respect for First Nations control, treaty, and inherent rights, MFNSS supports schools to improve the quality of education, enhance academic standards and, ultimately, increase student outcomes, including retention, completion, and graduation rates.
"MFNSS has made significant strides in developing an education system reflective of First Nations world views, cultures, and values," said Lorne C. Keeper, Executive Director