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2018

Mikisew Cree First Nation Chief and Council met with ADCS students to promote attendance

Mikisew Cree First Nation Chief and Council along with Ward 9 Trustee Rubi Sakeskanip recently met with students to promote the importance of attending school on regular basis. Gord Atkinson, Superintendent of Schools, Northland School Division, presented…

ADCS students exploring career opportunities

The CAREERS: the Next Generation team of Crystal Boers, Field Director, and Elaine Read kick-started their 2018-19 future-careers-focus in the school with two sessions.  On October 17th, senior high students completed a Color Spectrum Personality Quiz,…

Student Registration Reminder

Attention Parents and Guardians:  Student and family information is no longer automatically rolled over for the 2018-2019 school year. All families must register their children prior to Tuesday, September 4, 2018. Please ensure you come with updated…

2017

Fort Chipewyan student selected as a Minister’s Youth Council member

An Athabasca Delta Community School student will have his chance to discuss education with the Minister of Education on behalf of Fort Chipewyan and Northland School Division. On June 29th, Jeremy Marten was announced as one of 32 members of the Minister’s…

Northland School Division Community Engagement Discussions

The Government of Alberta is committed to working collaboratively with members of the Northland School Division community to take action and help ensure a positive future for students of the division. Part of this commitment means working to restore…

2016

Halloween fun at Keyano Campus

The Athabasca Delta Community School (ADCS) Outreach Program hosted a Haloween potluck and team building celebration! The celebration include staff from ADCS and Keyano and Outreach students. There was only one scary unwelcome guest that tried to eat…

Moose Camp 2016

Athabasca Delta Community School (ADCS) just completed their third annual fall moose camp, bringing students, Elders, land-users and teachers together on the land to camp, harvest and learn from each other. Moose camp is part of Experiential Learning…

ADCS captures 1st place at Youth Regional Hand Games Tournament in High Prairie

Experience paid off for ADCS at the Youth Regional Hand Games in High Prairie. On May 14, 2016, the school captured a 1st and 4th place finish during the tournament that coincided with the High Prairie Traditional Pow Wow. In addition to ADCS, the seven…

Jolly learning for Fort Chipewyan students

Elementary students at Athabasca Delta Community School are developing reading and writing skills through a program called Jolly Phonics. The program introduces all the letter sounds with an action, song and storyline.  The five skills taught in Jolly…

Students attend Youth Water & Environmental Leadership Summit

Our students attended the Youth Water & Environmental Leadership Summit from March 10th - 13th. Four students participated along with 20 other schools in Canmore to learn what we can do to conserve water for future generations. To learn more about the…