The London District Catholic School Board is committed to supporting Aboriginal student achievement through specific program planning, targeted initiatives, resource supports and the involvement of family and community in the life of the school.
We are committed to developing pride and awareness of First Nations, Metis and Inuit cultures and communities for all students.
Please contact Heather Pais: firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-663-2088 ext. 42200.
LDCSB had over 400 students attend the Annual Antler River Children's Pow Wow from Chippewas of the Thames First Nation 2017.
We thank Chippewas of the Thames First Nation and Antler River Elementary School for welcoming our schools to share in their Pow Wow. Miigwetch
Indigenous Leadership Camp April 11-13, 2017
Students from SAB, JPII and St. Mary's along with their teacher chaperones.
Mocassin Making at Camp
Making Two Row Wampum Belts with RMC students Original Peoples group. Learning about Indigenous Culture together to respect and build relationships with our Indigenous neighbours. Feb. 2017
LDCSB Staff Participate in De-Colonizing the Spirit Workshop November 2016
Students at Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School Smuding with Guest Ray John October 2016
Students from St. Kateri learning about and playing Indigenous Games. Cup and Ball Game, Sling Ball Game and Run and Scream. October 2016
Students from St. Michael's Catholic School in Woodstock using the Indigenous Math Beading Kit. Lots of Math in Beading and lots of fun! October 2016
ORANGE SHIRT DAY 2016 NOTRE DAME CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-SEPTEMBER 30TH
KING'S OPENING HOUR JOSEPH BOYDEN WITH ST. MARY'S STUDENTS
Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centers
Cultural Competency Workshop for LDCSB Staff to promote awareness 2014-2015.
London District Catholic School Board Spring Festival 2014-2015. Educating all students on the history and culture of Canada's First Nation, Metis and Inuit People.
Partnering with our local communities; Antler River Elementary School, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation dancers.
LDCSB had over 500 students attend the Annual Antler River Children's Pow Wow from Chippewas of the Thames First Nation 2016