The Métis Nation British Columbia, a member of our Aboriginal Advisory Council, is hosting an event for Métis persons 15 years and older to learn about funding opportunities for work supports, post-secondary funding, wage subsidies, and trades training.
Please be courteous to our students and staff, and do not wear scents to school.
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Poinsettias have arrived! Please go to the Student Services office to pick up your orders.
This Spring Break, the Young Ambassadors exchange program will travel to Ishikari, Japan. Approximately 30 students from ages 11 to 15 can participate in this exchange. If interested, pick up an application package from the middle & secondary school offices.
Students can pick up a catalogue, instruction page and login id from the MAIN office. Forms/money are due back Friday, November 25. Delivery/pick-up is on Monday, December 12.
Carihi offers free tutoring on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 - 4:00 pm in the Library. All Carihi students welcome.
Carihi is committed to providing a safe, respectful and challenging learning environment in which diversity is celebrated and individuals are encouraged to maximize their potential and become positive contributors to the social, cultural and economic fabric of society.