FNMI Education

First Nations Métis and Inuit Education (FNMI)

The First Nation, Metis and Inuit program looks to bridge the gap between native and non-native learning success while respecting native culture and history. In agreement with Alberta Education, each FNMI student and their parent(s) or guardian(s) will be asked to sign a declaration of FNMI status so that Alberta Education may monitor the number of FNMI students throughout MHSD and the province of Alberta. When a student self-identifies as FNMI and returns the signed declaration to the school, he or she will be connected with a FNMI Liaison Worker.

FNMI Program Vision Statement
*The First Nations, Métis and Inuit Program is designed to improve the future of FNMI students’ academic and personal success. The team meets with students on a regular basis during school hours to support their social and academic needs as follows:

  • include discussion of post-secondary and career planning
  • establish a caring and trusting relationship with FNMI students and their families
  • improve interaction between students, parents, and schools
  • increase the knowledge and understanding of FNMI history, Treaty and Aboriginal rights, lands, cultures and languages through classroom presentations
  • provide referral services for FNMI students and families to appropriate agencies

FNMI Education Coordinator

Darrell Willier

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Coordinator
Phone: 403.528.6988
darrell.willier@sd76.ab.ca

FNMI Support Workers

Shirley Boomer
First Nations, Métis and Inuit Support Worker
Phone: 403.526.3246

shirley.boomer@sd76.ab.ca

Morgan Muir
First Nations, Métis and Inuit Support Worker
Phone: 
morgan.muir@sd76.ab.ca


Shirley, Darrell, Morgan
Left to Right: Shirley Boomer, Darrell Willier, Morgan Muir


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