This presentation shares the history behind this fun game and allows students a chance to try this guessing game.


This presentation speaks to the various types of canoes & paddles and when they were used, the protocols surrounding canoe racing, and how to properly handle the canoe and paddles.

Cultural Nights

Please use the following form to sign up for our monthly SD78 Indigenous Education Cultural evenings. Family oriented cultural evenings will be held in Hope at the CE Barry Indigenous Learning portable (444 Queen Street) or in Agassiz at the Kent Elementary Indigenous Ed portable (7285 McCullough Rd). The evening goes from 4:00 PM to 7:00PM and includes a light dinner. Students age 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.


Students will be taught about the medicine of songs, where songs come from, the components of the drum and drumstick, and the protocols behind using a drum.…

Rock Painting

This presentation will touch on pictographs, showing examples, sharing their meanings and providing an option for students to create a pictograph on a rock that they may keep.…


This presentation will tell the origin story of Xepa:y (The Cedar Tree), and how the Sto:lo (People of the River) to this day utilize every portion of the tree.…

Paddle Necklace

This presentation will speak to the importance of the cedar paddle, share teachings and protocols regarding paddling and allow students to create their own mini-paddle necklace.…