Empowering Today’s Youth for Tomorrow’s Future
Our vision is to empower today’s youth for a meaningful and contributing life for the betterment of self and Tataskweyak Cree Nation.
In September of 1990, the Split Lake Cree First Nation assumed control over education at Split Lake Cree First Nation by agreement with the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs.
This step was in conjunction with the position taken by the National Indian Brotherhood in 1972 and the Manitoba Chiefs of Education in 1971, titled Wabung – Our Tomorrows.
The Tataskweyak Education Authority believes the children of Tataskweyak Cree Nation are entitled to programs and services designed to meet their social, cultural, and academic needs.
Such program and services need to be diverse to accommodate the wide range of interests, talents and capabilities.
The Education Services Of The Tataskweyak Cree Nation Shall Be Adapted, Where Necessary, To Maximize The Educational Growth Of All Students.
Director of Education
Finance Management Officer
Assistant Finance Management Officer
Michael P. Garson
Tataskweyak Education Authority
P.O Box. 70
Split Lake, Manitoba R0B 1P0
Using an integrated approach, ASETS will link your training needs to labour market demands, providing you with training or skills upgrading and with help finding a job.
All Indigenous people, regardless of status or location, may access its programs and services, which include:
training for high-demand jobs;
programs for youth;
programs for urban and Indigenous people with disabilities;
access to child care.