Aboriginal Role Model Program

Bringing Learners and Aboriginal Experts from a variety of fields together for Learning, in and out of the classroom
 

To get a better sense of SD52's Aboriginal  Role Model Program, please watch the video to the right. Spencer Greening speaks about his experience as an Aboriginal Role Model for School District 52 (Prince Rupert) and it's importance in the learning of our students.

Our Current Role Models:

Alex Campbell

Ts'msyen

Fluent Sm’algya̱x Speaker, Adaawx, Story Telling

Pearl Innes

Ts'msyen

Cedar & Chilkat Weaving

Charlie Carlick

Tahltan/Tlingit

Residential schools,
healthy living

Dr. Nicole Jamieson

Ts'msyen

Veterinary Medicine,
Wildlife Biology, Forestry
 

Cory Stephens

Nisga'a/Ts'msyen

Higher Education, Business and Entrepreneurship 

Devon Clifton

Ts'msyen/Nisga'a

Mask Dancing, Traditional songs and Dances

Fanny Nelson

Ts'msyen

Cedar Weaving

Spencer Greening

Ts'msyen

Clans and Crests, Traditions and Culture,  Trad/Contemp. Govt., Resource Manag.

Ben Spencer Sr.

Ts'msyen

Fluent Sm’algya̱x Speaker, Adaawx & Drum Making

Jason Watts

Nisga'a/Haida

Carving, Weaving & West Coast Art

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