Honest is speaking and acting truthfully, and thereby remaining morally upright.

The Sabe represents honesty because it is closer to the Creator than to humans.  It is believed that the Sabe used to walk among humans to remind us of the Creator's wish for us to remain true to our natural forms.

Actions such as being true to our spirit and accepting who we are will guide us in being honest.

Native people believe in the existence of the Sabe and honour it with acceptance and respect.


Ms. Tania Gould and the students of grades Primary to five would like to thank their parents/guardians/family members who were able to attend their Elementary Mi'kmaw Language Pitewey/Tea Social.  We hope you enjoyed (and learned) from us when we spoke our language, played some games and entertained you.  We also hoped you enjoyed your beverage and the Pkwiman/Blueberry cake.


LSK received a generous gift today in the form of $1,000.  The bestowment has been requested to be used to enhance the fine arts with a focus on supplies and instructors.  We gratefully accept this anonymous donation.

Watch your amazing children in action as they learn many new fields of science including Big Data, Animation, 3D Modeling, Artificial Intelligence and more through a ground breaking new Mi'kmaq led initiative! Watch Digital Mi’kmaq’s videos here:

Thank you,
Ms. Kelly Oliver
LSK Principal

Hey Everyone!

The LSK Science fair is done for another year. THANK you so much to everyone who helped out in whatever way they did. From judging to coming to visit, to supporting the students during the awards, THANK YOU!

Helena, Tab, Raylene, Mackie, Greg, Steve, Meredith, Nikki – thank you for judging!
Tania – thanks for bringing the littles you had during the afternoon in to see the projects. That’s how we get students interested!
Sheila – thanks for letting me bombard your computer yesterday
Ginger – thanks for taking care of the prize money
Anita and George – thanks for getting the cafeteria ready and cleaning up afterwards
Kelsey, Trish, Linda and Charlene – thanks for making lunches in the classroom happen – makes it so much easier to use the cafeteria
Autumn, Norma and Tasha – so many grade 7-9 projects would not have happened without you.
Doreen and Shannon – thanks for keeping an eye on the grade 4-6 kids in the cafeteria during the Science Fair
Tie – thanks for working so hard with Mason so that he feels part of the action

And if I missed anyone, I apologize. FYI the winners are as follows:

Grade 4 - 1st Place – Israel Glasgow and Aleah Francis; 2nd place – Jocelyn Augustine and Kashawanda Gould; 3rd place (Tie) – Rory Brooks and Fiercen White AND Malaki Maloney and Cruz Julian

Grade 5/6 – 1st place – Camden Maloney; 2nd place – Dora Masty; 3rd place – Kingston Augustine

Grade 7-9 – 1st place – Rebeka Julian; 2nd place – Carly Brooks; 3rd place – Eugene Obomsawin

Best Visual Display: Cole McDonald

Best Technological/Environmental – Eugene Obomosawin

Best Overall Project – Camden Maloney

MK Science Fair is happening next week. I will forward a list of students who will be attending that on Monday for attendance purposes.

Thank you, Erika Hilchey

Regular Attendance is one of the best ways to help ensure students are successful in school and later in life. It can lead to better grades, developing important social skills and friendships, and a greater opportunity of graduating from high school.

When attending school regularly, students are present for class discussions, demonstrations, group work, hands-on activities, etc.  There are among the most affective ways for students to learn.

Then number of absenteeism tell us that schools and families need to work together, more closely, to ensure students have good attendance and are on time for class.

Regular attendance starts at the elementary level so that students receive the instructional time necessary to develp basic skills which are the bulding blocks for furture learning.


On Tuesday, February 26th, Former NHL hockey player Theo Fleury came to our school to speak about his life experience and message of hope in his workshop "Reflections on Healing and Trauma, a One-Day Conversation". Mr. Fleury addressed the students in grades 7 to 12 about his personal trauma, past life of alcoholism and drug addictions. Members from the RCMP, elders, children services and other support people were on hand to offer support to those who were affected by the blunt conversation.

Students in grade two completed their "Clan" animals using their last names of either their parents or grandparents.

On April 12th, staff and students wore jerseys to honour the Humboldt's hockey team/staff.

The Grade One class was inspired by the story of Residential School Survivor, Magit Sylliboy and her rag doll.


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