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Nursery - Grade 8

Saulteaux Heritage School is a nursery to grade 9 school situated in the core area of Saulteaux First Nation # 159 reserve and is located 30 kilometers north of North Battleford on highway # 4. We have approximately 100 students enrolled with a professional staff of 22 teachers.

FishSaulteaux School was built in two phases. The elementary wing was completed approximately 25 years ago in 1982 for Nursery to Grade 8 students. We have a very adequate industrial arts lab, science lab, library, kitchen servery and multi-purpose room.

The school grounds are well equipped with outdoor play centers, swings, football/soccer pitch, and basketball courts. The school is also located in near proximity to the community arena. The arena is equipped for artificial ice.

The mandate of Saulteaux Heritage School is to build with pride on the cultural uniqueness of every student. The students must develop their full potential, academically, physically and socially so they can claim their rightful place in society. While insisting on high academic standards, a prominent place will be given to physical health and well being and to the development of good citizenship and good values.

The children must develop pride in their cultural origins and values so that they may live with integrity, developing respect for themselves and for all who walk the same path. Saulteaux Heritage School is committed to being a safe and happy place where academic and personal development will go hand in hand.

Mission Statement:
Our mission at Saulteaux Heritage school is to create a strong, caring environment for all children. We will provide opportunities for students:

  • To develop physical, mental, emotional, and social skills which will enable them to meet the challenges of their life long journeys
  • To become aware of their ancestral language, wisdom, belief system, customs, relationship to people and environment, and the reasons for these relationships historically, spiritually, and traditionally
  • To strengthen and harness their power and strengths, and return to their most precious values based on traditional learnings.

Sauteaux Heritage School
2013-2014 Updated: September.16, 2016

  Last First Phone Cell
Education Portfolio Moccasin Ricky 386-2067  306-481-4094
Principal Night Audrey 386-2727
Admin Assistant Moccasin Olivia 386-2727  
Bus Driver Night Johnny 386-2587 306-441-8499
Bus Driver Gopher Rod 386-2020 306-481-5384
Post Secondary Gardypie Wendy 386-2066 306-480-8105