Hector Thiboutot Community School is dedicated to the safety, respect, cultural education, and the academic achievement of all students.
As a school we promote the 3 As as a foundation of success for our students: Attendance, Attitude, and Academics.
Hector Thiboutot Community School serves a largely Indigenous community population of Woodland Cree and Metis peoples. Our school offers Cree education and we are dedicated to embracing Cree/Indigenous culture and language within the school and in our classrooms. We as a school and teaching team, are working to reconcile Indigenous culture & knowledge, with our teaching and learning practices.
It is important that our students be provided with diverse learning experiences and have an opportunity to engage with the community and the environment. Sandy Bay and Treaty 10 land, offers important learning experiences for our students and an opportunity to engage with the past and present knowledge.
Our students love to participate in sports activities, events, and play on teams. HTC students are often found playing basketball, hockey, and baseball. Some of our HTC students had the opportunity to play basketball for Team Saskatchewan at the summer NAIG: North American Indigneous Games, in Toronto, Ontario. We are very proud of them!
As a school, we promote a balanced learning experience for our students by offering various after school activities and utilizing our school gym for school and community events.
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