Ha7lh Skwayel families,
Squamish Nation Parents K-12, we hope you and your families are all safe and well during this time. The Advocacy, Support & Assessment (ASA) team has been connecting with the schools and are currently looking for ways the Squamish Nation can help support our students. Please keep an eye on Squamish Nation’s Facebook page and website and the Advocates FB group page, for updates from our team.
All school districts and independent schools have advised the Squamish Nation that our ASA team should direct parents and guardians to reach out to their child’s school principal or teacher to see how their program will be delivered. Each district/independent school has been a little different with their instructional planning. Some may provide electronic support and some may provide hard copy learning packages. This may also vary depending on the age of the student, with younger grades doing more hard copy work than electronic work.
Once you have contacted the school or teacher, and if you find that you require support, please connect with the ASA team SN_ASA@squamish.net and we will work with you and the school to implement an education plan.
Please note that we are a small team of two advocates for kindergarten to grade 12, we are committed to providing support to each of our students in the best way possible, but due to the volume of emails, our replies may not be as timely as we would like them.
Thank you, take care,
Huy chewx a, we chewx yu.
Elementary School Advocate
“Squamish Nation Elementary School Student Advocate”
High School Advocate
“Squamish Nation High School Student Advocate”
Manager & Post-secondary Advocate