Sachigo Lake is a proud Oji-Cree First Nation. We are a dynamic and innovative community, always looking for new opportunities for economic development and learning. We have a beautiful school and work hard to create a positive learning environment for our children.
The Teacher is responsible for ensuring that each child has an opportunity to reach his/her maximum potential through the creation and implementation of suitable programs and teaching styles to meet individual student needs. The Teacher will treat all students in a fair and equitable manner.
Under the direction of the LEA, with the support of WEA, and the supervision of the Principal the Teacher will:
Hold teaching the students as the first and most important responsibility
Encourage students to reach their highest level of individual development by taking into account individual needs, interests and abilities
Help each student develop a positive self-image, a sense of belonging, and a good attitude to her/his school experience
Be as objective as possible when discussing controversial issues such as religion, politics, and race.
Be sensitive toward and make a sincere attempt to promote and improve understanding of First Nation culture, values and language
Utilize suitable learning materials for students being: home schooled, out on the trap-lines, or absent from school for extended periods
Maintain order and discipline in the classroom and on school premises according to school philosophy and policy
Cooperate with the Principal, colleagues and the LEA in assisting in curriculum adaption
Prepare curriculum year plans with goals and objectives for the program and student learning goals to be kept on file in the principal office
Prepare daily plans of all class activities, conduct the class according to the class time table and make the timetable available upon request to the Principal, students and parents/guardians
In order to avoid problems in case of teacher absence or illness, prepare daily plans three days in advance, or complete a three day outline of activities that a substitute teacher could use to conduct the class.
Interested candidates must send their:
1. Cover Letter
3. (3) References
4. Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check
5. Proof of OCT is required.
We thank you for your application and interest at this time, however, only those with complete documents will be considered.
Windigo Education Hiring Committee
Windigo First Nations Council
P.O. Box 299
160 Alcona Drive
Sioux Lookout, ON. P8T 1A3
PH: (519) 466-3462