Welcome! Aniin! Tansi! Greetings!

Southeast Collegiate is the only school of its kind in all of Canada. It serves as a campus to First Nations students during the school year – educating them in a beautiful school facility and housing them in the adjoining lodge.

Since 1995, SEC has proudly watched over 500 students graduate from its halls.

This year, Southeast Collegiate officially welcomed students into its new, state-of-the-art school in Winnipeg, Manitoba – just a few steps away from its original home.

The new school can accept up to 156 First Nations youth from communities throughout Manitoba looking for the best opportunity to graduate high school.

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April 22, 2020

I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe considering the unfortunate circumstances we have found ourselves in and hope each and every one of you are doing your part to help stop the spread.

I know that things have been rough and that many of us did not expect what happened to happen, so I’m writing to you today to remind you to not be discouraged and continue to work hard.

Although I have to admit it was a heavy blow to be told we were coming home , to me it meant that all the work I’ve put in would be halted.

It was hard to accept what was happening but I knew I had to accept it regardless of what I may have wanted, this holds especially true for the graduates, but I’m here to say that it’s alright and let me tell you why.

Everyone single one of us had some kind of goal this year, whether that goal was getting better grades, learning to dance, graduating, or even becoming a better leader.

But those goals have been put on hold. Though our work has been halted it doesn’t mean our goals are out of reach, not by a mile.

To me this means that when the day of our goals finally being realized comes to be, it will be all the more sweet and well worth the wait.

This means it’s up to us to see it through. So work hard and make sure you are keeping up to date with your assignments!

Now is not the time to slack but rather to persevere through, to prove to Southeast that you can put in the time and do the work, and to prove to yourself that you can shape your own future. It is the time we must all come together and support one another!

Also to the grads, our time to walk on that stage will come so hold your heads high and persevere forward. We will be stronger for it.

So as I leave you with these words to ponder it is my hope that you take this experience and use it to grow.

Goodbye, good day, and stay safe.

Yours truly,

Your Southeast Collegiate Student Council President,

Ryan Ross

 
 
 
 
 
April 08, 2020 School Update
 
Contacts for Students :
 
Miss K skozakewichsec@gmail.com
Mr. Waterston secpowermechanics@gmail.com
Ms. Bezdek msbmathhelp@gmail.com as well as a website she created https://ms-b-math.weebly.com/
Mr. Brown secscience314@gmail.com
Mr. Strong kstrongsec@gmail.com
Ms. Toews toewsmrs@gmail.com Post Secondary students ( Grads) she is here to help you
Ms. Wilgosh Twilgoshsoutheast@gmail.com
Ms. Nepinak nepinaksoutheast@gmail.com
Mr. Laramee slarameesec@gmail.com
Mr. Shead mrsheadsec@gmail.com
Ms. Ouskin Trinaouskun@gmail.com
 
Educational Assistants
Josh josh.thompson.sec.ea@gmail.com
Rensie Rensiegislason9@gmail.com
Rita ritzdasilva0@gmail.com

Life Skills
Molly mollysoutheast@gmail.com
Greg gregsoutheast@gmail.com
 

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As we prepare for our 2020/2021 school year student selection, we are looking at students who have chosen not to submit any homework to increase their failing marks.

These students will NOT be welcomed back to SEC in September. As you have chosen not to do your homework and not reach out to the resources and teacher help that have been provided to you. These are not qualities of a student that should attend SEC.

It is not too late to turn it around! Homework is due JUNE 12! There is still time. Please contact your teachers!

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Hello Amazing Graduates of SEC!

As we start to prepare our final newsletter of the year, we think that it would be a fantastic idea for you all to leave SEC with an encouraging word behind for all your fellow students as we send you off.

We know this is not how we planned this year’s graduation year, but think of the resilience that you and your fellow students have had to endure by working from your communities to finish the year off.

I think that this added challenge has made this year’s graduating class, a class that will be the talk of many years to come. What would you like to be remembered for? What words do you want to use to express your challenges?
What does the next year mean for you?

We want to hear from you. Email us at secinfo@sec.education

We want to celebrate your successes!!!!
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All student belongings are now on a pick-up only basis.

If you haven't made previous arrangements and would like to pick up your students items you can call us at 204-261-3551 ext 310 and leave a message and we will call you back OR email secinfo@sec.education

Thank you,
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