Homework Club

Our Homework Club is a supportive and culturally relevant educational initiative designed to holistically support students in their overall growth and academic development. The club functions as a safe and inclusive space where students have access to nutrition, can gather to work on their homework, receive tutoring, and engage in collaborative group activities including traditional language learning. The goal is to enhance educational outcomes for Indigenous students by providing a nurturing environment that combines academic assistance with cultural enrichment and community connection.

Homework Club is drop-in and occurs on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3:00pm - 4:30pm. 

*Please Note: Homework Club does not run during the summer months* 

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Summer Camp

Esquimalt Nation will run a summer camp for all community members, aged K - 12, during the summer months. Pre-registration will be required. All additional information will be posted nearing the end of the preceding school year. 

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School Bus Schedule

The Esquimalt Nation School Bus Schedule is in effect during the school year from Monday - Friday. There are 2 bus runs every morning that can be accessed by community members.

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Language Class

Please join the language team every Monday from 5:15pm-6:15pm to learn the Lekwungen Language. 

The primary goal of our language classes is to empower members with the knowledge and skills needed to reclaim, learn, and pass on their ancestral language to future generations. The class fosters a sense of cultural identity and community connection, creating a supportive environment for learners to actively contribute to the revival of Lekwungen.

The language team is comprised of:

Dr. Elmer George, Language Expert

Andrew Cienski, Language Revitalization Specialist

Angelica Thomas, Language Assistant 

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