The Post-Secondary Education Unit is responsible for ensuring that Birdtail Sioux band members are empowered with the skillsets and knowledge bases necessary for the creation of a strong, healthy, proud, and self-reliant community. The participation and subsequent completion of an accredited post-secondary education program, increases the employability of participants, cultivates individual capacity, and provides economic stimulus for the community.
FPDI – Indigenous Skills Employment & Training (ISET)
The Indigenous Skills and Employment Training (ISET) Program is designed to help community members improve their skills and find employment.
(204) 568-4540, ext. 6
Frontier School Division runs the adult education program that aims to provide quality education for adult learners to develop the skills, knowledge and attitude essential for their successful participation in society.
There is a wide selection of courses to help participants upgrade or obtain their Mature Student High School Diploma and other educational goals.
Jeff Reddy, Adult Education Teacher
Chan Kagha Otina Dakota Wayawa Tipi School – Frontier School Division
Birdtail Sioux and Frontier School Division partner to deliver quality and inclusive education for the students of Chan Kagha Otina Dakota Wayawa Tipi school. On December 11, 2018, Chief and Council renewed their Education Agreement to enable the continuation of their 10 year partnership.
The school ranges from Kindergarten to Grade 12 and is dedicated to student-centered programming that promotes academic excellence and exposes students to the Dakota Language, Culture and Land-Based activities.
General Phone Line: (204) 568-4757
Bernice Ledoux, Principal
Box 40, Beulah, Manitoba, R0M 0B0