Welcome to Helen Betty Osborne Ininiw Education Resource Centre. The site is designed to be a resource for both students and staff and to promote school programs. It is also designed to be a place where parents can locate important information and resources to help them in the educational process. Our school is N-12 with a student enrollment of approximately 1400. Enjoy the site and remember to keep coming back for updates!
The students and staff of HBOIERC are proud to congratulate 3 of our very own educators for their tremendous contribution to Physical and Health Education in Norway House and the province of Manitoba and for receiving awards in recognition for their service. Click on a photo or on the blue header to learn more.
HBOIERC Orange Shirt Day
Helen Betty Osborne Ininiw Education Resource Centre honour and remember those who went to residential schools. Every Child Matters - Kahkinow Awasisak Akisowak
Today one of our staff members, Doug Braden, provided and collected tobacco ties to place in the sacred fire he lit at his home.
You hold the tobacco tie in your left hand (the hand closest to your heart) and when you pray, you are putting your prayers into the tobacco. Then, the tobacco tie is placed in a sacred fire and your prayers rise to the Creator in the tobacco smoke.
First Day of School Rockin' the Ribbons
Some of the teachers of HBOEIRC decided that they would celebrate our students first day back to school by wearing traditional ribbon skirts and ribbon shirts. We are proud to be ininiw and take pride in who we are as Cree people. We celebrate our way of life!!
Helen “Betty” Osborne July 16, 1952 to November 13, 1971
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During this time of isolating and distancing, it can be very easy to feel as if you are alone with your emotions, and dealing with the stresses that comes with coping with this global pandemic. This is why now more than ever, it is so important to come together and support each other. From our principals, teachers, resource, and educational assistants, to our secretaries, custodians, kitchen staff, bus drivers, maintenance staff, security, librarians, counsellors and most importantly our students, WE ARE ALL HUSKIES, and we are no doubt, in this TOGETHER. Remember HBOIERC CARES!!
This section of out website offers both parents and students a location where you can link to teachers through email and where you can view teacher made pages. Not all teachers have made their own pages, but more and more are creating sites that contain specific course material. Please check it out.
Learning from Home - Ed - Sites
Teachers and parents are now looking for online content that will help the students to continue with the education process. We understand that not all students have internet access, but for those that do, the following site provides tons of links. The web resources are broken down by course. If you know of other websites that should be added to this page, please go to the contact page and send the link. During this difficult time we must not give up on finding different ways of learning. Enjoy!
Grade 3E of HBOIERC are learning about soils and the environment. They had the chance of digging up fresh vegetables, potatoes, beets and carrots. The digging and getting our hands dirty was so fun and exciting! They are very thankful and were humbled to take home for supper and for Thanksgiving! The next morning they said the potatoes were very delicious! Happy Thanksgiving from Grade 3’s.
Helen Betty Osborne Ininiw Educational Resource Center CARES, we care about you, the students. We care about you, the parents. We care about you, our staff, and we care about the mental well-being of our beautiful community. We want to end the stigma surrounding mental health, and encourage you to go see our school counsellors, if the need arises. Our school has four counsellors, Sandra Hart, Violet Poker, Gem Robinson (York), Robert Meadus, and the Mental Wellness Worker Celena Keeper. They are here to provide you with, support, guidance, and are ready and waiting with an open heart and an open mind. Everyone at some point in their lives needs help with something, and it’s alright to admit that. We are here to help you deal with the stresses of school, home, and community life. We encourage you and your families to be more open and begin or continue communicating in an effort to live a happy and productive life. Together, we can help the youth and their families that struggle with mental health. Please remember HBOIERC CARES!