Jan 10 2022

First day of school in 2022! Be safe!

Peguis Central School Re-opening Plans

- Jan. 5, 2022

In consultation with the Public Health, Peguis Pandemic Team and Chief and Council, all in-school classes at Peguis Central School are suspended until Monday, January 31, 2022. This decision is made out of an abundance of caution due to the rise of positive cases of Covid-19 within Peguis and throughout the province.

Plans are being made by the Administration to address the educational needs of our students. Staff will be notified by their supervisor with plans to return to work and ways of delivering remote learning for our students. Teachers will make contact with parents/students within the next week as we transition into remote delivery of educational services.

We understand the need to protect our children and community from this highly contagious strain of Covid-19. We will continue to support working together in order to maintain the health and wellness of all community members.

During this time, it is recommended that community members remain diligent in combatting Covid-19 through hand washing, mask wearing and social distancing. Please limit your contacts and remain in your family bubble to eliminate potential exposure.

This extended closure will be reviewed periodically by the pandemic team and information will be forwarded through the Band website.

Yours in Education,
Carrie Sutherland
Education Director


Monday, September 06, 2021
The following safety measures are being taken at school and buses. Please respect the rules so that we can all be safe.
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Posted Sept. 29, 2021 By James Wastasecoot Peguis School held its fall pow wow “Ambe, Nimiidaa – Come and Dance” on the grounds behind Peguis Central today. On the eve of the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Chief Glenn Hudson said: “It is so important for us being a nation, Peguis being one of the lead nations, we have many people who went to residential school at 5 or 6 of the main schools. There’s still a lot of work that remains undone in terms of that truth and reconciliation.” He reminded the gathering that although approximately 170,000 former students have been compensated, thousands more who were sent to attend schools at hospitals, provincial schools, private residences were not, and are still seeking justice.