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Back to school feels like ‘a gamble’ for Manitoba First Nations parent – CBC

Aug 21, 2020

Manitoba First Nations School System leaving decision to have in-person classes up to communities

Like many other parents in Manitoba, the thought of sending her children back to school makes Brenda Greyeyes anxious.

“I feel like it’s a gamble sending the kids back, especially with our [COVID] numbers spiking in the province. But as a parent, I really want them to have that structure and obviously the education. So I’m kind of torn,” she said.

Greyeyes is a mother of three boys and lives in Brokenhead Ojibway Nation, 70 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg.

This year, her two younger sons will be going into Grades 7 and 8 at Sergeant Tommy Prince School in the community, while her oldest will be going into Grade 12 in the nearby city of Selkirk.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/manitoba-first-nations-schools-reopening-1.5694336