Thanks teacher! This is a Cooperative Educational  Project, part of the Youth Employment Strategy. The program contains many different activities related to
art and business management. We organized exhibitions and participated to festivals. To commemorate the new millennium, we realized a ceramic
monumental mural:
Cree Nation United Leaders.
On November 2000, we started to operate a Shopping Gallery: to visit, click on the links down this page. You may read this article: A SUCCESS STORY.  
If you find something you would like to purchase, contact us at:
In June 2004, we went to Montreal and participated to our fifth First Peoples' Festival. We showed and sold the art pieces we made in class. This was
reported on Maamuitaau:
In 2002, 5 students were invited to the Waskaganish Education Conference by Mrs Gerti Murdoch to present a seminar about the WAF Program. This event
was reported in
The Learning Circle, Vol.6 No.1, Winter 2002.
We invite you to visit our Bio-Art Laboratory webpage.  March 2003, Biology 534 students came second at the Regional Aboriginal Science Fair with their
project: Inside the Womb-A Tribute to Leonardo Da Vinci.They used ceramic to create scientific models explaining the evolution of the embryo. We wish to
express our gratitude to M. Rodolphe Toussaint, from the Université du Québec à Trois Rivières for his help and support.
In January 2004, two circus trainers and Mr. Michel Legault, director of formation at L'Ecole de Cirque de Verdun, came to our school. Thanks to our
sponsers: Air Creebec, Air Inuit, the Kuujjuarapik Municipality, the COOP, the Northern Store and the Social Club.The circus team gave a five days
workshop. The objectif was to bring together the Cree and Inuit youth by using the circus spirit.

On Saturday, we presented a show at the Youth Centre. Thirty students from both communities took part. It was a great success. We want to thank Ms Emily
Masty, our Principal, Mrs Vera George, V.P and Mrs. Kitty Masty, our CEA for supporting this project. You can see three videos about this event on YouTube,
click on the 3 links down this page. This event was reported on the front page of Le Devoir news paper:, click
HERE to access.  
Bonjour, my name is Robert Savoie. I spent 12 years developing this program with the students. In August 2004, I was offered a new challenge and I had to
say good bye to Badabin Eeyou School. Click
HERE to see new projects. I wish to send my deepest regards to all those who supported  the WAF and to the
students I say: never give up what makes you unique, your culture. (
Click here for a french report )