First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI)

Chief and Council

Every year Mrs. Breaker chooses FNMI students for SHS Chief & Council.  Teachers can nominate FNMI students.  These students would benefit from an experience of a leadership position. Students will present to a selection committee.

SHS FNMI Representative

2023 Miss SHS Princess - Tia Wolfleg
Another Strathmore High School Princess Pageant is in the books! The candidates were Tia Wolfleg, Lessia Breaker and Eliana Breaker.  All candidates have a bright future ahead of them and I know they will pave the way for more young ladies to take on a leadership role. Congratulations!

"Rock Your Moccs"

SHS celebrates "Rock Your Mocc's".  Everyone is encouraged to help us celebrate and honor FNMI culture by wearing your moccasins, mukluks or slippers on Friday, November 18th.  Rock your Mocc's was first introduced in 2011 as a way to celebrate the awareness of Indigenous people worldwide.

Standing together, recognizing our first nation individuality and honoring our ancestors who's footseps we follow everyday.

Grad Pow-Wow

Grad Pow-wow is open to anyone who would like to attend.  Mrs. Breaker and the SHS FNMI students spend a large part of the year preparing for this amazing event.  It is a night full of amazing culture, beautiful dancers and awesome drum groups.  Pow-wows are a time to share and showcase First Nation culture and supporting SHS graduating students!

An annual fundraiser for this event is the Taco Sale.

Treaty 7 Commemoration of Signing

On September 22, 2021 it was the 144 anniversary of the signing of Treaty 7.  This day is a day to educate students of facts that have been an outcome for the last 144 years.  Mrs. Breaker made a brief presentation for students to learn about what has happened since.  

Treaty 7 Commemoration