Employment Opportunity: Assistant School Cook

Posted: September 21, 2021 Close: October 5, 2021
PEIGAN BOARD OF EDUCATION
Employment Opportunity: Assistant School Cook

Summary of Position

The Peigan Board of Education requires an Assistant Cook for PBOE’s Lunch Program. The assistant school cook will need to accurately and efficiently cook meats, vegetables, soups, and other hot food products as well as assist in preparation of cold food items. As part of the cooking process, daily tasks will be expected to be effectively completed in order to provide a healthy breakfast and lunch to the school population. This includes, but is not limited to, daily cleaning, kitchen organization, daily forms, storage, preparation, cooking and service of the daily planned meals.

Requirements:

  • Must possess Alberta Food Handling Certificate (updated every two years).
  • A minimum of 2 years of experience in kitchen preparation and cooking.
  • Must be able to communicate clearly with Principal, staff, students, and Head
    Cook.
  • Be able to reach, bend, stoop and frequently lift up to 40 pounds.
  • Be able to work in a standing position for long periods of time (up to 8 hours).
  • Must be able to prepare food for up to three hundred fifty people on a daily
    basis.
  • Must adhere to PBOE COVID-19 interim policies
  • Knowledge of Blackfoot Language & Culture

DEADLINE: Tuesday, October 5, 2021 by 4:00 p.m.
Submit Cover Letter, Resume, Copy Of Food Handlers Certificate And Safety Checks to:

PBOE HUMAN RESOURCES
lpard@piikani.ca
Peigan Board of Education
P.O. Box 130 Brocket, Alberta T0K 0H0
Phone: 403.965.3910 / Fax: 403.965.3713

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PBOE SCHOOLS WILL CONTINUE WITH  ON-LINE LEARNING SEPTEMBER 20 – OCTOBER 1, 2021

PUBLIC NOTICE

PBOE SCHOOLS WILL CONTINUE WITH  ON-LINE LEARNING SEPTEMBER 20 – OCTOBER 1, 2021
At-home learning packages will be delivered  Tuesday, Sept 21 and Tuesday, September 28.

PBOE SCHOOLS WILL REOPEN AS OF MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2021

COHORTS WILL BE IN EFFECT: K5 – GRADE 6 STUDENTS.

As Piikani Nation Covid19 cases remain high, PBOE is ensuring that all precautions are being taken to have students return safely to school.  PBOE will follow Alberta Education’s guideline to cohort K5-Grade 6 students.  Grades 7 – 12 will not be cohorting and will resume regular classes.  K4 will not be cohorting; classes will resume on a Monday to Thursday schedule.

A reminder: If your child/ren have one or more Covid symptoms (coughing, sneezing, fever, headaches, chills or other flu-like symptoms – please keep your child/ren at home until symptoms end. PBOE recommends that your child/ren also book an appointment for a Covid test. Any child/ren who attends school with these symptoms will be required to return home.

Wear a mask on the bus and at school.
Hand sanitize.
Keep our Piikani Nation safe.

In the event that PBOE Schools or Transportation is notified of a positive case in schools or on the bus, PBOE will determine whether operations will continue.

Please contact PNSS/NPES School Principals for  further information or check www.piikani.ca

Lisa Crowshoe – Superintendent
September 17, 2021

TRANSPORTATION REOPEN TO FORT MACLEOD AND PINCHER CREEK MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2021

PUBLIC NOTICE
TRANSPORTATION REOPEN TO FORT MACLEOD AND PINCHER CREEK
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2021
Buses will be operating to/from Pincher Creek and Fort Macleod.

As Piikani Nation Covid cases remain high, we highly recommend that children and families adhere to Covid protocols.

If your child/ren have one or more Covid symptoms (coughing, sneezing, fever, headaches, chills or other flu-like symptoms) please keep your child/ren at home until symptoms end. PBOE recommends that your child/ren also book an appointment for a Covid test.

Wear a mask on the bus and at school.
Hand sanitize.
Keep our Piikani Nation safe.

In the event that PBOE Transportation is notified of a positive case on the bus, PBOE will determine whether the bus will continue operation.

Lisa Crowshoe – Superintendent
Sept. 17, 2021

 

 

Welcome back survey!

Welcome back survey!

Oki, PBOE learning community.

At this time we are asking that you take 5minutes to complete the following survey. Your feedback is important to us as we continue to navigate through the trying times of COVID-19. If you are one of the following people: a student, parent, guardian, staff member or an elder. We highly encourage you to participate!

Please click to access survey:
https://www.Surveymonkey.Com/r/yg528gw

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PUBLIC NOTICE – September 8, 2021 School & Bus Closures

PUBLIC NOTICE – September 8, 2021 School & Bus Closures

Due to the increasing number of active Covid cases (including Variants of Concern) in Piikani Nation, PBOE has made the timely decision to close schools and busses. Schools and busses will not be operating the week of September 8, 9, 10, 2021 and September 13 -17, 2021

This includes busses to/from Pincher Creek and Fort Macleod. All Busses will not be operating.

PBOE will keep students/families informed as to the school and bus re-opening date.

Wear a mask. Practise physical distancing. Hand sanitize. Keep our Piikani Nation safe.

If your child/family is in need of supports, please contact your child’s School Principal or homeroom teacher. PBOE school contact information can be found at
www.piikani.ca

Lisa Crowshoe 09/08/2021

PBOE SCHOOLS CLOSED &  NO BUSSES TO NPES/PNSS SCHOOLS TUESDAY SEPT 7 – FRIDAY SEPT 10

PUBLIC NOTICE
Due to the increasing numbers of active Covid cases in  Piikani Nation and Alberta, PBOE SCHOOLS CLOSED &  NO BUSSES TO NPES/PNSS SCHOOLS TUESDAY SEPT 7 – FRIDAY SEPT 10

BUSSES WILL BE OPERATING TO  PINCHER CREEK AND FORT MACLEOD

TUESDAY – NO SCHOOL
WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY/FRIDAY – ONLINE LEARNING
Community Covid Testing:
Sunday Sept 5 (10-2) Covid Test Site (near arena)
Monday Sept 6 (6.45-8.15pm) Covid Test Site (near arena)

Aakom Kiyii Health Services Memo Covid-19 Testing

AAKOM-KIYII HEALTH SERVICES
1860-15 A VE PIIKANI NATION
PO BOX 3079, BROCKET, AB TOK OHO
(403) 965-3809 FAX: ( 403) 965-3328
COVID Response Team (P) 587-421-2002
Memo – Regarding Testing

As COVID activity and cases rise on Piikani Nation, the COVID Response Team is seeing an increase in demand for testing. Each member of the Nation is valued, first and foremost. However, we must apply a strategic approach to testing, and therefore, we recommend the following:

Symptomatic individuals:

  • Call in to book immediately

Symptoms include:

  • Sore Throat, Runny Nose, Cough, Shortness of Breath (upon no activity}, Fever
    (Greater than 38°), or Loss of smell and taste.

Close Contacts:

  • If you have been deemed a Close Contact to an Active case, we recommend booking a test
    48-72 hours after exposure to the case (unless symptomatic). If we test the same day of
    exposure, it is too early to detect the virus and thus is a potential waste and exhaustion of
    resources.

Students and PBOE staff:

  • We are inviting Students and PBOE staff (that do not/it into above categories} to attend our mass testing operation this Thursday, September 2, & Friday, September 3 at the Mulitpurpose (Hand Game Building) from 0930 am – 3:30pm.

Please, be patient with our team. We are here to serve Piikani Nation. It is an honor and privilege to work for Piikani membership. Therefore, we must apply this strategic approach to attempt to control the current rise of COVID activity.

Thank you, kindly
COVID Response Team

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NOTICE OF CORRECTION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 30, 2021

NOTICE OF CORRECTION

Dear PBOE parents,

Our earlier letter sent home with children today requires correction and clarification. The last paragraph of the letter reads, “Please contact Health Services to arrange for your child to receive a COVID test. Your child will be allowed to return upon receiving proof of two negative COVID test results.”

That statement ONLY pertains to kindergarten students who attend NPES and students who ride bus P2. This statement does NOT apply to your child/student who is in K4 or Grades 1 to 12. This statement does NOT apply to students who ride other busses. All unaffected classes and busses will remain operational.

PBOE apologizes for the error in communication.

PBOE has been and continues to work with Aakom-Kiyii Health services during this unprecedented time. Their COVID response team is actively responding to all positive cases within our community and we encourage all parents to cooperate and follow their recommendations for the safety of our children.

Thank you for your cooperation and patience.

Lisa Crowshoe – Superintendent

PEIGAN BOARD OF EDUCATION TRANSPORTATION – SCHOOL BUS DRIVER

PEIGAN BOARD OF EDUCATION TRANSPORTATION – SCHOOL BUS DRIVER

Overview

Peigan Board of Education is inviting applications for a School Bus Driver. The Peigan Board of Education is committed to delivering School Bus services in a way that earns the trust, respect and confidence of the Piikani community. A School Bus Driver is responsible for the safe, courteous, mature and professional transportation of Piikani Nation students to and from school.

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Aakom Kiyii Health Services Covid-19 Response Team – BACK TO SCHOOL SAFELY

Aakom Kiyii Health Services Covid-19 Response Team – BACK TO SCHOOL SAFELY

For all children and families attending Piikani Secondary School & Napi’s Playground Elementary School. Bring your Alberta Health Care Card.

SEPTEMBER 2ND and 3RD
Time: 9:30am – 3:00pm
Brocket Community Hall

If your child attends school off the nation a needs to be tested earlier, please call the (587)-421-2002 to register for Ausust 26 & 27

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