Celebrate our school, 30 years in the making.
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Seabird Island Community School’s traditional name is Lalme’ Iwesawtexw.
Seabird Island Community School is a Group One K-12 Independent school located 1 km from Agassiz on the beautiful Fraser River 120 km east of Vancouver. We have an expected student enrollment of 185 students housed in the main school (K-8) and in an adjacent high school.
Lalme’ Iwesawtexw is a place to learn many skills. We are many nations, but we proclaim one goal to strengthen our pride, our language, our culture and our freedom.
TEACHING STAFF LIST 2022-2023
Staff Names – Teaching Assignment/Position
Barbara White – Principal/Model Schools Literacy
Steve Beier – Vice-Principal/Career Education
Dianna Kay – Language Development/ Halq’eméylem
Diana Charlie – Halq’eméylem Instructor
Charlene Thomas – Halq’eméylem Instructor
Emerald John – Halq’eméylem Teacher
Jennifer Nielsen – (K4) Junior Kindergarten Teacher
Jennifer Nielsen – Senior Kindergarten Teacher
Dean Lucas – Grade 1 Teacher
Colleen Marchant – Grade 2 Teacher
Hannah Hughes – Grade 3 Teacher
Alex Rohani – Grade 4 Teacher/Teacher in Charge
Sheila Johnson – Grade 5 Teacher
Jennifer Scott – Grade 6 Teacher
Shane Douglas – Grade 7 Teacher
Beatrice Stewart – Cultural Arts teacher K – 6
Natasha Jollymour – Grade 11 homeroom, HS Science
Greg Draguzet – Grade 8 homeroom, HS Math
Mark Bui – Grade 10 homeroom, HS Social Studies
Victoria Serafini – Grade 9 homeroom, HS English
Tija Finch – Grade 12 homeroom & HS LA
Norman Galis – P.H.E. Teacher K-12 & Electives
Jeanette Donald – In-House TOC & Recovery SEP Support
Roseanne Shippelt – K-12 Music Teacher & Electives
Karla Kay – Librarian/land-based learning
2821 Chowat Road,
Agassiz BC, V0M 1A0
Weekdays 7:45am – 4:00pm
Closed on all statutory holidays
This is a video on explaining
the school’s purpose and origin.
This is a music video/song project
that a group of students worked on.
This is a video showing and
talking about the friendship bench project.