NOTE: Educators working within the NWTTA Regions of Fort Smith and South Slave operate under the direction of the Northwest Territories’ South Slave Divisional Education Council, with the exception of NWTTA members in the South Slave who work at École Boréale in Hay River. École Boréale teachers and administrators are employed by the Yellowknife-based GNWT Franchophone Divisional Education Council (DEC) - commission scolaire francophone des Territoires du Nord-Ouest (CSF, TNO). This DEC is not recognized as an individual NWTTA Region. For more information about CSF, TNO visit: www.csftno.com
Located in Fort Smith, NT, the Northwest Territories’ (NWT) South Slave Divisional Education Council (SSDEC) administers K-12 education in eight schools located within this NWT region’s five communities, which includes the NWTTA Region of Fort Smith.
In total, the SSDEC, (NWTTA regions of Fort Smith and South Slave) serves close to 1,500 students. NWTTA members who teach for the SSDEC include teachers and school administrators. These members are governed under a collective agreement with Government of the Northwest Territories.
South Slave Divisional Education Council P.O. Box 510 Fort Smith, NT, Canada X0E 0P0 Telephone: (867) 872-5701; Fax: (867) 872-2150 Website: ssdec.nt.ca
Fort Resolution, NT – Population 499
Deninu School(K-12) – 12 NWTTA Members
Address: General Delivery; X0E 0M0
Hay River, NT – Population 3,831
Diamond Jenness Secondary School (8-12) – 28 NWTTA Members
Address: 58 Woodland Drive; X0E 0R8
Harry Camsell Elementary School (K-3) – 13 NWTTA Members
Address: 54 Woodland Drive; X0E 0R8
Princess Alexandra School (4-7) – 13 NWTTA Members
Address: 56 Woodland Drive; X0E 0R8
Hay River, NT - K'atl'odehche First Nation – Population 322
Chief Sunrise Education Centre (K-12) – 9 NWTTA Members
Address: P.O. Box 3055; X0E 0R8
Lutselk’e, NT – Population 349
Lutsel K'e Dene School (K-10) – 10 NWTTA Members
Address: P.O. Box 80; X0E 1A0
NOTE: This map identifies the eight NWTTA Regions within the Northwest Territories. These differ from regions for the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) Divisional Education Councils (DECs)/School Boards.