Kenädän Ku - Kwanlin Dün First Nations House of Learning
5 O’Brien Place
CELCs work with students, parents/guardians, and the school staff to achieve student success. The CELCs organize cultural activities, culture camps, Elders tea, on-the-land learning, and literacy activities to keep the students leaning in more ways than in the classroom. The CELCs also provide support and resources as students graduate and transition into high school.
Tutoring services are provided at Kenädän Ku for all subjects and are available on weekdays. Tutors are trained to determine the best way each student learns and helps them to achieve their goals.
Literacy programming is also available during school holidays and during summer break for continued learning.
For more information on the tutoring program and registering: Click here to view the tutoring program poster.
For the permission slip for the tutoring program: Click Here.
The Kenädän Ku foyer computer is available to KDFN citizens during weekday office hours
(8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) Students can use this computer for homework assignments and research. The computer lab is also available for students involved in tutoring and other programs.
Starting October 2016 the KDFN Education department, in partnership with the Yukon Literacy Coalition hosts a free drop-in literacy program. This program encourages students in grades 3,4, and 5 to enhance their reading and writing skills. Literacy drop-in nights will be Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. at Kenädän Ku.
For more information on the program Click here.
To fill out a permission form Click Here.
The School Crossing Guard ensures students and parents/guardians cross the road to Elijah Smith School safely before school, after school and at lunch time.