Sergeant Tommy Prince School


Sergeant Tommy Prince School is a safe, nurturing community place that provides every student with opportunities to grow, develop, and succeed as an independent learner through meaningful learning life experiences in respect to our Ojibway heritage.


The Brokenhead Ojibway Nation Chief and Council entered into a Three Party Delegation Agreement with Canada and the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre on December 6, 2016. The agreement delegated responsibility for the operation of the Sergeant Tommy Prince School to the Manitoba First Nations School System.

The Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre (MFNERC) entered into a five year agreement with Canada to establish and begin operations of the Manitoba First Nations School System on July 1, 2017. 

Land Based activities are on-going every day over the school year.  Pictures have been shared on social media so that community can see activities students are involved in.  During the pandemic, the school has followed all health and safety protocols and will continue to do so until we have reached a satisfactory level of safety.  The school and buses are sanitized and fogged daily.  Students and staff stay in cohorts throughout the day and have staggered breaks and recesses. 

A breakfast and a supplement to student lunches are provided for all students.   The school has improved technology areas by upgrading the internet system, purchasing new laptops and smartboards.  The MFNSS has purchased the Dadavan Student Information System for its member schools. 

P.O. Box 179
Scanterbury, MB
R0E 1W0Map
Phone: (204) 766-2636
Fax: (204) 766-2809
Student Enrollment: 90
Grades: N-9
Email(s): [email protected][email protected]
Principal(s): Rhonda Michaud
Vice-Principal(s): n/a
Resource Teachers: Marlon Gardner
Language Teachers: n/a
Brokenhead Education Authority
Contact: MFNSS, Education Director
2-1100 Waverley St.
Winnipeg, MB
R3T 3X9
Phone: (204) 594-1290
Email(s): [email protected]Website: