Pre-boarding covers the significant period of preparation before students transition to boarding school.

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  • Boarding Facility Design
  • Cultural Competence
  • Cultural Identity
  • Cultural Standards
  • Enrolment
  • Family Community Engagement
  • First 100 Days
  • Graduations
  • Health & Well-Being
  • Home Sickness
  • Leadership
  • Orientation
  • Partnerships
  • Preparing parents for boarding
  • Preparing students for boarding
  • Racism
  • Remote Education
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  • Social Emotional Well-Being
  • Student Retention
  • Student Supervision Resources
  • Student Travel
  • Student Voice
  • Transitions into school
  • early exits

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Transition to boarding school is a significant period of adjustment for Indigenous students.
Preboarding covers the period before students even set foot at boarding school. Preboarding incorporates numerous factors that families and schools can put in place to ensure a positive transition to boarding school.

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