The fourth annual SRPSD Ribbon Skirt and Ribbon Shirt Day is Friday, March 8th, 2024. The inaugural division wide Ribbon Skirt and Ribbon Shirt Day was to stand in solidarity with now 12-year-old Isabella Kulak, a member of Cote First Nation, whose story gained national attention and started a movement when she was shamed for wearing a Ribbon Skirt to school in 2020. These photos are a powerful example of what many schools in our division are doing to honour Ribbon Skirt and Ribbon Shirt Day. This year, SRPSD hosted two Ribbon Skirt PD opportunities for teachers to attend, led by Bonny Johnson, co-author of the book sînapân kîskasâkâs: A Guide to Making Contemporary-Style Métis Ribbon Skirts. Students across the division also had the opportunity to join a virtual Ribbon Skirt teaching session with local artist and author Leah Dorion. The road to reconciliation is paved by the commitments of all of us to do our part to create safe and inclusive learning spaces. Thank you to school communities and the greater Prince Albert community for truly embracing this day as one where we can all stand in solidarity with Indigenous people and move forward together in the spirit of reconciliation.