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Clarence Jaycox School

Pathways to Success

Trickster Theatre logoOur students at Clarence Jaycox School will work with professional artists from Trickster Theatre for one week to create an original performance based around our theme.

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Pathways to Success


Clarence Jaycox School is a First Nation school located in Loon River, two hours North of Slave Lake. We have 135 students ranging from Kindergarten to grade 12.

Our role at Clarence Jaycox School is to support any educational initiatives that result in school improvements and that positively impact on the quality of education provided for students. Supporting the local education authorities, and networking with Aboriginal organizations, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, the Provincial Ministry of Education, School Boards, and Secondary / Elementary institutions is an important responsibility of the Education Department.

Our students, teachers, and staff are very excited to work with Trickster Theatre in the 2017-18 school year to put on our show on Pathways to Success.

We greatly appreciate your help and look forward to sharing our finished work with you!

  • Full Project Summary

    Clarence Jaycox School will explore what success means to them through different topics, creating performances around the topics. They will look at the success in various forms such as the success of a community by the participation of its members, the paths to successful careers, and how to build successful relationships with friends, family, and community members. Looking into these topics will teach our students respect for our Elders, traditions, and history.

  • Project Outcome

    Creating a whole-school performance around Pathways to Success in a weeklong residency with Trickster Theatre will be a great benefit to the entire student population, teachers, parents, and community members. Researching leaders will get students to look at steps to their success, inspiring them to achieve success by applying those steps to their future. Communicating with local leaders improves bonds within the community, and will give students a sense of respect for their Elders, parents, community members, and for themselves. We want to inspire students to get involved in their community, helping it grow and improving the lives of the people around them. We also want them to know that they can achieve success through hard work and dedication.


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    New Projects can be of many types: an event, a take action project, a study, or a Trickster Residency.

  • What is Trickster Theatre

    Trickster Theatre hosts weeklong residencies in Alberta schools. We help create an original show with up to 500 actors - on any theme. We provide the lights, curtains, sounds, costumes, and more! 

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    • CountryCanada
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Kids Go Global is a place for Elementary, Junior and Senior High schools to explore Global Issues and then work alone or with NGOs to take action locally and internationally. It also supports students acting out the issues using theatre and provides opportunities to share student work and projects. It is a partnership between schools, NGOs and Trickster Theatre.

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