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We post links to the current month events notices each month on the Indian Education website. There is also a myriad of information such as but not limited to: Scholarships, community events, student opportunities, internships, family resources, community resources, Native specific health resources, volunteer opportunities, student recognition, and more.
There are third-party web services available that users can subscribe to and they will check our website (https://www.tacomaschools.org/indian-ed/Pages/default.aspx) for you and notify you when something changes. Visualping.io will check a web site twice a day for free and email a notification when something changes, or you can search for another web monitoring service.
Please ensure your mailing address, phone number, and email address are always up to date in the TPS Student Information system. Please contact your child's school if you change any of the contact information. We periodically send out Messenger robo-calls and emails sharing information so it is very important to have your contact information up to date.
Native American Resources
Know anyone residing w/in the City of Tacoma who could use some rental and/or energy assistance? Metropolitan Development Council has $$$ to get out the door!
Rental Assistance: $40,000 in assistance to provide by March 27th. MDC's Rental Assistance is provided to City of Tacoma households only, requires a 3/day pay or vacate, and LIHEAP eligibility guidelines (see flyer attached); maximum allowable rental assistance is $1,000 dollars. In receiving this assistance, clients are guaranteed to remain in their homes for 30 days per the Landlord agreement form.
Energy Assistance: $540,000(!)to spend by MARCH 31st. Energy assistance can be provided for electric, gas, wood, propane and oil. Households paying their landlord directly for their utilities are still eligible for assistance. To help us reach goal, we will be extending our appointment scheduling to include weekend appointments. We offer alternatives for clients to receive our applications and related material such as email, US Mail, and direct calls to our appointment line (253) 572-5557 Renee White, Energy Assistance Manager (253) 284-9026, or Debra Grant, Homelessness and Energy Assistance Director (253) 284-7800.
See forms below flier.
ENERGY ASSISTANCE CLIENT CHECKLIST.pdf
ENERGY ASSISTANCE APPLICATION.pdf
ZERO INCOME FORM.pdf
Blank W9 Form.pdf
The CCS-Family Housing Network Family Day Center opened Monday, February 4th, 2019.
Services is offering their space on 5050 South Tacoma Way for families with
minor children to go during the day if they are experiencing
homelessness/housing instability. They are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and
Friday 9am-4pm and Wednesday 12-6pm. They have a caseworker on site that is
willing to help with housing/community service navigation, computers, a laundry
room and showers. Also: The best part is if a family is
experiencing homelessness and needs to access Coordinated Entry, they will have
someone ready on site that will be able to meet with them to do an intake. This
will save any family experiencing homelessness from having to call an
overwhelmed phone line to schedule an appointment.
Providing quality healthcare and promoting wellness in a culturally appropriate manner Puyallup Tribal Health Authority
PC2 behavioral Health Resources Pierce.pdf
The Birth to 25 Advisory Board (B-25 Board) is a newly created 19-member board tasked with proposing to the County Executive and County Council a long range plan with policy, systems, and environmental change recommendations to ensure the successful development of infants, children, youth and young adults ages Birth to 25. The Board will adopt a pro-social approach that engages children, youth and young adults throughout the age spectrum of Birth to 25 within families, their communities, schools, justice systems, health systems, nonprofit organizations, faith-based organizations, and peer groups. The membership of the B-25 Board will consist of 19 voting members who represent the cultural diversity of Pierce County, including: seven community members that can represent family perspectives and viewpoints (one from each of the seven County Council districts
The DCYF Parent Advisory Group (PAG) is a sounding board for decisions, ideas and questions that shape the future of DCYF. The PAG is made up of parents and family caregivers of children, from birth through nine years old. The PAG will meet by phone and in person. We are currently accepting applications for the DCYF Parent Advisory Group! If you are interested in becoming a member, please review and complete the
April 26 - 28, 2019
Are you the parent or caregiver of a child with behavioral health concerns?
Learn about systems navigation, IEPs, parenting techniques, de-escalation, reward systems, sibling issues, etc.
This weekend event is open to parents, grandparents, and other caregivers, who have a special needs child in their family, or extended family.
PLEASANT VALLEY CHRISTIAN CAMP, 2675 WASHINGTON 7, MINERAL, WA, 98355
Parents and Caregivers Training Weekend Flier - Parents Caregivers Training Weekend-April 26-28.pdf
WorkSource at Eastside FSC.pdf
For Students / Educational
OSPI New Student Discipline Rules TechnicalGuide.pdf
Discipline In Schools A Parent Guide.pdf
If your child is interested in training and industry recognized certificates in the following programs of study and will be in the 11th or 12th grade for the 19/20 school year:
Tacoma Tideflats Certification Program
Plumbers and Pipefitters
Wildland Fire Certification
For more information see flier - Tacoma Public Schools Industry Training.pdf
Application link: https://www.tacomaschools.org/cte/Pages/Industry-Recognized-Certifications.aspx
High School Toolkits
Middle School Planning Toolkit
For more information, see fliers -
For Students / Camps
Native youth exploring higher education
FREE summer camp for Native youth entering 9th and 10th grades
Application due June 15
For more information - https://native.wsu.edu/
The Literacy Empowerment Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, invites your school or other literacy project to apply for FREE books for Read Across America Day. During the past year, LEF has distributed over 3,000,000 books to schools all across the country for Read Across America Day and other literacy projects.
Resources are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Orders must be received by February 11th, 2019.
Please share this information with your fellow educators!
Free Books for Read Across America Day: Order Form at https://www.lefbooks.org
LEF 1311 West Chester Pike West Chester, PA 19382 Phone: 610-719-6448 Web site: https://www.lefbooks.org E-mail: email@example.com
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