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The ASPIRE program at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom is offering a FREE summer program for Asian American & Pacific Islander students who are in high school or have recently graduated. If you're interested in exploring the STEM fields, cultural studies, and building up your skills for college, apply today!
Session Dates & Time:
July 8 - August 1
Monday - Thursday
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Apply at: bit.ly/VAKA2K19
Deadline to Apply:
June 6, 2019
Pierce College Fort Steilacoom
9401 Farwest Drive SE
For More Information: email@example.com or 253-964-6300
Experience a day of traditional and contemporary Native culture and celebrations!
Date: Saturday, June 8
Time: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Location: Seattle Center, Armory Amphitheatre
All are welcome!
Humanities Washington presents a FREE public discussion - A talk on the promise of the "prison-to-college pipeline" - from someone who went through it.
Presented by: Omari Amili, author, researcher, and community leader
When: 11:00 a.m., June 11, 2019
Where: The REACH Center, 714 S 27th Street, Tacoma, WA 98409
Amili The REACH Center (1).pdf
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
5:15 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Mount Tahoma High School Auditorium
4634 S. 74th St
Tacoma, WA 98409
For more information, contact Liz Leines at 253-571-1820 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This free event for students is designed to inspire and empower high school students to be successful in higher education and beyond. This event is for current Native high school students. The Indian Education program will provide a bus and chaperones for this event that will depart from Madison Complex on the morning of the event. Parents are responsible for transporting their child to Madison for pickup and drop-off after the event.
Agenda: Native Students Success Summit 2019 Agenda.pdf
Register online at depts.washington.edu/reach/
*This event is not a Tacoma Public Schools event and no transportation will be provided.
Coming up in June 2019
Subject: Building Skills in Motivational Interviewing Helping People Change
Building Skills in Motivational Interviewing Helping People Change
One-Day Training June 13, 2019 8:30 AM- 4:30 PM
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE This training is sponsored by the Housing and Homelessness Division of Kitsap County Human Services. It is geared for organizations who work with people experiencing homelessness. Staff at all levels of human services organizations are invited to participate.
•Date: June 13, 2019
•Check in time: 8:00 AM
•Training time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
•Location: Main Meeting Chambers, Norm Dicks Government Center, 345 6th Street, Bremerton •Subject: Motivational Interviewing
•ASWB: 6 hours
•NAADAC: 6 hours
•NBCC: 6 hours
•Registration Required: http://tiny.cc/MI-June13th
13th Annual Powwow - Please join Tacoma Community College & Tacoma Public Schools' Indian Education Program at our 13th Annual Powwow, and honoring our community and celebrating our graduates.
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Grand Entry at 4:00 p.m.
(Tacoma high school seniors in our Indian Education Program will be recognized shortly after 3:00 p.m. Seniors should arrive by 2:30 p.m.)
Located in: Building 20, Gym, Tacoma Community College, 6501 S. 19th St., Tacoma, WA 98466
To become a vendor, contact: Daniel Garcia: 253-566-6052, DGarcia@tacomacc.edu
Tacoma Public Schools Indian Education Program
Title VI Education formula Grant
Renewal/Review for 2019 - 2020
Date: April 30, 2019
Time: 3:00 - 3:30 pm
Location: Madison Complex, 3101 S. 43rd St., Tacoma, WA 98409
"Raven and the Box of Daylight is the Tlingit story of Raven and his transformation of the world—bringing light to people via the stars, moon, and sun. This story holds great significance for the Tlingit people. The exhibition features a dynamic combination of artwork, storytelling, and encounter, where the Tlingit story unfolds during the visitor’s experience.
The glass art of Preston Singletary (American, born 1963) is rooted in the narrative of Raven and the Box of Daylight. Primarily known for his celebration of Tlingit art and design, Singletary will explore new ways of working with glass inspired by Tlingit design principles. Tlingit objects were traditionally used to show wealth and tell stories by representing elements of the natural world,..." Excerpt from Exhibition Overview, Museum of Glass Read more
October 3, 2018 - August 31, 2019
Museum of Glass, 1801 Dock Street, Tacoma, WA 98402
TPS High School Students - Free Admission to Tacoma Art Museum and Museum of Glass with current Student ID!
From February – June, 2019, learn more about how artists express ideas about oceans. Work with your classmates to investigate several water-themed works of art using a self-guided activity sheet. You'll consider issues of environmentalism, beauty, and the importance of water in the Pacific Northwest. These gallery activities will help students form ideas for Ocean Fest poetry, film, or data storytelling submissions, and/or prepare for a visit to Ocean Fest.
Self-guided experiences are $5/student ($3.50 at the scholarship rate); transportation reimbursement is available. Book online here.
Free Live, Online SAT Workshops - Prior to the March 27th test.
Tuesday, March 19, 2:15 - 4:30 pm
Thursday, March 21, 2:15 - 4:30 pm
To register for one of these live, online events, visit - EnhancedPrep.com/upcoming-events or email advisor@EnhancedPrep.com with student's full name, school, graduation year, and preferred workshop date.
Several acres between Grandview & Roosevelt are being reclaimed by neighboring communities. Together, we will transform it into a collaborative green space where communities can connect and learn from each other and the land. There's a place for everone to turn this vision into a reality. Get involved today!
El terreno entre Grandview y Roosevelt está siendo reclamada por las comunidades vecinas. Juntos, lo transformaremos en un espacio verde de colaboración donde las comunidades pueden conectarse y aprender unas de otras y de la tierra. hay un lugar para que todos puedan convertir esta visión en una realidad. ¡Participe hoy!
Guest Speakers: Directors of Student Services, Jonathan Bell and Steven Mondragon
IEP Meeting Tips and Tricks: IEP process review from a District perspective, including compliance and areas of conflict. Also advising on how to advocate and ask the right questions.
Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Jason Lee Middle School, 602 N Sprague Ave., Tacoma, WA 98403
Tacoma Special Needs PTA website - http://www.tsnpta.org/
When: 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
Where: Washington State Fair Agriplex, Puyallup, WA
Free tickets at Eventbrite.com
Registration is open until March 31st, 2019
Lakewood Youth Council Summit Poster.pdf
*The district does not sponsor this event/activity/offer and the district assumes no responsibility for it. In consideration for the privilege to distribute these materials, the Tacoma School District No. 10 shall be held harmless from any cause of action filed in any court or administrative tribunal arising out of the distribution of these materials, including all costs, attorney's fees and judgments or awards. Transportation is not provided by TPS and parents are responsible for checking students out for event following school process for prearranged absence.
April 3-5, 2019
Little Creek Resort/Casino
91 West State 108
Shelton, WA 98584
Toll Free - 1-800-667-7711 or 360-427-7711
Link to registration and more information - https://www.wsiea.org/conference.html
Agenda At-A-Glance WSIEA 2019 Agenda At A Glance.pdf
There is space for additional vendors at the 34th Annual Washington State Indian Education Association Conference. WSIEA 2019 Vendor Registration Form.docx
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
The Evergreen State College
June 18-19, 2019 at Little Creek Resort Hotel
Optional Half Day Pre-Conference Field Trip Sponsored by the Squaxin Island Tribe
June 17, 2019
The Summer Institute of the Enduring Legacies Native Cases Initiative will build on more than thirteen years of work developing interdisciplinary teaching case studies on significant issues in Indian Country and offering workshops for educators to network and learn how to use the cases in their classes and staff development. Our interdisciplinary collection of cases covers a wide range of topics applicable to all academic fields. Problem-based learning, place-based learning, and collaborative learning are the cornerstones of our approach. Cases promote student engagement and critical thinking in the context of complex and pressing real world issues. They are a terrific way of promoting diversity. At this institute, we will practice working through cases collaboratively to learn how to facilitate case analysis and discussion. The Institute will feature a number of new cases on the cutting edge of current issues in Indian Country.
Native Cases Summer Institute Particulars: The Institute is located on the reservation of the Squaxin Island Tribe. The summer institute will run from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day. Breakfast is at 8 a. m. with the program starting at 9 a.m. Pre-reading and homework are required each evening. Campuses and organizations are invited to bring teams or attend the institute as individuals. Space is limited and registration is first come, first served. The registration fee for the two-day institute is $100/ per person which includes breakfast and lunch each day.
Half -day Field Trip Sponsored by Squaxin Island Tribe: This optional pre-conference field trip will give participants an in-depth introduction to the Squaxin Island Tribe—its history, culture, and tribal administration. The $40 registration fee for the field trip includes entrance fee to the Museum, supplies, and lunch.
Little Creek Resort Hotel Rooms are available at the rate of $104.00 per night with a cut-off date of May 18. Contact Little Creek Resort Hotel directly at 800-667-7711 to reserve rooms and say you are with the Evergreen State College Native Cases Institute. Conference registration forms and information are on the next pages.
This conference is generously supported by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
Conference contact Barbara Leigh Smith
360.765.3084 or email@example.com
More information about Native Cases Project
For more info see flier -
Autism Summer Program_rev3.pdf
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Dance practice from 5:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Potluck and Craft from 5:45 pm - 6:45 pm
3111 S. 43rd St., Tacoma, WA 98409
The TPS Indian Education Program SENIOR INFO NIGHT -
Seniors and Juniors (and parents/guardians) who are enrolled in the TPS Indian Education Program are encouraged to attend.
Learn about Native American scholarships and grants opportunities as well as other scholarships, local college information, higher education information, senior/junior checklists for graduation, Indian Education Program Celebration 2019, FAFSA, and MORE!
Featured speakers - Tacoma Community College, Graduate Tacoma, & University of Washington Tacoma
A light meal will be provided.
Thursday, February 28, 2019, 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Location - Madison Complex, 3111 South 43rd St., Tacoma, WA 98409
Questions? Contact David Syth at 253-571-1846
In lieu of the canceled Indian Education family gathering last week, we would like to invite everyone to attend the Surprise Lake Middle School Powwow hosted by the Fife Indian Education program on Friday March 1st. Our cultural consultant Angelina Nockai and PAC member Taralee Ellis will be informally hosting. Our dance group will be participating in this event as well. We hope you can make it.
Friday, March 1, 2019
Grand Entry 7:00 pm
All Drums & Dancers Welcome
Surprise Lake Middle School, 2001 Milton Way, Milton, WA 98354
Vendors please contact: Martha Sherman 253-517-1000, Ext. 25103
For further information, contact
Joan Banker – Office of Native Education, OSPI
Deadline for artwork submissions Friday, February 22, 2019 EXTENDED to FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2019!
Or see flier here - 2019 WSIEA Conf Logo Contest Flier.doc
Call for Zine Submissions
Ends on February 1, 2019
This call is open to all Indigenous people living in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, and British Columbia. This includes residents of those states belonging to Native communities outside of the Pacific Northwest, and outside of what is currently the United States. Everyone is encouraged to participate regardless of age, professional experience, media, or tribal affiliation.
About this Opportunity
Attention, all Indigenous writers and artists! As part of yəhaw̓, a very special literary and arts zine is being published – both online and a limited print run – in early 2019 to showcase and celebrate Indigenous voice, presence, continuance, and the remarkable generativity of Indigenous writers working across genres in sacred Salish territories. Visual artists are also warmly encouraged to submit work for publication in the zine. Associated readings and events will also feature yəhaw̓ zine writers and artists at Bellevue College and South Puget Sound Community College in early 2019.
We are now accepting submissions for the zine and welcome all current yəhaw̓ artists to submit as well as other Indigenous creatives across the Pacific Northwest. There is no set theme for this publication, but we encourage submitters to consider the Lifting the Sky story and overall yəhaw̓ project values when selecting work. Submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, visual art, experimental work, and hybrids are all welcome. Submissions which include or are written in tribal languages, and submissions from Indigenous youth, women, Two Spirit/LGBTQ writers and artists, and writers/artists with disabilities are particularly welcome. Work previously submitted to other publications is welcome. Regardless of genre or form, each submission should fit approximately on one page or a two page spread maximum - the zine will be risograph printed on 8.5 x 11 inch paper folded in half for an overall book size of 8.5 by 5.5 inches. All submissions received by February 1 will be considered. Selected contributors will receive a $75 honorarium and a free copy of the publication.
Your 4th / 5th grade student are invited to participate in a day of cultural learning.
Native Teachings 2019 Flyer.pdf
Food Voucher Program Mailer 2018 12-7-18 (004) (002).pdf
Food Voucher Income Guideline 2018.pdf
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
SPIPA TANF Office
4301 South Pine Street, Suite 400
is Discover U Month! Tacoma Public School high schools will be hosting
Discover U activities to help students discover the possibilities you have for
post-secondary education, whether it be university, college, job or military.
many students, attending a two- or four-year college, university, or vocational
school is a crucial next step on their path to fulfilling their career and life
dreams. If you want to help your child meet their higher education goals,
join us on our 3rd annual parent college tours.
October 9th- October 30th, Tacoma Public Schools is sponsoring tours
of six outstanding local colleges. We will provide transportation to and from
each institution. Each visit includes a customized tour and presentation from
college staff on the admissions process, financial aid and scholarships and
college life unique to each school.
leave from the Central Administrative Building at 601 S. 8th Street, Tacoma WA,
98405 at the times listed below. Roundtrip visits will last 2-3 hours,
depending on location.
Tues., October 9: University of Washington-Tacoma (5:40 pm)
· Thurs., October 18: Pacific Lutheran University (4:45 pm)
Tues., October 23: University of Puget Sound (5:30 pm)
Thurs., October 25: Pierce College (5:30 pm)
Tues., October 30: Bates Technical College (5:30 pm)
Thurs., November 1: Tacoma Community College (5:30 pm)
WE ARE OPEN!
School Supplies Pick-up Dates and Times:
To be determined...
Families, please join us for the first Family Gathering and Potluck of the 2018 - 2019 school year! We will have a light meal. Please bring a food item to share!
For the kids, there will be a fun craft make and take!
Date: Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Time: 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Location: 311 South 43rd Street, Tacoma, WA 98409 (The Madison Complex)
If you have questions, please call 253-571-1846.
We are very excited to share a new partnership and benefit for our high school students. Samantha Kelly, Tacoma Art Museum, and J. Andrew Henley, Museum of Glass, join Dan Voelpel to discuss a new partnership which offers FREE admission to TAM (Tacoma Art Museum) and MOG (Museum of Glass) for all TPS high school students. Bring your student ID and you're in!
NAYLA Student Application 2018 - 2019.pdf
You can view the 2016 Indian Education Graduation Ceremony, here.
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