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    SPS Native Education Department

    Native Education is a referral service. We work with students, parents, teachers, principals, and SPS departments on a case by case basis to address the broad scope of needs our Native students face. We want every family to understand how to navigate the resources of the district and support all schools in understanding the unique experience Native students face interacting with our system. Our goal is to ensure all Native Students have a high-quality education experience and reach the goal of graduation.

    Please call or email us! We are here to help, problem solve, and inspire.


    November is Native American Heritage Month But We Are More Than A Month. Photograph of a display at Broadview Thomson K8 school of a canoe with paddles displayiing the names of the 29 federally recognized tribes in Washington State and photos of the recent Tribal Journeys

    photo by Broadview Thomson School Nurse Cass Wheelock-Rowse. 

    Native American Heritage Month

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    December 17, 2019
    5:00-8:00 PM
    Daybreak Star
    5011 Bernie Whitebear Way
    Seattle, WA 98199

    Holiday Supper
    Toys
    Santa Picture

    We look forward to seeing you all!
    United Indians of All Tribes Foundation/Daybreak Star
    Huchoosedah/SPS Native Education
    Seattle Indian Health Board
    Cowlitz

    Sponsores: Huchoosedah, United Indians of All Tribes Foundation, Cowlitz, Toys for Tots, Seattle Indian Health Board

     

    "I Am Native" Film Honors Students


    (Above is the film "I am Native" which highlights Native SPS students.)

    "At the Sept. 5 Seattle School Board meeting, Gail Morris, Native American Education program manager and Stacia Hawkinson, Native Education consulting teacher, debuted the short film, which showcases Native Seattle Public School high school students and staff sharing their stories, hopes, and dreams for their future.

    'We have many Native students that are doing exceptionally well in SPS, and we want to share the pride we have in them with a broader audience, through this beautiful film,' Morris says." - click here to read more


    Land Acknowledgement with Southern Lushootseed

     

    Gail T. Morris

    NuuChahNulth
    Native American Education
    Program Manager


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    206-252-0948 


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