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    Family Resource List
    Need support with food, housing, child care, Internet access and other services? Use our list of Family Resources. 

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    Need Tech Support for Your Student?
    Students and families who need tech support for a SPS laptop, please call 206-252-0100 or email Learn more:

    If your student needs help getting a laptop, please email Gail Morris:

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    SPS Native Education Department

    Native Education is a referral service. We work with students, parents and guardians, 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 district's resources 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 educational experience and reach the goal of graduation.

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

    NAYLA logoNAYLA Team Message for 2019-20 Students

    Watch the Native American Youth Leadership Academy (NAYLA) staff video for 2019-20 NAYLA students. The video offers encouragement and support for these rising leaders. NAYLA is an organization for Native students from all over Western Washington. It helps Native youth develop leadership, communication and life skills and become leaders in their schools and communities.

    Native Education for All: Online Learning Resources

    IllumiNative has partnered with the National Indian Education Association and Amplifier to create Native Education for All, an initiative providing online lesson plans, tools and resources for Pre-K through 8th grade students. Each lesson—available as a downloadable pdf—guides teachers and students through learning about Native American art, culture, history and contemporary life.

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    In recognition of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we celebrate notable Northwesterners who are of both Native American and Asian/Pacific American descent: Preston Singletary, Bernie Whitebear, Sondra Segundo, Louie Gong and Bob Santos. Learn more about these influencers and their contributions to history and culture.

    I Am Native Film Honors Students


    I Am Native is a short film showcasing Seattle Public Schools' Native high school students and staff sharing their stories, hopes, and dreams for their future. Read more about I Am Native.

    Contact Us

    Gail T. Morris ~ Nuu-chah-nulth
    Native American Education Program Manager
    (206) 252-0948

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    Seattle Public Schools is committed to ensuring equitable access, closing the opportunity gaps and excellence in education for every student.

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