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    Celebrating Native American Heritage Month: I am Native - A Conversation
    Posted on 11/05/2020
    An illustration for the video with text: A discussion between Seattle Public Schools Students and Leaders

    Celebrating Native American Heritage Month: I am Native - A Conversation

    November is Native American Heritage Month and November 27 is Native American Heritage Day. This month, and beyond, SPS celebrates Native American contributions and values that have shaped the past and present day social, political, environmental, cultural, and economic fabric of Seattle and our greater region.

    Seattle Public Schools is fortunate to have a thriving Native American Education Program and Native leaders working towards a better future for all students.

    Highlighting Native American SPS Students and Leaders Such as Superintendent Denise Juneau

    This video, I am Native – A Conversation with Native American Leaders and Students, is the first in a series. Featured leaders include Superintendent Denise Juneau, Board President Zachary DeWolf, Vice-President Chandra Hampson and students from Nathan Hale High School’s šəqačib program.

    I AM NATIVE - Experience as a Native Student from Seattle Public Schools TV on Vimeo.

     

    To learn more about the work of the Native American Education Program and find Native American Heritage Month resources.