Post by Sarah Sense-wilson.
The White House Initiative on Indian Education will be holding at Listening Session in Seattle: Friday, November 7, 2014 Daybreak Star Center Rescheduled!!! The White House Initiative on American Indian/Alaska Native Education & the U.S. Department of Education is touring several cities throughout the United States. On November 7th, they will be in Seattle. The
Michael “Junebug” Desantes Jr. is a 7th grade student at Madrona Middle School. His father is Michael Desantis and his sister is Gabby. Desantis loves science and thinks Clear Sky “is the best thing since sliced bread.” He is always first to volunteer with serving our elders, and has become more engaged in learning activities
On October 27th, 2014 Native/Latino Student Club members hosted a rally/demonstration at Ingraham High School. This rally was to bring awareness to educational inequities, and visibility to our unique cultural and educational needs. Students gathered at the front of the school wearing their ‘Native /Latino Club’ t-shirts and voiced their concerns and demands for improving
Alberto Cante (Mayan/Mexican), a senior at Northgate Mall Middle College, presented Clear Sky with a magnificent piece of artwork, dedicated to the social justice struggle of the Latino/Native students at Ingraham High School. Cante said he worked freehand style for 13 hours on the blend of Latino/Alaska Native masterpiece, after he participated and witnessed the
On Wednesday, November 19th at 3:00-5pm, we are calling on our students, parents, and community members to participate in a rally at the John Stanford Center (the Seattle Public Schools Admin building). The month of November is Native Heritage Month, and we will be on the SPS agenda as well as testimony call in (Monday