HSD - Title 6
Native American/ Alaska Native Education Program
Please take the time to give your feedback on the surveys, check out the career exploration opportunities and the summer programs offered for High School Students. If you know of any programs offered, send the information my way, and I will put it on our Facebook page or district website. Enjoy the warm spring days!!
Education Liasion for Title 6 NA/AN Education Program
Wednesday - April 21 -- Virtual NA/AN PAC Meeting @ 6:30 PM
- Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce School to Career Program
- SPED resources
- Activities coming in May
- Summer Programs
- Graduate Honoring
Google Meet joining info
Or dial: +1 254-863-1680 PIN: 709 466 494#
Family Needs Assessments Survey
Disability Resource Fair
Our Student Services department welcomes everyone in the HSD community to attend a Disability Resource Fair on Thursday, Apr. 22, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Zoom.
Community-based organizations from all over Washington County will share information on the services they provide and how you can access them: Washington County Disability Services, Project Search, Abilities Training, Vocational Rehabilitation, and many more.
CDL Experience and Fall Planning Surveys
Students grades 4-12 and families and staff should have received a survey asking about their experiences with CDL and their preliminary plans for the fall. The response window is short - the survey will close on Apr. 22 - which will give us an opportunity to compile and analyze the data, adjust secondary master schedules as needed, and start planning for the 2021-22 school year. Thank you in advance for your prompt reply!
HSD In-District Transfers
Students wishing to continue a current in-district transfer or request a new in-district transfer for the 2021-22 school year can apply in the month of January by using our online transfer request application at https://hsdtransfer.hsd.k12.or.us/.
Students who are currently on a one-year only transfer, but plan to return to their home school in the 2021-22 school year do not need to take any action, as they will automatically be returned to their home school in the student information system at the end of the 2020-21 school year.
Students who wish to request an out-of-district transfer must wait until the Board takes action in March to determine the number of students who can be released for such transfers. Those requests can be made from April through mid-May.
For additional information about student transfers, please see our Boundaries and Transfers webpage or contact Communications Specialists Marleen Zytniowski and Katie Russell-Willis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-844-1771.
Washington State University -Health Sciences Spokane
Na-ha-Shnee STEAM Health Summer Institute
This Institute will focus on health sciences and STEAM careers available, as well as research and learning opportunities within these fields. We will provide hands-on learning experiences for four hours each weekday through a cellular-enabled tablet. We will send participants the cellular-enabled tablet, along with experiment kits, materials and other supplies, such as culturally based art projects to do in your home.
You will learn from faculty and professionals across several health occupations and receive cultural instruction from tribal elders. All expenses are paid for and students who participate for the full five weeks will be able to keep their tablet and receive a $200 stipend!
The application deadline is 5 p.m. (PST) on April 30, 2021. Applications sent by mail must be received before this deadline.
Students can apply here:
If you have any questions or need more information, you can reach out to Evanlene Melting Tallow for more details:
Evanlene Melting Tallow
Native American Outreach Health Sciences Coordinator
Native American Health Science
WSU Health Sciences Spokane HERB 202