Title 6 NA/AN Education Program
In this newsletter, you will find opportunities to look forward to and hopefully participate in the activities. Please know I am a phone call, text, hoime visit or an email away.
Wednesday 3/17 - Virtual Parent Meeting
Dial-in: (US) +1 252-486-1067PIN: 121 682 874#
All families of students identifying as Native American/Alaska Native are welcome to attend these monthly virtual meetings to learn more about what’s happening in the District and to share thoughts, concerns, and ideas for how best to support students in their education.
At this month’s PAC meeting, we will have Student Services Directors Sarah Crane and Wendy Ramos present the Student Services program. At the end of the presentation, staff will be available for questions. See you on Wednesday!
Return-to-School Timeline Highlights
Public Library Homework Help:
If you need help connecting to district resources, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention Native High School students there is a Hillsboro High teacher who is currently holding evening academic sessions between 6-7 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Ms. Jager can assist with English Language Arts, Social Studies, Health, Math, and ELL classes. Contact Ms. Jager at email@example.com
Century High School Study Lounge - Wednesdays 10-2
Liberty High School Homework Club - Wednesdays 10-12 & 1:30 -5
Check your grade level classroom for a link!
Glencoe High School Building Wide tutoring -Wednesdays 8:30- 3:30 PM
Tutoring is available in most subjects here. Please access this google link and find a tutor to get some one-on-one support!
Currently, I am looking for more tutors at the different school campuses. Please let me know the needs of your students.
Spring Break - NO School March 22 through March 26
Free 2-week Virtual Summer Immersion Program
Apply to Girls Who Code’s free 2-week Virtual Summer Immersion Program for an unforgettable experience! Current 9th -11th grade girls and non-binary students are eligible to apply. The application deadline is March 19th.
Why should you join Girls Who Code this summer?
· Join a sisterhood of supportive peers and make lifelong friendships!
· Meet women in tech from top corporations like Disney, AT&T, Twitter & more.
· You can join for free! Plus, Girls Who Code will provide need-based tech support for those who qualify.
Youth Era - Virtual Event
The nonprofit organization Youth Era is hosting two upcoming weeklong online youth mental health events called Uplift: one from Mar. 22 to 26, and one from Apr. 5 to 9.
The events are designed to teach young people how to spot distress in their peers and what to do about it afterward. They will also help participants find ways to exercise self-care.
The cost is $475, but participants can request partial or full scholarships. If you are interested in sponsoring a participant, contact Youth Era at firstname.lastname@example.org or email Daria Martin-Bigham at Martidar@hsd.k12.or.us.
Full Scholarships available! Apply for the program here. DUE by Wednesday 3/17
Learn more in this KGW article and on Youth Era’s website