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Title VII Indian Education Program

Sponsored by The Puyallup Tribe 
A big thank you on behalf of the Tacoma Public Schools, the Title VII Indian Education Program, and our Parent Advisory Committee to the Puyallup Gaming Advisory Commission Charity Trust Committee and the Puyallup Tribal Council for supporting the Tacoma Indian Education program with a $10,000 donation! The resources will be used to enhance cultural events, provide school supplies, and academic support for our Native students and families. Thank you for your generosity and caring! 

PuyallupWEB.jpg Left to right; David Syth, Title VII Indian Education Administrator, Leslie Hohn, PuyallupGaming Advisory Commissioner, TPS Director Karen Vialle, Dr. Charlene Matheson, Ph.D,  Puyallup Gaming Advisory Commissioner, Don Coats,  Puyallup Gaming Advisory Commission Committee Chair.


20th Annual Na-hashnee Native American Health Science institute. June 21st-July 2nd, 2015
This is a summer program for Alaskan and Native Americna students who would like to pursue health science degrees and health-related careers. Deadline for this event is April 24th,2015 and if you would like more detailed information please click on the link below.

 The mission of the Indian Education Program is to meet the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indians and Alaskan Natives so that these students can have an equal opportunity to achieve to the same challenging standards as all students.
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Indian Education Program
​Madison Complex
3101 S. 43rd Street
Tacoma WA 98409

David Syth, M. Ed
Crow Nation
Room #2

Samantha Keesy
Northern Cheyenne Tribe
Indian Education Specialist
Room #6

Myrna Fisher
Fort Peck Sioux, Puyallup

Dream Catcher Project Team Member
Room #6


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