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For more Information:

April 4-6, 2018

Legends Casino/Hotel

580 Fort Road

Toppenish, WA 98948

 

509/865-8800 or toll free 877/726-6311

CONTACT

CONTACT

Sarah Stafford

WSIEA Secretary

Joan Banker

OSPI Office of Native Education

P. 360/725-6160

CONTACT

Rose Mary Miller

WSIEA Chairperson

P. 509/949-4454.

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    Recognition & Student

    Merit Awards

    Do you know any outstanding Native youth or educators who are exceptional and serve their community? Awards are provided to students ($500 merit award for high school and $1,000 for current college students), educators, elders, and parents at our annual Merit Awards Banquet. Visit our website the first week of November to find a nomination form. Submit by February 14, 2018.

    More Information

    Nomination Form

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    Silent Auction

    WSIEA will be holding a silent auction during the conference to support our recognition and scholarship awards. Please consider donating an item for our auction.

    Email

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    Clock Hours

    Clock Hours and CEUs will once again be offered for all participants. Forms and additional information will be available on-site near the registration area.

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    WSIEA Native STUDENT DAY

    On Thursday, April 5, WSIEA will offer a youth strand featuring events, great speakers, workshops, and interactive events designed just for them.  There will be opportunities to meet representatives from higher education, learn about educational pathways, personal growth, goal setting, and much more.  This conference will be conducted on the campus of Heritage University just down the road from Legends.

    Online Registration

    Print Form

    Native Youth Day Agenda

    Email

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    Culture Room

    We are excited to offer the Culture Room “experience” at our 2018 conference.  The purpose of this room is to provide a hands-on experience for educators to participate in culturally relevant activities within Native American culture.

    Email

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    WorkshopS

    Please consider presenting a workshop at this year’s conference. The Call for Proposals and additional information will be available on our website the first week of November or contact Robin Pratt.  Deadline for submissions is January 19, 2018.

    Email

    Call for Presenters:

    Print Form

    Online Form

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    Registration

    Workshops + Clock Hours + Culture Room, Merit Awards + Vendors + Parent & Teacher Training Opportunities + Native Student College  + Post-Secondary Opportunities Day + much more!

    Online Registration

    Call to Conference

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    VENDOR INFO

    WSIEA welcomes non-profit informational and educational vendors ($125 for 3 days) as well as for-profit vendors ($175 for 3 days).  Priority will be given on a first-come/first-served basis.  Visit our WSIEA website for more information and a registration form.  Questions? Contact Martha Sherman at 253/517-1000 X. 25103 or msherman@fifeschools.com.

    Online Registration

    Email

    phone

Agenda at a Glance

  • CLICK HERE FOR MORE About WSIEA Conference

    Our 34th Annual WSIEA Conference will be in the Yakama Nation’s new

    Legends Hotel.  Join educators, Native leaders, and others who wish to positively impact outcomes and eliminate barriers for our Native learners.

     

    For further information contact:

    Joan Banker – 360/725-6160 or joan.banker@k12.wa.us

    Anna Armstrong – 509/570-8063 or aarmstrong@kalispeltribe.com

    RoseMary Miller – 509/949-4454 or rmmiller@toppenish.wednet.edu

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Agenda at a Glance

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    WorkshopS

    Please consider presenting a workshop at this year’s conference. The Call for Proposals and additional information will be available on our website the first week of November or contact Robin Pratt.  Deadline for submissions is January 19, 2018.

    Email

    Call for Presenters:

    Print Form

    Online Form

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Silent Auction

    WSIEA will be holding a silent auction during the conference to support our recognition and scholarship awards. Please consider donating an item for our auction.

    Email

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Registration

    Workshops + Clock Hours + Culture Room, Merit Awards + Vendors + Parent & Teacher Training Opportunities + Native Student College  + Post-Secondary Opportunities Day + much more!

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    WSIEA Native STUDENT DAY

    On Thursday, April 5, WSIEA will offer a youth strand featuring events, great speakers, workshops, and interactive events designed just for them.  There will be opportunities to meet representatives from higher education, learn about educational pathways, personal growth, goal setting, and much more.  This conference will be conducted on the campus of Heritage University just down the road from Legends.

    Online Registration

    Print Form

    Agenda

    Email

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Recognition
    & Student

    Merit Awards

    Do you know any outstanding Native youth or educators who are exceptional and serve their community? Awards are provided to students ($500 merit award for high school and $1,000 for current college students), educators, elders, and parents at our annual Merit Awards Banquet. Visit our website the first week of November to find a nomination form. Submit by February 14, 2018.

    More Information

    Nomination form

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    VENDOR INFO

    WSIEA welcomes non-profit informational and educational vendors ($125 for 3 days) as well as for-profit vendors ($175 for 3 days).  Priority will be given on a first-come/first-served basis.  Visit our WSIEA website for more information and a registration form.  Questions? Contact Martha Sherman at 253/517-1000 X. 25103 or msherman@fifeschools.com.

    Online Registration

    EMAIL

    Phone

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Culture Room

    We are excited to offer the Culture Room “experience” at our 2018 conference.  The purpose of this room is to provide a hands-on experience for educators to participate in culturally relevant activities within Native American culture.

    Email

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Clock Hours

    Clock Hours and CEUs will once again be offered for all participants. Forms and additional information will be available on-site near the registration area.

April 4-6, 2018

Legends Casino/Hotel

580 Fort Road

Toppenish, WA 98948

 

509/865-8800 or toll free 877/726-6311

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Harnessing the Power of Collaboration Through Culture to Enhance Indian Education

April 4-6, 2018

Legends Casino/Hotel

580 Fort Road

Toppenish, WA 98948

 

509/865-8800 or toll free 877/726-6311

  • CLICK HERE FOR MORE About WSIEA Conference

    Our 34th Annual WSIEA Conference will be in the Yakama Nation’s new Legends Hotel.  Join educators, Native leaders, and others who wish to positively impact outcomes and eliminate barriers for our Native learners.

     

    For further information contact:

     

    Joan Banker – 360/725-6160

    joan.banker@k12.wa.us

     

    Anna Armstrong – 509/570-8063

    aarmstrong@kalispeltribe.com

     

    RoseMary Miller – 509/949-4454

    rmmiller@toppenish.wednet.edu

Agenda at a Glance

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Registration

    Workshops + Clock Hours + Culture Room, Merit Awards + Vendors + Parent & Teacher Training Opportunities + Native Student College  + Post-Secondary Opportunities Day + much more!

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    VENDOR INFO

    WSIEA welcomes non-profit informational and educational vendors ($125 for 3 days) as well as for-profit vendors ($175 for 3 days).  Priority will be given on a first-come/first-served basis.  Visit our WSIEA website for more information and a registration form.  Questions? Contact Martha Sherman at 253/517-1000 X. 25103 or msherman@fifeschools.com.

    Online Registration

    EMAIL

    Phone

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Culture Room

    We are excited to offer the Culture Room “experience” at our 2018 conference.  The purpose of this room is to provide a hands-on experience for educators to participate in culturally relevant activities within Native American culture.

    Email

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    WSIEA Native STUDENT DAY

    On Thursday, April 5, WSIEA will offer a youth strand featuring events, great speakers, workshops, and interactive events designed just for them.  There will be opportunities to meet representatives from higher education, learn about educational pathways, personal growth, goal setting, and much more.  This conference will be conducted on the campus of Heritage University just down the road from Legends.

    Online Registration

    Print Form

    Agenda

    Email

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Silent Auction

    WSIEA will be holding a silent auction during the conference to support our recognition and scholarship awards. Please consider donating an item for our auction.

    Email

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Clock Hours

    Clock Hours and CEUs will once again be offered for all participants. Forms and additional information will be available on-site near the registration area.

  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Recognition
    & Student

    Merit Awards

    Do you know any outstanding Native youth or educators who are exceptional and serve their community? Awards are provided to students ($500 merit award for high school and $1,000 for current college students), educators, elders, and parents at our annual Merit Awards Banquet. Visit our website the first week of November to find a nomination form. Submit by February 14, 2018.

    More Information

    Nomination form

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