Registration for LWSD Students of Color Conference on May 17thLWSD Students of Color Conference 2024 – Student Registration (


Updated 2/2/24

Native American book in part written by Lake Washington Parent Catherine White-Mouse

Lumineszenteak is a collection of stories from resilient women detailing their lived experiences. They share of having to grow up in environments of violence, impoverishment, genocide or cultural assimilation. However, this is not just a collection of hardship, but also stories of courage, strength, resilience and the creation of this book in and of itself is a testament to that.

Please consider showing support by sharing this book and/or purchasing. 

Native Strength Revolution – Indigenous led yoga app, free!

Native Warriors Athletics basketball is back for the 2023-24 school year with Coach Gregg Kalina! – Practices will be Sundays 5-7pm and Thursdays 6-8pm weekly, for ages 9 to 15. Ages 4 to 8 are currently Sundays 5-6pm only.  

Guest Trainers/Coaches visiting Sundays 2/4 and 2/11: George Hill III (Suquamish) and Tatianna McClain (Muskogee Creek)

·  Reminder, children are not allowed on the 3rd floor track unless accompanied by an adult.

·  North Seattle College Gym (2nd floor of the Roy Flores Wellness Center)
Campus address is 9600 College Way N, you will want the East parking lot. Free Parking location on google maps!

·  Free Parking code available, for use during basketball practice in the E/NE/N lots: If you are a program participant and do not receive it from me in a separate email, let me know
Native Warrior Athletics Facebook Group:


nternet Safety Training with Cyber Capital and UIATF

6:30-8pm Friday February 2nd, Daybreak Star

Limited to 30 active participants.

RSVP please:


Calendar note: PAC monthly meetings will also be available virtually. The virtual link is the same link for every meeting:

Please reach out to Irene or Lauren for the link!


Upcoming Events:

Attached flyer and QR code for The United Indians of All Tribes Education Coalition first Youth Event. (we are doing these events instead of NAYLA) this event is for 8-12th grade Native American students and is open to include more students!


UW Native days:

Native American Student Day – Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment (

UW Native Days Registration link: Event summary (

This UW event is for 9-12th grade Native students interested in attending UW and if there is a student who wants to attend, please Lauren!


Snoqualmie tribal Website: Snoqualmie Indian Tribe | Home Page (

Snoqualmie tribe cultural resources: Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Culture Department | Information regarding the Culture of the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe (

WSU Cougars LogoWASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITYGo Cougs!WSU Native American Youth Sports SummitGreetings Yvette!Native American Programs and Washington State University Cougar Athletics are excited to invite Native American middle and high school students in grades 6-12 to campus for the Native American Youth Sports Summit. During this FREE 1-day event, students will:Tour the WSU Pullman campusConnect with WSU student athletesSee what WSU has to offer to Native American studentsAttend a WSU women’s basketball gameEvent DetailsCost: FREE!All activities, meals, and game tickets are provided to registrants at no cost.Date: Sunday, February 4, 2024Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Location: Pullman, WAFor questions, please contact Joelle Edwards at 509-335-8677 or joelle.edwards@wsu.eduWSU Pullman is located on the homelands of the Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) Tribe and Palus people.REGISTER TODAYOffice of Native American ProgramsJoelle Edwards, M.Ed.Director, Native American Student Services
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WHAT: You may qualify for a free smartphone and wireless service through SafeLinkYou can also keep the phone and number you already have.

Eligible customers get:

  1. Unlimited high-speed data
  2. Unlimited talk and text
  3. 10GB of hotspot data
  4. A free smartphone

MORE INFO: Text “HELP” to 611.611 or call 1.800.723.3546.


WHEN: Boxes available for pick up 12-2pm Saturday and Sundays. Weekly sign up required. 

WHERE: Capitol Hill and Georgetown locations 

WHAT: Plant Based Food Share is providing boxes of free, fresh, local produce for our community in need. Each week’s box is curated with love to provide your family a mix of healthy produce, grains, baked goods and bread. All boxes celebrate a different culture weekly! 

TO SIGN UP: Sign-up forms for the week are posted Mondays at 7:30pm at Produce Box Sign Up

MORE INFO: Download the Plant Based Food Share flyer


WHEN: Friday, October 20 through Tuesday, October 31, 2023 

WHAT: Seattle Parks & Recreation is hosting a variety of Halloween activities all over town for tots, teens, in-betweens, and families. Activities include pumpkin carving, Halloween crafting, costume parades, haunted houses, and more. 

MORE INFO: Go to Happy Halloween! (2023) on the Parkways blog. 


WHEN: Law goes into effect Wednesday, November 1, 2023 

WHAT: Starting next month, families enrolled in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) will receive an additional $100 each month with their TANF cash benefit to spend on diapers, pull-ups, and wipes. The stipend is part of a state law approved in 2022. 

MORE INFO: Read Governor signs bill addressing diaper need


WHAT: The Child Care Aware of Washington Family Center is a statewide call center that helps families find licensed child care providers, navigate child care financial assistance options, and find alternative forms of care.

MORE INFO: Call 1.800.446.1114 or email for help over the phone in multiple languages.


WHEN: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm

WHAT: Are you exiting homelessness and need help covering the cost of moving into your new place? Call 206.694.6833 to leave a message for the North Seattle Regional Access Point (RAP) Diversion Program. (RAP responds within 2 business days, except holidays.) To qualify for move-in assistance, you’ll need to have already:

  1. Found a place to live (can include moving in with a relative or friend and/or relocating to another area).
  2. Be approved for move-in.

CONTACT: Call 206.694.6833 for help.


WHAT: Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps low-income households meet their immediate home energy needs. Your family’s monthly income may qualify you for free or low-cost energy services once every 12 months.

  1. Customers in Seattle: Call 756.5437 (Public Health — Seattle & King County CHAP Line) for assistance.
  2. Customers in South King County: Visit Multi-Service Center or call 517.2263.
  3. Customers in North King County (north of NE 145th St) and East King County: Call Hopelink at 658.2592.

Job opportunity for graduated (Has HS diploma) native students:

Youth Advocate (on-call) – Seattle, WA 98117 –

Job opportunity for adults:

Link to Job opportunities through Seattle Indian health Board

Link to Job Opportunities through Chief Seattle Club

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