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“People of the river, people of the grass.” The Tribes’ organizational structure and management system ensure a holistic approach by maintaining a strict separation of…

1Camas Learning Center

The Camas Learning Center (CLC) provides in-school and after-school services supporting academic achievement, self-esteem, social interaction, and cultural pride. During the school year, after school…

Chehalis Tribe

People of the Sands “To be a thriving, self-sufficient, sovereign people, honoring our past and serving current and future generations.“ The Chehalis Tribes, located in…

Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation

Total Size: 1.4 Million Acres (2,100 Square Miles), Tribal Enrollment Total: 9,290 The Twelve Bands compose the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation:Chelan, Chief Joseph…

Eastside Native American Education Program

The Eastside Native American Education Program is offered to Native students in Bellevue, Northshore, and Lake Washington School Districts. Students in the program explore and…

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe

“The Strong People” The vision of the Jamestown S’Klallam community is to preserve and enhance their historical and cultural identity as a strong, proud and…

2Kalispel Language Immersion School (SNYOYOʔSPUʔÚSM)

The Kalispel Language Immersion School is offered to students in grades K-3. Students receive Salish language immersion instruction in science, math, and reading from knowledgeable…

Kalispel Tribe of Indians

“In the future, we hope for a wonderful life.” The Kalispel Tribes, based in Flathead County, provide comprehensive resources that cater to tribal members throughout…

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe is committed to enhancing the lives of their tribal members through wrap-around services that encompass physical and spiritual well-being. Their…

Lummi Nation

The Lummi people are the original inhabitants of Washington’s northernmost coast and southern British Columbia. Enrolled members of the Lummi Nation have access to a…

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe

The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe is a Federally Recognized Indian Tribe composed of descendants of the Duwamish and Upper Puyallup Peoples who inhabited Central Puget Sound…

3Muckleshoot Language Program

The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe’s Muckleshoot Language Program provides a variety of classes for children and adults to learn the Muckleshoot language, whulshootseed. Classes take place…

Nooksack Indian Tribe

“always bracken fern roots” Nooksak is a Tribe of approximately 2,000 members, located in our ancestral homeland in the northwest corner of Washington State. The…

4Salish Curriculum – Kalispel Tribe

The Kalispel Tribe offers multiple Salish curriculum programs for students in Cusick Junior High and High Schools and adults in the community. Daytime and intensive…

Speak txʷəlšucid (Twulshootseed)

Speak txʷəlšucid (Twulshootseed) is the Puyallup Tribal Language Program. The program provides classes and online resources to learn Twulshootseed to use in everyday conversation, to…

5Tulalip Lushootseed

The Tulalip Lushootseed program offers online learning materials on their website and through Zoom classes. The website offers a range of language learning materials, including…

United Indians of All Tribes

Since 1970, United Indians has promoted the well-being of Snohomish/King/Pierce Counties Indigenous community through services and programming that support cultural connection, school readiness, economic self-sufficiency,…

6Urban Native Youth Organization

Spokane-based Urban Native Youth Organization (UNYO) offers events for Native youth, culture and Spokane dialect Salish language classes, connection to competitive sports, leadership mentorship, and…

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