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Native American Education

Native American Education is a federally funded SKSD program that serves Native American students from approximately 68 different tribes. The district provides services in homework assistance and a home-school liaison paraprofessional who assists students and families. Our cultural summer school program teaches native crafts and cultures. This program also provides a home-school liaison paraeducator who assists our Native American students and families. The South Kitsap Indian Education Parent Advisory committee is very active in promoting Indian Education and planning a variety of  student and family activities throughout the year.


The Indian Education's after school tutoring program will begin in late October 2021. Students that have a Title VI 506 Student Eligibility Certification form on file qualify for tutoring services. Tutoring will take place after school via zoom.  Each student qualifies for two hours of tutoring per week until our funds are exhausted. Tutoring is provided by paraeducators that work in the school district. To enroll your child in the tutoring program you can download the tutor request form, fill it out and return to your child's school.  The form will be forwarded to Val Kimball. If your child does not currently have a Title VI 506 Student Eligibility Certification Form on file it can be downloaded from the link below.

Pathways to Success Program
For youth 16-21, Earn While you Learn. Contact information is: Darence Shine 360-337-4758 or email at

Scholarship Information

Other Resources

Old recipes in the Indian Cookbook

Indian Education Tribal Voices Newsletters

  • Tribal Voices 2021
  • For more information about the Indian Education Program, contact us at 360-874-7060.

The National Indian Education Association (NIEA) website has resources for teachers and parents.

Here is another resource for activities: