• Indian Education Summit 2019
    Indian Education Summit 2019
  • Reservation-Wide IEC Training
    Reservation-Wide IEC Training
  • Councilman Dolson speaks to MMYC
    Councilman Dolson speaks to MMYC
  • St. Ignatius Poetry Reading
    St. Ignatius Poetry Reading
  • Tribal Ed staff- Baby Fair 2024
    Tribal Ed staff- Baby Fair 2024
  • Mission Mountains Youth Crew 2023
    Mission Mountains Youth Crew 2023
  • IEC/JOM parent training 2024
    IEC/JOM parent training 2024

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What is a Tribal Education Advocate?

The Tribal Education Advocate (TEA) works with parents, in each of our local schools, as a support system when issues arise with their child's education. This can cover areas for attendance, IEP, 504, Special Education, grades, bullying, suspension/expulsion or any meeting that the parent would like assistance and support with. We encourage parents to contact our office with any questions or needed information.

The TEA attends each Indian Education Committee (IEC) meeting. Within these parent-ran committees, the TEA assists the IEC in parent rights and responsibilities of guiding and running the IEC. The TEA also keep parents informed of issues facing Indian families in the local schools along with referencing resources to parents. Any parent who has children attending the schools are always encouraged to be involved and join the IEC meetings. If you have any questions regarding the IEC's, please contact the Tribal Education Department at (406) 675-2700. 

Teacher Needs Assessment - Double Springs Middle School

Homeschool Instruction Only

Teacher Needs Assessment - Double Springs Middle School

Flathead Reservation Needs Assessement for Face to Face and Hybrid Instruction

Teacher Needs Assessment - Double Springs Middle School

Remote Instruction Only

The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' Tribal Education Department is currently working on a project to convert previously published CSKT specific content into web-based resources. This will be available to the public on January 1, 2021.

http://fwrconline.csktnrd.org/ 

Flathead Reservation Regional Indian Education Summit Final

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Tribal Education Advocacy

  • WRITTEN_BY Keya Birdsbill
  • 04/02/2024
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What is a Tribal Education Advocate? The Tribal Education Advocate (TEA) works with parents, in each of our local schools, as a support system when issues arise with their child's education. This...

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