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Leaders in Native Education Panel - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
35:50
Learn more about the panelists on SBE's blog post from last week: https://www.sbe.wa.gov/news/sbe-host-leaders-native-education
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
45:28
STI page: https://www.k12.wa.us/student-success/resources-subject-area/time-immemorial-tribal-sovereignty-washington-state
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
50:51
Tribal compact schools page on OSPI's website: https://www.k12.wa.us/student-success/access-opportunity-education/native-education/state-tribal-education-compact-schools-stecs
Jon Claymore
01:19:09
State Tribal Education Compact (STEC) schools
HOLLY KOON
01:19:44
Hi Lucy!
HOLLY KOON
01:20:39
Pleased to see you here!
Lucy Dafoe - CKA
01:20:58
Hello Holly! Good to hear from you!
Jon Claymore
01:21:29
Quileute Tribal School; Lummi Indian Nations; Chief Leschi; Muckleshoot Tribal School; Wa He Lut Indian School; Yakama Nation School; Chief Kitsap Academy
billkallappa
01:29:54
sounds good.
Jon Claymore
01:35:37
Are you talking about the CTE position I mentioned, if so, no it closed back in August.
Jon Claymore
01:40:20
jon.claymore@k12.wa.us Here is my email, reach out. We don't have positions open or planning for at this time but that could change
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
01:41:53
All registrants will get a post-panel email with a link to the recording of this session. You will also be able to find the recording on SBE's Twitter (https://twitter.com/WA_SBE) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/WashingtonSBE) pages.
MJ Bolt - WA State Board of Education
01:47:03
I believe Lindsey Salinas, past Student SBE Member and Spokane Tribe member has joined us as a participant as well. Welcome Lindsey!
billkallappa
01:48:50
Awesome! Welcome Lindsey!
Willie Frank
02:00:56
please email us at frank.willie@nisqually-nsn.gov
Willie Frank
02:01:23
McCloud.hanford@nisqually-nsn.gov
Joe Davalos
02:01:31
jdavalos@suquamish.nsn.us
MJ Bolt - WA State Board of Education
02:01:47
So appreciate sharing all your experiences
Kevin Wang
02:03:05
Thank you Bill and panelists for sharing your work, experiences and journey with us.
Susana Reyes
02:04:14
Thank you all for sharing so much of your stories!
Willie Frank
02:04:38
Please email Hanford and I
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
02:09:09
I can see it
Randy Spaulding, State Board of Education
02:09:30
click on "speaker view" in the upper right corner of zoom
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
02:10:43
Maybe you could drop that photo into chat, Jon. Some people did not see it
Teshia K
02:12:07
It is blasphemy in fullest form
Jan Marie Brown
02:12:29
Thank you for this positive and moving presentation. The focus on strengths and contribution through equipping students to know and understand their history and value is encouraging.
Randy Spaulding, State Board of Education
02:15:06
It should come through on the recording. Sorry you were not able to see the image when it was up.
billkallappa
02:16:01
Members, if you have questions please let me know in chat.
Kevin Wang
02:16:11
question
Teshia K
02:17:45
Mitakuye Oyasin
HOLLY KOON
02:19:18
How many districts in the state still have these kinds of mascots? Is there a list of those districts somewhere?
Peggy Carlson
02:19:29
@Teshia - I had to look that up! 💕
MJ Bolt - WA State Board of Education
02:19:36
A sense of belonging, honor and valuing identity seems to be key for our Native students, in helping them to be successful in schools. We have been hearing that across a lot of our students farthest from educational justice. Is surveying students, asking for their feedback the best way for schools to hear from our students? Do they feel free to answer freely and transparently through climate and culture surveys or that sort of tool, or are there other and better methods that would be better? Basically, how best do we gather that feedback and help schools adjust
Teshia K
02:24:14
Nice to "see" you again Peggy
Peggy Carlson
02:26:45
Nice to "see" you as well, Tehsia! This presentation has been wonderful! ❤
Teshia K
02:27:06
Something to be aware of in regards to those working with native youth in a public school system. Many psychology tests/evaluations are often culturally biased. I had a youth tell her creation story, which to some can be considered "dark" because they do not understand native belief systems. The evaluation results labeled her as severely emotionally disabled and dangerous with a suggestion to place her in a contained classroom. We were able to work and get this permanent negative report removed from her school records.
MJ Bolt - WA State Board of Education
02:28:39
Thanks for sharing Teisha.
Paul Pitre
02:29:26
Can the Compact School model be scaled up.
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
02:30:07
happy to
Kevin Wang
02:30:09
Of the 3,500+ AP Computer Sciences exams last year in WA State, 9 were taken by students identified Native American. As a state that has a big tech economy, we can't leave our Native American students behind.
Jon Claymore
02:30:30
Good morning Sally - Nisqually and NTSD is a model for others to follow
Teshia K
02:31:14
Could you please provide a list of acronyms regarding tribal entities? Also, for those working with foster youth outside of DCYF (tribal jurisdiction), what point of contact would one look for within the tribe besides the social worker to gain support and records for the youth? This might be helpful.
MJ Bolt - WA State Board of Education
02:31:49
Thank you for everyone for this awesome presentation, and for sharing your experience and information with us. We look forward to continued collaboration!
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
02:32:13
I can connect you to Joe if you'd like to submit your contact in chat to us. The chat log will be saved so I can find the emails within that
Anne Marie Guerrettaz
02:33:10
Excellent question Patty! At WSU, we are trying to also support Indigenous language education efforts at the university and beyond. I would love to connect about this a.m.guerrettaz@wsu.edu
Teshia K
02:33:45
Time to head to next meeting. This is exciting to see. Be well everyone.
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
02:34:39
All registrants will get a post-panel email with a link to the recording. You will also be able to find the recording on SBE's Twitter (https://twitter.com/WA_SBE) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/WashingtonSBE) pages.
Paul Pitre
02:34:57
Thanks to you all!
Randy Spaulding, State Board of Education
02:35:02
Thank you so much!
Susana Reyes
02:35:15
This was amazing! Thank you so very, very much!!
Kathryn
02:35:17
Thanks all
Ryan Brault
02:35:18
Thank you all!
Kevin Wang
02:35:22
Thanks everyone!
Tamara Jensen
02:35:35
Wonderful, thank you.
patty wood
02:35:37
Thank you much Bill and panelist for a very rich conversation.
Kateri Joe
02:35:44
This was a great presentation thank you so much
Stephanie Davidsmeyer
02:35:55
Next portion of the SBE meeting is a different Zoom: September 17 (12:30-4:00 p.m.)Executive Committee elections, private schools, rules discussionZoom link for both afternoons: https://zoom.us/j/94900973062
Cindy McMullen
02:36:02
Thank you for making this so easily accessible for the public