The general goals of HOIST are:
The general goals of HOIST are:
Salmon Homecoming Alliance
CALL OUT FOR ARTWORK!!
Check out the Documents Tab for the flyer and also the website:
Deadline for submission: May 20, 2013
We are forming a team to participate in the
Seattle Indian Health Board’s 19th Annual
Walk for Native Health!
Saturday, June 1, 2013
(Registration is free!)
Entertainment / Awards / Prizes: 11:30am-3pmRegistration: 8:30-9:30am
provided for all registered walkers!
please email or call me, Michelle Marcoe,
at (253) 840-8852 or email@example.com
Celebrating Native American Cinema and the 15th Anniversary of Smoke Signals. Free Admission, Ages 21+
Inspiring Native American Short films created by young filmmakers curated and presented by nationally recognized Native media arts organization Longhouse Media.
15th Anniversary Screening of Sherman Alexie's beloved Smoke Signals directed by Chris Eyre. Don't miss this unique occasion to meet the cast; Elaine Miles, Evan Adams and Michelle St. John in attendance.
The first full-length feature film written, directed, and co-produced by Native Americans, weaves a tale of fathers, friends, and forgiveness that captures the Native American experience while also transcending it to relate a poignant, universal, and contemporary story.
Presented by Snoqualmie Tribe, Snoqualmie Tobacco Company & Liquor Store, and Snoqualmie Casino
June 1, 20134:00 pm
at the Harvard Exit Theater
located at 807 E. Roy St., Seattle, WA 98102
In SIFF Education's and Longhouse Media's SuperFly Filmmaking Experience workshop, filmmakers and actors aged 13 to 19 showcase their skills, collaborate with other artists, and premier original work at Seattle International Film Festival. Now in our 8th year!
Fly Filmmaking challenges local, independent filmmakers by condensing the filmmaking process into a tight production schedule with limitations imposed on time, funds, and other resources. Completed projects debut at the annual Seattle International Film Festival.
An extremely artistic, creative, and stimulating form of filmmaking in which filmmakers and actors are able to showcase their skills, collaborate with other artists, and premiere their work at the Festival. Based on the incredibly short duration of time allotted to the filmmakers and actors, this process can be referred to as "on the fly," hence the name: Fly Filmmaking.
The film screening is at 4:00 pm on June 1st at the Harvard Exit. You would need to purchase tickets a head of time. Here is the link:
The films will be made by Native students ages 13-19 and will be very appropriate. Suquamish is our host community this year so there will be a lot of South Sound folks coming up. It would be awesome to have your Puyallup students and we can make contact with them. It think seeing the films will inspire them to do work with us if that is something you are interested in...but big picture I think it is pretty cool to for young people to see their own kind making movies and watching them in a big theater! The program will be for 90 minutes.
Seniors...we need your input!
We would like to feature you on this SWIFT website and
also in our monthly newsletter. We want to recognize
your achievements and hear about your post-high school plans.
Do your plans include: college/university/community college,
vocational, technical, or trade school, job/career,
internship/apprenticeship, military, volunteering, or other.
Please complete the Senior Information Form found under the
Documents Tab and return it to the school main office.
We are planning a Graduation Celebration in your honor on
Wednesday, June 5, 2013.
We would like your help in planning this celebration,
so please share your thoughts by completing the
Senior Graduation Celebration Survey
under the Documents Tab and return it as soon as possible
to your school main office so they can send it to us
through the district courier.
Thank you in advance for your participation!
Science Dome Show Schedule:
*Shows start with ½ hour of live presentation followed by a fulldome video.
Visit us at Piercecollegedome.com
Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PierceCollegeScienceDome
Hope to see you soon at the Science Dome!
Hillary Stephens, PhD
Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Science Dome Coordinator
Pierce College – Fort Steilacoom
9401 Farwest Dr SW
Lakewood, WA 98498
Office: Rainier 264
Don't miss out on the great summer opportunities available!
See information below and also
check out the Documents Tab!
ATTENTION MONTHLY PERFECT ATTENDANCE STUDENTS!!
If you have received any Sonic Drive-In coupons,
please disregard the expiration date on them or cross it out.
The manager at Sonic assured us that the coupons are good and
they will honor them. She said they do not go by the expiration dates.
So, please use your coupons! You earned them!
The general goals of HOIST are:
Objectives for achieving the HOIST goals include:
Each spring, approximately 15-20 NA high school students from the Northwest, primarily Idaho, are selected to participate in research in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math in the HOIST summer program. The program includes project-based math, English, and science classes, as well as activities and presentations put on by researchers, instructors, professionals, and other experts. Students also go on field trips that are relevant to these fields of study and participate in internships with University of Idaho research groups and Moscow businesses.
participants in the program range from high school freshmen to
graduated seniors. Students eligible for admittance include those
who have completed the 9th, 10th, or 11th grade, as well as
graduated seniors who have committed to attending the University of
Idaho the following fall. Students apply by submitting a completed
application either online or by mail. The program seeks high
achieving students who have demonstrated interest in the STEM
fields and who desire to continue their development of STEM
interests, knowledge and skills. Selection criteria focuses on
demonstrated interest and potential, as well as intent to pursue
post-secondary studies. Student selections are made by HOIST staff.
Students accepted into the HOIST program must meet certain
circumstances that prevent students from meeting this requirement
are taken into consideration.
Information and online applications are available at: www.idahohoist.com
Deadline to apply is May 17, 2013
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