Events and Announcements

  • Century School-Based Health Center Summer Schedule


  • JUNE ACTIVITIES in the community

  • JUNE 14-16, 2024 - Delta Park Powwow

  • JUNE 27-30, 2024 - Pi-Ume-Sha Treaty Days Powwow

  • JULY ACTIVITIES in the community

  • JULY 27, 2024 - Living Waters Traditional Powwow

  • AUGUST ACTIVITIES in the community

  • AUGUST 16-18, 2024 - Grand Ronde Contest Powwow


  • Apply to the Science Warrior Fellowship! (18+ Adults)

    Do you have a STEM research project in mind on how to address environmental issues in your community? Worried about funding or not having the training just yet? This fellowship is for you!
    The Science Warrior Fellowship is open to Indigenous Peoples who are passionate about environmental health concerns caused by development and colonialism in Indigenous communities, focusing on projects that could protect communities and lands. Science-based interventions are crucial in direct action efforts to protect Mother Earth.
    We are looking for Indigenous scientist organizers who will lead their own grassroots research aimed to protect the land and improve global health. A Science Warrior Fellow is a self-motivated individual that utilizes science and organizing to protect and promote the health and well-being of Mother Earth.
    We welcome applicants dedicated to addressing issues in their communities through science-driven projects rooted in Indigenous Peoples' Rights, with the ultimate principle of returning lands to Indigenous hands. This fellowship is open to non-traditional students and non-student activists, so don’t hesitate to apply!
    Fellows will receive a stipend and additional funding for research materials, gas, transportation, and other expenses as well as participate in regular check-ins and workshops, with one speaker per month covering different topics relevant to their projects.
    Applications are due July 19. Apply now:
    Email for any questions or inquiries.
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  • HSD Educational Equity Advisory Committee (EEAC) 

    HSD is currently accepting applications for its Educational Equity Advisory Committee (EEAC), whose role it is to make recommendations to the Superintendent and Board of Directors on matters related to equity and corresponding practices. Intentional efforts will be made to ensure the diversity of identities and experiences in the community is reflected in committee membership. Please apply by Friday, Jun. 28.


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  • Barbara Francom
    Barbara Francom
    Title VI Coordinator
    Native American & Alaska Native
    Education Program

    Olga Acuña
    Director of Federal Programs

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