Seems there is always something to do in Great Falls.
This weekend we had the great privilege to attend the inter-tribal youth Pow Wow at the Paris Gibson Learning Center, and we were not at all disappointed. The event lasted all afternoon and into the early evening and hosted some pretty amazing talent. We had a blast, and so did the kids. The fun and the Fry-Bread was had by all.
The inter-tribal youth Pow Wow is only just a portion of how involved our school district really is with our kids — Promoting positive cultural activities like this causes all of us, old and young, to come away with a better understanding of just how diverse our community really is —
Events like these are an asset inasmuch as they help to further strengthen the bonds of our community as they might relate to who we really are in Northcentral Montana — and as well help to further promote the advancement of our area’s proud Native American tradition and heritage —
The Indian Education Department at GFPS houses the Federal Title VII Program as well as the Indian Education For All Instructional/Implementation Coaches. The program also houses a large American Indian Resource Library.
The Indian Education Department at GFPS is responsible for the Federal Title VII Program as well coordinating with Indian Education For All to meet the academic and cultural needs of American Indian Students and to provide high quality Professional Development to teachers so that they can meet their Constitutional obligations to infuse American Indian content into all of their curriculum
If you would like to know more about the Great Falls Public School District Indian Education Department you can visit 2400 Central Ave, Great Falls, Montana, or you can call (406) 268-6669 — You can also visit their Facebook page here:
… and until next time, Happy Trails