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Back to school for another great year! Marysville School District No. 25 started back this morning and we were thrilled to see all the bright, shining Tulalip faces that are off to a wonderful start to the year!
Tulalip TV Spotlights Tulalip Tribal Member Ryan Gobin as he takes you behind the scenes of the first Tribal Member owned food truck Ryan’s REZ-ipes. Ryan also goes into detail of his love for food and his passion to cook.
Tulalip provides backpacks and school supplies to all school age tribal members. This year, the back to school bash stayed indoors due to the wildfire smoke, but all the outdoor activities will be re-scheduled for September 5th.
The Tulalip Tutorial/Support Program hosted Robotics Camp for a week in August. For the 3rd year, students participated in Science, Technology, Education, and Engineering, or S.T.E.M. activites that included building and programming Lego robots.
On Thursday, August 16th, Tribal member Leah was honored by the Tulalip Police department as the department’s Chief For the Day! She spent her day in Burien, along with over 30 other children, as she was sworn in and took part in the day’s events. Leah fulfilled her duties brilliantly …
The TERO Vocational Training Center at Tulalip is partnering with Skagit Valley College to bring in a new types of training; marine composite boat repair, and small engine repair. Part 2 of the boat repair course will be held on August 22nd.
Tribal youth participated in the first ever Tribal Teen Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training here in Tulalip. A week long program that prepared these youth to be leaders in the community in the face of disaster.
Longtime Tulalip leader Glen Gobin shares insight on his 15 years on the Tulalip Board of Directors, the history of the First Salmon Ceremony and the importance of preserving tribal history. Hibulb Cultural Center’s Tessa Campbell hosts.