The Nisqually Indian Tribe's education program consists of both education programs for k-12 and an adult education program or
Vocational Education program.   

Short Term Goals
                  1. Provide the Pathways program to all high school students 10 to 12th grade.
                  2. Overcome horrific current WASL scores in conjunction with state goal of
                      “No child Left behind”.

                  3. Advocate to all sectors of education.
                  4. Establishment of education department by identifying resources and services.
                  5. Knowledge of all entities, tribal, public, county, state, and federal levels.
                  6. Integration of library into education department.

Long Term Goals
                  1. To establish sufficient resources i.e., funding, staff, and facility.
                  2. Establishing an educated and trained committee.

Education Program

4820 She-Nah-Num Drive S.E.
Olympia, WA 98513
Phone: (360) 456-5221

Jeff Wall, Education Director

Christine Robbins, Adult Education Counselor
















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