Lower Elwha Education and Culture
Lower Elwha Education Departments
(Klallam Language and Culture, K-12, Higher Ed, and Tribal Library)
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Friday, October 25, 2013

A River Returns

Lovely new video about our favorite topic. Video story by Michael James Warner, as shown on KQED.

Schedules, Recognitions, & So On

The After School Program has returned to its regular schedule. There will be no afterschool program on Halloween.

The library's regularly scheduled hours will be 11AM to 3 PM, Monday to Friday. It may be open earlier or later if Tracey is available. The library will be closed on Halloween.

The math tutors are in the library every week, Mondays from 9-11AM and Fridays from 2-4 PM.

Governor Inslee's has proclaimed November to be American Indian Heritage Month. A number of events are scheduled around the state.

Mo (Maurice) Charles is the very first recipient of a new recognition program at Port Angeles High School to recognize individuals nominated for going “above and beyond” their usual duties in making their school a better place, overcoming obstacles, or in achieving something noteworthy. He was "pinned" by the committee recognizing his assistance to Crystal who uses a wheelchair. Mo helps make sure Crystal and her aid can get into and out of buildings easier. He also was complimented for his academic turnaround as he has increased his attendance and completed required assignments.

Monday, October 21, 2013

We're back!!!!

A little uncertain as to schedules and plans. The library will be open at least 10AM to 3PM daily. We will plan out all the rest of it as fast as we can, and keep you posted. Meanwhile, here we are.

Low Tide on the River on October 13. (Click for larger image).
Thank you to Sue Hayek, Tom Roorda, and Coastal Watershed Institute for sharing this image.

Friday, October 4, 2013

#shutdown

Due to the government shutdown, the Education Department is closed. We don't know when we will be back. Watch Facebook for updated information.