It's too easy to get caught up in the craze of today’s world

Get the kids to bed! Research says 8 to 10 hours a night! Is that why we had a meltdown at the grocery store today? Is the baby going to sleep tonight? How on earth am I going to function at work? Did I buy diapers?... read more

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has identified the Sacred Little Ones Initiative as an exemplary funded program.

They are in the process of producing a film about racial equity in education, featuring the Sacred Little Ones project and Northwest Indian College's very own Shelley Macy, Sacred Little Ones Principal Investigator... read more

This Kid is Good

During my trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico, I did a lot of things for the first time. I went on my first plane ride, rode on tramway for the first time, and attended my first conference. This experience was the best... read more

NWIC Graduate / Early Childhood Educator Accepted to The Brazelton Touchpoints Leadership Institute

Ruth Elgin, a graduate of NWIC's Associate of Applied Science Transfer in Early Childhood Education Degree Program, was recently accepted to the Brazelton Touchpoints Leadership Institute.

Sacred Little One’s Professional Learning Communities

At the November Sacred Little One's Professional Learning Community, we had the unique opportunity to meet for a print-making workshop with Ramon Murillo, Art Instructor at Northwest Indian College. This experience... read more

Director of NWIC Early Learning Center visits Iḷisaġvik College

On October 19th, 2014 Alicia Allard, Director of NWIC Early Learning Center, traveled to Barrow, Alaska to visit Iḷisaġvik College on behalf of the NWIC Sacred Little Ones team.

DEL Tribal Early Care and Education Conference 2014

On August 12th-14th 2014 staff and administrators from Sacred Little Ones supported program at Lummi Childcare, Lummi Head Start and the Northwest Indian College Early Learning Center attended the 2014 Tribal Early... read more

The Wakanyeja “Sacred Little Ones” early childhood education initiative is for
and by the Lummi Community’s children and families


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