Convening of Grantees 2016

Northwest Indian College Restorative Teachings Coordinating Team Members
From left to right: Anna Somerville, Early Childhood Educator; Alexis Ballew, Parent Representative; Nahrin Aziz-Parsons, Project... read more

Restorative Teachings Family Engagement Event: Whole Child Health and Wellness and Securing Families

On May 20, 2016, Northwest Indian College’s (NWIC) Restorative Teachings Initiative Coordinating Team held a family engagement event for the families of children enrolled at NWIC’s Early Learning Center (ELC). The... read more

Whole Child Health and Wellness: Focusing on Child Nutrition and Economic Security with Parents and Families

On May 20, 2016, Northwest Indian College’s Restorative Teachings Early Childhood Education Initiative, in partnership with the NWIC Early Learning Center, hosted a family engagement event, including a luncheon and... read more

Restorative Teachings ECE Initiative May 2016 Blog

Spring is in full bloom here at the Northwest Indian College Early Leaning Center, and the AICF Restorative Teachings Early Childhood Education Initiative is beginning to take shape. We are fortunate to live in a... read more

“Focus on Children”

On February 6, 2016, Bellingham Technical College hosted its annual “Focus on Children” Early Childhood Education conference. This professional development event draws early childhood educators from a five-county... read more

NIWC Sacred Little Ones featured on W.K. Kellogg Foundation's website

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has recently featured the Sacred Little Ones Early Childhood Education Initiative on its website.
Anna Somerville, a recent graduate of the ECE degree program and current teacher at... read more

Reflecting on the National Family and Community Engagement Conference

Two years ago I was a struggling single mother working twelve hour shifts at a child care as preschool teacher making $9.04 an hour. The quality of the center concerned me and so did my future there. I knew that I... 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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