Skykomish Valley Indian Education

Skykomish Valley Indian Education (SVIE) is a federally funded three district consortium program serving Native American/Alaska Native students in Monroe, Snohomish and Sultan School Districts.

The focus of the SVIE program is for both academic support and cultural activities and includes a wide range of opportunities for Native American/Alaska Native youth including additional reading and math support, events such as Heritage Day, the annual Traditional Pow Wow, and regularly scheduled parent meetings.

Eligible students:

  • are those in preschool through 12th grade attending a public school in one of the districts in the consortium. Preschool children are only eligible if they are enrolled in the district’s preschool program and are receiving a free (no tuition) public education
     
  • must provide proof of tribal membership for the child, the child’s parent, or the child’s grandparent

To learn more about the SVIE program, student eligibility process, and/or about events and activities, contact:
Marlene (Mars) Miller, Family Liaison-Coordinator: millerm@monroe.wednet.edu


Upcoming Meetings 

Thursday, November 17th: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Agenda | Zoom Link


SVIE Non-Profit Parent Organization Bylaws

Title VI Indian Parent Committee Bylaws

2022-23 Scheduled Board Meetings