Ms. Jarrell's 4th Graders Visit Hibulb Cultural Center
Students will tour cultural center, visit a real Longhouse, and learn about artifacts from local NW Tribes
Thanks to a fully funded STARS grant award of approximately $630, visiting Tulalip Hibulb Cultural Center will be a culmination to Ms. Jarrel’s 4th grade class’s Native American Unit on NW Native Tribes.
This field trip includes a tour of the cultural center, visiting a real longhouse and learning about different native artifacts from the NW Native Tribes. Students will see how local, current Native Americans such as the Tulalip Tribe are celebrating and sharing about their cultural background, showing students how important remembering our history is. In addition, Ms. Jarrell's fourth graders will get a closer look at the life-giving resources, tools and methods of the Tulalip people through a variety of hands-on activities and touchable artifacts.
*Total award amount is an estimate. Final numbers will not be available until all receipts have been submitted and projects completed.
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