November 2016 SCTCA TANF Newsletter

SCTCA Newsletter

Articles

  • Native American Students Attend College & Career Expo
  • SCTCA TANF Students Participate In Annual Reading Award Program
  • In the Footsteps of Crazy Horse
  • Dream The Impossible Logo Contest Deadline 12/10/2016
  • Dispatches: Japan
  • In November, A Celebration of Native American Heritage
  • Pre-Schoolers Visit A Colorful Pumpkin Patch
  • The New Trail of Tears: A Stark Revelation of Native American Life On Reservations
  • Save the Date - California's American Indian & Indigenous Film Festival

News Type

Newsletter

Program

Tribal TANF
Pala Tribal TANF
San Diego Tribal TANF
Escondido Tribal TANF
Manzanita Tribal TANF
Santa Ynez Tribal TANF

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