Knik Tribal Council Education and Social Services Department is now accepting applications for Summer Fish Camp! This is a very exciting time of year.
Middle School Group: This is for the kids who are in ANSEP and eligible to participate in our Culture Camp:
Knik Tribal Council would like to congratulate you for being selected for the Mat-Su Borough School District’s Summer Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program. You are invited to apply to become a counselor for our summer culture Fish Camp named Knik Shan Qayeh. The camp dates are Monday, July 22nd through Friday, August 2nd.
The first week of camp involves learning the life cycles of salmon and how to traditionally process the fish. Southcentral Foundation will partner with us addressing curriculum on bullying in schools. The second week you will be assigned to a teacher and serve as youth counselors for elementary students participating in the culture camp.
Elementary School Group:
Knik Tribal Council would like to invite you to apply to our summer culture Fish Camp named Knik Shan Qayeh. We have expanded the number of participants to 100 Alaska native or American Indian students entering grades 1st-6th in the fall of 2013. The camp dates are from Monday, July 29th through Friday, August 2nd. Most of our activities will take place at our Educational Fish site at the end of Knik Goose Bay road. Our focus will be on the life cycles of salmon and how to traditionally process the fish.
Applications for the camp are available at the two separate links below and at our office located at 951 East Bogard Road, Suite 101, Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. Acceptance will be on a first come first serve basis. Completed applications are due June 22nd, 2013. We look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions, please contact Shawna Theodore at 373-7965. Thank you!
Middle School Application
Elementary School Application
Knik Shan Qayeh Flyer
Knik Shan Qayeh Orientation