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    Tel: 206-252-0948

    Gail T. Morris

    Jenny Miller
    Liaison K-5

    Adriel Foxley
    Huchoosedah Native American
    Family Support Worker

    Boo Balkan Foster
    Šǝqačib Classroom
    Teacher Chief Sealth HS
    /Denny MS

    Georgina Badoni
    Consulting Teacher, 1st semester
    Teacher Nathan Hale HS
    Šǝqačib Classroom, 2nd semester

    Stacia Hawkinson
    Seneca, Iroquois
    Huchoosedah Consulting Teacher (K-5)
    NE, Central, and SE Regions 

    Lauren Fonoimoana
    High School Reentry/Intervention Specialist

    Renée Remlinger
    Tee MLIS


    Gail T. Morris, Native American Education Program Manager

    Gail T. Morris, is NuuChahNulth FN, Ahousat Band.  She started her career as the Title Vll Coordinator in the Edmonds School District #15 for six years and taught 5th grade for her practicum.  She also worked for the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe at the Muckleshoot Tribal School where she taught fourth grade for four years.  Here she was on the Leadership Team, Accreditation Team, PLC Leadership Team, Instructional Team Leader grades 3-5, Since Time Immemorial Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum Trainer, Culture and Language Leadership Team, and Middle School Co-ed Soccer Team Coach.  Gail also worked at the Muckleshoot Tribal College as the Muckleshoot Occupational Skills Training (MOST) Instructor.  She also participates in Tribal Journeys and travels with her canoe family on Vancouver Island, BC.

    Boo Balkan Foster, Huchoosedah Certificated HS Teacher

    While in graduate school Boo was recruited by Seattle Public Schools.  She has been an educator for Seattle Schools for over two decades.  She is currently partnering with Chief Sealth International High School and Denny International Middle School as the classroom teacher for Title VII/Huchoosedah’s, Native American Education Program.  Huchoosedah is excited about this partnership and Boo is honored to do the work. She is passionate about her students and believes in the art of teaching and the transformative power of education. Boo ensures  Identity Safety in her classes and promotes a commitment to academic excellence.

    Dr. Georgina Badoni, Consulting Teacher

    Ya’at’éé, I am Georgina Badoni, certified consulting teacher with Huchoosedah Indian Education Program and Seqacib classroom teacher at Nathan Hale. I am an enrolled member of the Diné Nation (Navajo Nation) from Northern Arizona. My family moved from Tucson Arizona over a year ago, leaving behind 100+ degree weather and desert creepy-crawlers. I am grateful to be working with our Native students and families, but also continue to our partnership with SPS Visual Arts Department to teach Native American visual arts from Indigenous perspective. The collaborative efforts of both departments will examine teaching practices that deconstructs stereotyping and misrepresentations of Native Americans from the historical lens that disempowers Native peoples. 
    Ahé hee’ (Thank You) 

    Adriel Foxley - Huchoosedah Native American Family Support Worker

    Henci (Hello) I am Black Indian; descendant Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. This 2018-19 school year I will be based out of John Stanford Education Excellence Center serving all schools as a Referral Service Model (RSM). I will only be out serving schools only 1 day each week so I can service more students. My goal for this school year is to assist more middle and high school students gaining access community resources and refer more families to housing resources. Please feel free to contact me with any questions/concerns and I will be in touch within two school days. My email is, office phone is 206-252-0257. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve our community.

    Jenny Miller~Aleut, Huchoosedah, K-5 Liaison

    It has been a pleasure visiting new and returning native students and their families in the West Seattle, Magnolia, and Queen Anne region. This year is off to a fantastic start and I am excited about the work and advocacy that we accomplished this month. We are hitting the ground running and making powerful impacts for our families. As we work together with our community providing services, I feel this will be our best year yet. I am looking forward to our community events and feel blessed by the renewed support and growth of our programs. Administration, teachers, community members, and parents are actively engaged for student success. I am thankful for you. Contact me at 

    Stacia Hawkinson Seneca, Iroquois Huchoosedah Consulting Teacher (K-5) NE, Central, and SE Regions

    I am excited to have the opportunity to provide support to our Native students, their teachers, and families this year! Some of you may know me from the Huchoosedah Summer Literacy Program for our elementary students. I have also taught in the Seattle Public School District for over ten years; I have taught both middle and high school at Interagency, Whitman Middle School, and Franklin High School. My parents moved to Southern California from back east before I was born and I spent most of my life and teaching career in the Inland Empire. I moved to south Seattle because of my love for diversity and now call the North West my home. Thank you for welcoming me and know that I am committed to your students’ success!
    Lauren Nabahe Fonoimoana, High School Reentry/ Intervention Specialist

    Penaho (Hello) my name is Lauren Nabahe Fonoimoana. I am a 25-year-old Native American Woman and am Paiute-Shoshone, Navajo and Mono. I am a member of the federally recognized Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone tribe in Southern California. I grew up most of my childhood on the Paiute-Shoshone reservation before moving to Utah for high school and college. I have been married for 2 years now to my husband Joel Fonoimoana. We met whilst at Brigham Young University as members of a Multicultural performing arts group. I have a bachelor’s in Athletic Training and have long desired to attain a job that allows me to service my fellow Native American people, namely the youth. I love any outdoor activities especially mountain biking and rock climbing as well as beading and dancing the traditional dances of my people. 

    Renée Remlinger-Tee, MLIS

    Renée received a Master of Library and Information Science degree from UW's Information School and a B.A. in Speech Communication-Journalism from Miami University in Ohio. She's passionate about connecting people and information, whether it's supporting SPS students, teachers, and staff or project-based work involving classification, research, and information organization. Previously, she was a librarian and information professional at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle, Amazon, and ZymoGenetics and a student librarian in UW's Engineering Library during her MLIS  program. Before changing careers and attending the iSchool, she worked for 10 years in the branding/design field. Her not-so-guilty pleasure is searching for excellent, second-hand books to donate to kids and schools who need them.