The TRRU Unit has now evolved to the Tribal Student Achievement, Relations, and Resiliency or TSARR, as we have absorbed the AISA unit positions. We will always work to build relationships and understandings within the Office of Public Instruction (OPI) and Montana school districts to incorporate Tribal voice, share resources and build connections through consultation on matters affecting American Indian students.
We hold important roles as a team and provide support and resources when called upon. The Tribal Consultation work bring our Sovereign leaders into a supportive roles as they further engaged in their youth population within education. We strive to unifying the strength of the Tribe and District to benefit the youth. Relationships and resiliency is important as we work with our Communities, Knowledge Keepers, Youth, and Leaders and celebrate our efforts around our Tribal identity and what each Tribe and individual member deem as success. One thing we know, is we know nothing but we will work diligently to support and lift our youth through the guidance of our leaders.