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AROUND CAMPUS

This past spring, the new bathrooms on the second floor of the main building were complet-ed. A portion of the renovation expenses was donated by Dallago Corporation. The renovation included completely gutting out the existing community shower room once used by the Sis-ters. Space was then divided into separate re-stroom areas. Students in third grade …

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SMIS EXPANDS NAVAJO LANGUAGE OFFERINGS

This past academic year, the middle school expanded the intermediary curriculum to include sixth-grade Navajo art and seventh-grade Navajo Nation current events. The storytelling project featured students researching an aspect of their heritage then depicting it in art created by them. Most were presentations on Navajo legends however some featured oral stories of family history. …

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Alumni Update: Biakeddy and Denny Help with Pandemic on Navajo Nation

In Fort Defiance, at the John Hopkins Center for American Indian Health, Estar Denny, RN (’01), and Jayme Biakeddy (’12) are part of the organization delivering optimal health and well-being for the local communities. The organization works in partnership with American Indian and Alaska Native communities to improve the health status, self-sufficiency, and health leadership …

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SMIS FOOD SERVICE STAFF FEATURED ON NATIONAL WEBINAR

No Kid Hungry held a nationwide webinar that highlighted back-to-school efforts in tribal communities of how schools are implementing practices to success, fully get meals to kids, review challenges and successes, and explore what are some situations unique to rural and tribal communities. Dee Weber (‘09), School Nutritionist, and Melissa Kee, Food Service Director, represented …

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