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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

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JOM Parental Cost Form

Need Help With School Supplies? Glasses? APPLY!

Tue Sep 14 09:11 PM

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2021-2022 Parent Learning Experience Survey

Please take our survey to give input on your experience with PUSD

Tue Sep 07 03:26 PM

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2021 Navajo Nation School Clothing & Supplies Program

Come by our Office at PUSD or Register Online Here:

Tue Sep 07 03:22 PM

MISSION & VISION OF THE OFFICE OF NATIVE LANGUAGE & CULTURAL PROGRAMS

The Page Unified School District Office of Native Language & Cultural Programs strives to support and help our Native Students succeed.  We strive to meet this goal by:

  • Providing language and cultural support to our educators and administration
  • Providing language and cultural knowledge to our families to encourage learning at home
  • Develop programs and events that help Native Students connect with their language and culture
  • Providing assistance to our Native Students directly to help their success
  • Partnering with all PUSD stakeholders to ensure our Native Students are considered in every decision

Funding of the Office of Native Language and Cultural Programs at PUSD is provided by Johnson O'Malley and Title VI federal programs.  We also work in coordination with Children Incorporated to help our Native Students with additional personal needs assistance. 

MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS


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September Newsletter

Updates from NLCP and IEC

Tue Sep 14 09:43 PM

Natives at Horsehoe
NA AzM2 data
NA AzM2 Data 2

Community Updates

Monthly Newsletters

Documents

'Asta Biyaazh Chapter Updates

"Asta Biyaazh & Woozhch'iid Community Updates

How to see current COVID-19 numbers in PUSD

Shout out to PUSD from Navajo Nation President & Miss Navajo

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The PUSD Indian Education Committee governs the programs of the Office of Native Languages and Culture.  The Committee has representation from each community that PUSD serves which includes LeChee (Lichii'i), Coppermine (Beesh Haageed), Bodaway/Gap (Tsinaabaas Habitiin) , Kaibeto (K'ai'Bii'To), Ts'ah Bii Kin (InscriptionHouse), and The City of Page.  Funding that supports the Office of Native Languages and Culture are Johnson O'Malley (JOM), Title VI, and Children's Incorporated.  

Indian Education Committee Membership Listing
Johnson O'Malley Program, Title VI and Children Inc.
Page Unified School District #8 (revised 1.25.2021)

MONTHLY INDIAN EDUCATION COMMITTEE JOM MEETING (JUNE 2021)
PUSD Cultural Heritage Night virtual video

PUSD Cultural Heritage Night

A Navajo woman wearing traditional dress.
Navajo students wearing traditional clothing.
Navajo studenters performing a traditional dance.
A Navajo student performing a hoop dance.
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Navajo Word of the Day. Nov. 20: Aoo

Navajo Word of the Day: Aoo

Navajo Word of the Day. Nov. 19: Yiiya

Navajo Word of the Day: Yiiya

Navajo Word of the Day. Nov. 18: Yaadila

Navajo Word of the Day: Yaadila

Navajo Word of the Day. Nov. 17: Hago

Navajo Word of the Day: Hago

Navajo Word of the Day. Nov. 16: Woshdee

Navajo Word of the Day: Woshdee

Navajo Word of the Day. Nov. 13: Taa Shqqdi
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Navajo Word of the Day. Nov. 12: Hagoonee
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Navajo Word of the Day. Nov. 10: Ahehee
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Navajo Word of the Day. Nov. 9: Hola
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Navajo Word of the Day for Nov. 6: Jini 

Word of the Day: Jini

Navajo Word of the Day: Yeego