For the 10th year, Tuba City Unified School District (TCUSD) transportation staff coordinated to draw names for five families to receive a special turkey meal kit the week before Thanksgiving.
Bobby Greeley and Gilbert Edgewater, 1960s graduates, selected as first members to receive award
Bobby Greeley and Gilbert Edgewater, alumni of Tuba City High School were recently honored at halftime during a Warrior football home game for their personal contributions and commitment to their home town high school.
Students, parents, relatives and staff members at Tuba City High enjoyed a week of homecoming activities including a community parade and football game.
This month, the ADE (Arizona Department of Education) posted the final scores for all area schools participating in AzMERIT testing.
Founded in 2001 by the Grand Canyon Music Festival, the NACAP (Native American Composers Apprenticeship Program) has had overwhelming success as the only Native music composer program for high school aged American Indian students in the nation.
All throughout the country and especially in remote reservation areas, high school football teams are an extension of the communities in which they live.
Tuba City’s new state of the art elementary school is on schedule to be completed in time for winter 2017 after 18 months of construction.
The Navajo Nation honored 147 high school students for their exceptional academic excellence by awarding them a Chief Manuelito Scholarship.
Each year, most parents look to find a rock solid summer camp learning experience that will enrich their children’s lives and academic growth and tribal parents are no exception.
Vaugh Jackson, a recent graduate of Tuba City High School, was awarded Male Track Athlete of the Year by the Navajo Times.