Tuba City Junior High Principal, Dr. Melissa Bilagody announced the final list of junior high students who made the A Honor Roll listing:
The Hopi High School radio broadcast, news video and journalism clubs are raising money to attend the National Journalism Education Association conference in Seattle, Washington, April 6-9.
Each year, Tuba City Primary holds several grade level pageants for new princess royalty to represent their school in local and public community events in Tuba City and beyond.
The Hopi High School broadcast radio program won three awards at the Arizona Interscholastic Press Association (AIPA) Conference Oct. 27 at Arizona State University.
The Holbrook High School Student Council organized a trunk-or-treat community activity Oct. 26 in the Holbrook High School student parking lot.
The music man has returned to Hopi Jr/Sr High School. Music teacher Thomas Irwin has returned because of his love of teaching music to students on the Hopi Reservation.
Tuba City won its homecoming game against Chinle and the week of activity was capped off by the annual Warrior parade through uptown with a sea of warrior green on alums, parents, grandparents and community members.
The construction of Tuba City’s new digital, sustainable school is moving along with construction of more classrooms, a multi-purpose building, gym area, an auditorium stage and cafeteria, including a food preparation and storage area.
The Johnson O’Malley Indian Education Committee (IEC) is looking for five members to serve on a Parent Advisory Committee which will advise the Tuba City Unified School District on student educational and cultural needs.
POLACCA, Ariz. — Hopi High School held a college fair Oct. 7 in the school’s gym to let juniors and seniors know about future possibilities for them after they graduate, including starting an application for college.
Even though tribal language and culture are extremely important to Tuba City Unified School District (TCUSD), Indian Week offers students the opportunity to learn from tribal presenters through presentations and cultural activities.
Tuba City High School students Zoe Burden, Tazbah Elthie, Summer Daw, Xavier Ben and Peyton Nez (not pictured) stand with master teacher and Native composer Michael Begay (far left)
A greenhouse and orchard at Hopi High School has been resurrected by Arlinda Fannin, botany teacher at Hopi High School.
Ten of Tuba City High Schools’ top academic achievers had the distinct honor and privilege to attend the two-week 2016 Stanford Pre-Collegiate International Institute August 16 - 28 in Stanford, California.