You can find information about local facilities offering vaccine doses and boosters and order your free test kit right here.
Johns Hopkins has put together some updated school safety fact sheets that can be shared with those in your community. The information provides methods that can be taken and have been taken by your schools for maintaining a safe school environment.
Native peoples are invited to take the survey before January 31, 2022. This is your chance to make sure your voice, perspectives, and opinions on critical issues are present
[OERS]) is conducting a study to determine viable recommendations to address the challenges and issues for students, parents/guardians, and school personnel as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
Please fill out our survey so that we can better understand the needs of Indian education. Thank you for your cooperation.
We would like to share information about a research study with you on behalf of the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health. The study is called Project SafeSchools. More information here.
12 weekly workshops for fathers to increase economic stability, positive parenting and healthy relationships.
Developmental Assessment for ages 3-5 at the old primary school cafeteria. Find assessment dates and more information here.
Navajo Family Assistance Services provides information on the Navajo School Clothing and Supplies program
The Navajo Family Assistance Services (NFAS) provides financial assistance for eligible school age Navajo children to purchase clothing and supplies, of their choice, in an effort to promote school attendance, encourage academic performance, and support self-confidence.