SRES Celebrates Native American Recognition Days

SRES Celebrates Native American Recognition Days
Posted on 11/17/2017
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A huge shout out goes to the Education Native Language Culture team for planning three days of truly amazing NARD events Nov. 15-17.

Students, staff and families engaged in all sorts of activities meant to instill a sense of awe and pride in our precious Indigenous cultures.

Check out some of the photos taken by SRES staff, which feature teachers and staff from across Salt River Schools and the Community showcasing skills and stories from their respective tribal cultures.

Mava sape!

A staff member leads several students in using their hands to creating shapes out of yarn, which everyone is holding up to a bright window.

A teacher and two students review the tribal flags of students in an entire classroom, which are posted on a hallway display board.

A Community employee who also engages with students and schools on a daily basis teaches students traditional movement from his culture while teachers look on.

A young student shows her homemade, Navajo-inspired loom.

Young students learn to make and work with dough, often used when making frybread or chumeth.

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