In the photo: Interim Superintendent Dr. Dave Goldtooth (top, left) addressed the audience with a message centered on teachers, students and their communities. He expressed his sentiments in the Diné language about the importance of unity and appreciation for self and others.
CCSD would like to thank everyone that came to participate in the U.S. Capitol Tree festivities on November 13, 2019. It wouldn’t have been a successful program without you. Let us highlight the wonderful work done by Ojo Amarillo’s 3rd grade classes and Shiprock High’s hosting and decorations. Thank you Ms. Harwood-Johnson, Ms. Shone, Ms. Rockefeller, and principals Dr. Pandora Mike and John Tohtsoni Jr. #OneVisionOneMission
Our thanks to Board President, Charlie T. Jones, Jr., Board Vice-President, Ruthda W. Thomas, Board Secretary, Christina J. Aspaas, board members Adam Jerome Begaye and Sheldon Pickering, and Navajo Nation Second Lady, Dottie Lizer, for your messages to our students. Also, our greatest appreciation to the law enforcement officers that took the time to support our celebrations, Carson National Forest and Choose Outdoors.
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