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The students at Springville Jr. High are learning how to bead earrings. Jamie Watchman was our special guest on Friday. Jamie is a local American Indian artisan and UVU graduate. She gave us many beading tips that have worked for her, and she also showed us some examples of her beadwork. Thank you, Jamie! We really appreciate you taking time out of your day to support public education and American Indian students.
Seniors, have you filled out your FAFSA? This is the first step to securing financially aid for college, come into lab if you need to do this! -Eileen Quintana
Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm. Where is it?
Utah Valley University. UVU has been generous enough to allow us to have this event in the Grand Ballroom. What age is this event targeted towards?
This event is intended for students in 7th-12th grade. However, 7th and 8th graders will recieve their award in May at our district awards recogntion night. How is my child nominated for an award?
A Title VI Representative will meet with your student during our monthly Native Club at their school to nominate your student for an award. If you would like to nominate your own child for an award please do so by filling out this nomination form, and email it to Eileen Quintana. A Title VI Representative will also hand out permission slips. If you did not receive on it can be download here. Where are the pick-up locations? MNJHS, SAJHS, SFJHS, and SHS Lunch will be provided for the students who participate. Transportation will be available for students who would like to attend. This event is made possible by a partnership with Utah State Board of Education Title VI. Thank you, Nebo Title VI Staff
To make a donation or volunteer at this event please click the on following link:
Volunteer link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0E4CABA82CA0FB6-20191
Donation link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0E4CABA82CA0FB6-2019
Students from the Nebo Title VI Program had the opportunity to participate in American Indian Caucus Day at the Utah State Capitol. Students were able to visit the Transcontinental Railroad Exhibit, witnessed Legislators discuss the proposed idea of having Utah Navajo Code Talker Day, and met with Tribal Leaders.
Many of the students said they enjoyed the field trip, and want to go again next year. Koa Lee from Springville Jr High mentioned that she enjoyed seeing Legislators unanimously vote to pass August 14, 2019, as Utah Navajo Code Talker Day. Aiyana Sherman mentioned that her favorite part of the field trip was seeing all the beautiful artwork on the walls of the capitol. Two American Indian Seniors, Macy Redhouse from Salem Hills, and Andrew Yazzie from Springville High were selected to shadow a Legislator for the day.
Native Club Members,
The Nebo Title VI Program is looking for some volunteers on the evening of February 28th. We are looking for volunteers to help make fry bread, transport fry bread from the cooking area to the serving area, serve food, and help with clean up at the end of the event. Volunteer shifts will be about an hour in length. We need help starting from 6 pm until 8 pm that night. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are available to volunteer or sign up here.