Tinisha Rose Quintana

Submitted by brenda.beyal on Fri, 04/22/2016 - 16:05

Tinisha Rose Quintana is the daughter of Richard and Eileen Quintana.  She is Navajo/Ute and is a senior at Maple Mountain High School. Her friends describe her as crazy, “savage,” funny and friendly.  In her free time she likes to do art, play strategy games and sports.  Her favorite sports are soccer and lacrosse.  And her favorite subject in school is Art. Jethro Gillespie has been an awesome art mentor for her.  She was able to show a piece in the High School Art Show at the Springville Museum of Art this past winter.

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Photo by Eileen Quintana

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Raven Sky Billie - Maple Mountain High School

Submitted by brenda.beyal on Tue, 04/12/2016 - 16:58

Meet Raven Billie, a senior at Maple Mountain High School.  Raven is Navajo/Caucasian.  She is the daughter of Natalie and Monte Billie.  Her friends describe her as funny, shy and athletic. She loves to play soccer and is very good at it.  Soccer is her favorite sport.  She hopes to go into the medical field, maybe that's why her favorite TV show is Grey's Anatomy.  Raven likes all kinds of foods but sushi.  Her color of choice is sea foam green.

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Chelsea Thompson - Maple Mountain High School

Submitted by brenda.beyal on Tue, 04/12/2016 - 16:32

Chelsea will soon be graduating from Maple Mountain High School.  She is 3/4 Navajo and 1/4 Caucasian. Her parents are Darrick and Christy Thompson. Those who know her would say she is helpful, energetic, chill and random.   She likes to draw, listen to music and spend time with family and friends.

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Photo by Christy Thompson

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American Indian Leadership Conference

Submitted by brenda.beyal on Mon, 03/21/2016 - 12:09

Last Thursday evening, our students participated in the Title VII American Indian Leadership Conference held at Jordan High School in Sandy, Utah.  The theme for the conference was, “Voices of the Future.”  The keynote address by Dr. Orrenzo Snyder M.D., Navajo-Dine’ gave timeless advice and encouragement to all in attendance as he spoke about lending a powerful voice to the future.

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Photos by Christy Thompson, Brenda Beyal

Junior and Senior Scholarship Workshop

Submitted by brenda.beyal on Tue, 03/08/2016 - 12:13

Calling all Juniors, Seniors and their parents!  Come to the scholarship workshop on Wednesday, March 9th at Larsen Elementary to receive invaluable information on how to pay for your college education.  Michelle Sanchez will be presenting on how to find, plan, prepare and obtain scholarships.  She has vast knowledge and expertise on how to present yourself in an application and will give detailed information on how to navigate the scholarship race.  You will leave with greater confidence in yourself and in your chances of receiving help with your education.

First Thunder - Navajo Tradition

Submitted by brenda.beyal on Mon, 02/22/2016 - 05:38

Eileen Quintana wrote on her Facebook Page, "I hear the roar of First Thunder here in Utah Valley sha'alchini! Stretch your bodies like you do early in the morning when you are waking up, soon the bears, snakes and spiders will awake too.  It is the end of winter and spring is on the way?"

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Eileen Quintana Facebook Post