Nizhónígo Nee Ado’ááł (Have a beautiful day)

Liv Dial-Title VI Princess
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Each year, the Nebo Title VI Program holds a pageant during June. Several girls within the program compete for the title of Princess and Jr. Princess. Some of the requirements include: introducing themselves in their native language, sharing a talent, and be interviewed by the judges.

This year, Olivia Dial of Springville was named Nebo Title VI Princess. Liv is such a sweet girl who is kind and respectful to all. Liv spends her free time volunteering in her community and church organization.

Shaela Boyer of Springville was named Nebo Title VI Jr. Princess. Shaela is a fun-loving girl whose family adores her. Shaela has spent many hours volunteering in this program. She is a fantastic dancer and quite the runner.

Both girls will spend the next year helping out the Nebo Title VI program and representing the program at pow-wows and community events.  

Photo Credit: Brandy Dial

To read Alfredo Quintana's spotlight and poem please visit this website

If you are interested in participating in this poetry/art contest you can find more information here

Navajo Language Class Offered in Nebo School District
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Attention 9th-12th grade students!

Are you interested in learning the Navajo Langauge? The class will be held on Tuesdays from 4-6 pm at Larsen Elementary, starting in September until February. This course will give you 1.0 high school credit. If you like to take this class, please fill out an application here.

Potential Chief Manuelito Applicants (Navajo students): this course will fulfill the requirement of taking Navajo Language in high school. For more information about this scholarship program visit ONNSFA's website

The Nebo Title VI Program invites you to attend The Weaver's Stories. This event will be held Tuesday, September 10th at Red Butte Garden. Please visit this website for more information. 

If you are interested in applying to become a Dream Starter please visit this website

Application are due: 11. 14. 19

"5 years ago, Running Strong launched the Dreamstarter® Program to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Billy Mills’ Olympic victory. Since its inception, the program has been more successful than we could have ever imagined. Running Strong has given away over $500,000 in grants to fifty amazing Native youth from 37 tribal nations and 24 states.

What was originally designed to be a five-year pilot program has become an essential part of Running Strong. We are SO excited to see it continue year after year, and today is the day we launch the next year of the Dreamstarter® Program: Dreamstarter® 2020!

Dreamstarter® 2020 will focus on dreams revolving around the theme Health & Wellness. To apply, visit:https://indianyouth.org/Dreamstarter."

Please download the August Newsletter.

Back to School Night- August 19th

The Nebo Title VI program invites you to join us on August 19th for a Back to School Night. This event will allow students to re-connect with other American Indian students within the district, discuss Native club and after-school enrichment, and much more. There will be a backpack giveaway, however, there is a limited quantity so come early. 

Congratulation to Daish Beck, a recent Nebo School District high school graduate for being a Chief Manuelito scholarship recipient for 2019-2020! This a very prestigious scholarship. Students must receive an eligible ACT score, must have passed Navajo Language and Government, maintain a 3.0 GPA throughout high school, and be an enrolled member of the Navajo Tribe. Students who meet these criteria are awarded $7,000 per academic year to cover direct educational expenses of attending college or a university. Daisha, Nebo School District and the Title VI Program are proud of you and wish you the best of luck in furthering your education. 

To learn more about this scholarship program: https://onnsfa.org/chief-manuelito

http://www.navajo-nsn.gov/News%20Releases/OPVP/2019/july/FOR%20IMMEDIATE...

 

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