Yá'át'ééh! Lol'mani! Gam'yu!Hello and WelcomeMission StatementProvide culturally responsive educational support that promotes awareness, sensitivity, of indigenous students, through programs that serve students, family, educators and the community.Goals For Students
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- To provide educational college and career readiness skills
- To promote life-long learning while retaining cultural identity.
- To nurture their potential to become successful and productive citizens.
2022-2023 Indian Policies and Procedures
THE INDIAN POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR SY 2022-2023 CAN BE ACCESSED HERE BY CLICKING ON THE PURPLE LINK ABOVE. AN UPDATED VERSION HAS BEEN UPLOADED AS OF 1/9/2023 IN RESPONSE TO INPUT FROM TRIBAL LEADERSHIP WHOM IT WAS SENT TO ON 12/27/2022 AND THE IPC & IEC IN NOVMBER. THIS DOCUMENT WILL GO TO FUSD'S GOVERNING SCHOOL BOARD ON 1/24/2023 FOR FINAL APPROVAL.
2022 Land Acknowledgment Creation Meeting Presentation:
In October 2022, the Parent authored Native American Land acknowledgment was adopted by the Flagstaff Unified School District Governing School Board.
Below is adopted Land Acknowledgment by the FUSD Governing School Board.
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The parents and stakeholders of Flagstaff Unified School District would like to acknowledge the sacred land upon which our schools are located.
We recognize our Indigenous ancestors as the original stewards of the land as well as their descendants who still inhabit this land today, known to them as, Wii haginbaja (Havasupai), Wiiha Mahkabaja (Hualapai), Dins'chee Bith'Ovwel-tel (Apache), Kin'la'ni' (Dine'/Navajo), Nuvatukya'ovi (Hopi), and to all as Flagstaff.
We will respect honor and strengthen relationships with indigenous nations, whose lands and natural resources we benefit from to this day.