It is the educational mission of the Navajo Nation to promote and foster lifelong learning for the Navajo People, and to protect the cultural integrity and sovereignty of the Navajo Nation.
The Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice President heard a report during the May 6, 2021 town hall that detailed the limitations that reservation residents must follow for graduations. To view the town hall, click here.
(Restriction talk begins around the 37:50 mark.)
Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer attended Kayenta ABC Preschool Promotion to congratulate the students on moving onto grade school. To read the story, click here.
The Navajo Department of Health released a series of guidelines that all schools are expected to understand and implement if they are holding limited in-person gatherings for graduations and promotions. For more information, click here.
DODE is encouraging students, parents, and communities to recognize the work their teachers have done to provide a quality education during the pandemic. For more information, click here.
Navajo Technical University announced a partnership to assist Navajo Head Start with meeting requirements stipulated by the reauthorized Head Start Act of 2007 around teacher/staff credentials. To view the brochure, click here.
The Navajo Nation Board of Education recommended Harold G. Begay, Ph.D., to fill the vacant Superintendent of Schools position. For more information, click here.
The Navajo Nation Department of Health has set up a central location for information related to the Navajo Nation’s response to Dikos Ntsaaígíí-19 (COVID-19), the Corona Virus. Please click here, or type the following link into the address bar of your web browser: http://www.ndoh.navajo-nsn.gov/COVID-19
At this page, you will also find important information about the virus such as:
- How it Spreads
- Report Exposure
- Navajo Reopening
- Prevention & Treatment