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News and messages from DODE Admin

A new Diné year begins

Today is the start of October, or Gháájí’, which translates to “half” and marks the “Separation of Seasons.” The start of Gháájí’ brings with it a new moon on October 6. These two events mark the beginning of a new year in the Diné culture. The...

Miss Navajo Nation Pageant contestants visit DODE

With the calendar turning to September, fall is getting closer, and the holiday season is right behind it. While holiday preparations are a way off, the Office of Miss Navajo Nation took an opportunity to help the Navajo Nation Department of Diné Education (DODE)...

Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year!

Greetings and good day, Summer presses on and fall gets closer every day. This change of the seasons brings with it the start of a new school year and the time for students to return to their studies. We at the Navajo Nation Department of Diné Education would like to...