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Zuni Middle School
2020-2021 Health Questionnaire
Zuni Middle School Parents, Please fill out this health questionnaire for your student(s). Make sure immunizations is up to date.
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September 28, 2020
JOM 2020 Virtual Learning Training
ZECDE - Child Care Recruitment
Message from Teen Health and Family Wellness Center
Message From the Interim Superintendent
Zuni Public School District
1. Hon ansammo leʼna a:dekʼyanna.
We will all live accordingly.
2. Hon i:yayyułashshikʼyana:wa.
We will respect one another.
3. Hon koʼhoł lewuna:wediyahnan, wan hon i:tseʼmanna.
We will think before we act and consider the consequences.
4. Hon i:yansatduna:wa.
We will help one another.
5. Hon i:yanbeye:na:wa.
We will give advice and counsel one another.
6. Hon i:yayyumoła a:dekʼyanna.
We will be honest and trust one another.
7. Hon i:wichemana:wa.
We will love one another.
8. Hon dewułashshiʼ iwillabaʼ a:dekʼyanna.
We will be kind and generous to one another.
9. Hon i:yanhadiya:na:wa, hon i:yayyuʼhadiyahkʼyana:wa.
We will listen and pay attention to one another.
10. Hon delanko’ha:willi:wa.
Be empathetic to one another.
12. Don dehwan illaba.
It is your turn.
13. Hom dehwan ukna:we.
It is my turn.
“To Empower a Community of Learners”
Zuni Public School District
Beginning in 1876 and ending in 1956, United States Government and it's Department of Indian Affairs were responsible for the American culture and English language education of Zuni children. Then in 1956, the Americanizing education was transferred from the United States Government to the New Mexico State Government.
During the period from 1956 to 1980, the three existing school sites, that once were operated by the United States Government, were now operated by the Gallup - McKinley County School District which was a State of New Mexico State Government. These school sites were Zuni Elementary, Dowa Yalanne Elementary and Zuni High School.
However, at the start of the 3rd decade of being apart of the GMKC School District, many community people decided that the Zuni students' educational needs were not being met. Therefore during the latter half of the 1970's, the Zuni people started discussions on the need and desire to have their own school district to address the educational problems, that remain unresolved, under the large Gallup McKinley County School District.
Hon yumola a:ho'ik'yanna. Hon i:yansatdena:wa.
Don dehwan illaba. Hom dehwah ukna:we
Be honest and trustworthy to one another. We will help one another. It is your turn. It is my turn.
- A:shiwi Teaching
Message from the Interim Superintendent:
Information from the Finance Department:
Collective Bargaining Agreement Between Zuni Federation of United School Employees AFT Local 4905 and Zuni Public School District