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Navajo Prep students to publish second bilingual zine

Navajo. Zine, Ba’ Hané returns as student publication highlighting Native literary and art works

Cortez theater students to attend ThesCon in Denver

Thirty high school students will compete at conference

Mancos teacher is a finalist as Colorado Teacher of the Year

Ivy Dalley teaches sixth grade English and social studies and was in the top seven for the award

Navajo Highways puppet show to take place Dec. 6 at MCHS

The show was created by Time Magazine’s 2021 Guardian of the Year Pete Sands

State decides Montezuma-Cortez schools will not be permitted to leave BOCES

District had applied to leave BOCES and become their own AU earlier this year

Dolores Theatre Troupe to present ‘It’s A Wonderful Life: The Radio Play’ Friday and Saturday

The play follows the life of George Bailey in the classic story

Cortez school board swears in new members and celebrates attendance rates

Sheri Noyes was voted to remain as president and Ed Rice was voted in as vice president

Montezuma-Cortez School Board seeks new member for District B

The Board accepted Jeanette Hart’s resignation on Tuesday

Mancos School District will showcase project-based learning on Friday

Celebration of Learning event will allow students to show their work

Montezuma-Cortez school district provides information on safety and attendance

After Thanksgiving, lunch detention will begin for students tardy more than five times

Kemper Elementary ranked in top 40% of schools in state, according to the U.S. News & World Report

The school ranks 151st out of 778 schools, according to the report

91-year-old Code Talker Thomas H. Begay sings and speaks at veterans event

San Juan College hosted veterans for gourd dance and book reading on Nov. 15.