The Alamo Navajo School Board is the conduit and program administrator for over 45 grants and contracts with federal, state, and tribal agencies.

As a non-profit Indian organization, the Alamo Navajo School Board, Inc. is controlled by an elected, five member Board. The Board of Trustees is elected under the election code of the Navajo Nation.

The School Board oversees a PL 100-207 tribally controlled K-12 School, a PL 93-638 tribally contracted Clinic, a Head Start Program, Community Services, Wellness Center, radio station, Forestry program, Facilities, Transportation, and Administration.

ANSB employs over 250 employees annually and is one of the largest employers in Socorro County.

News

Division of Community Services Announcement:
(Posted: 03/29/2021)

Community Service is Recruiting!

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New!

Division of Community Services Announcement:
(Posted: 03/18/2021)

DWI Awareness Study Guide

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Division of Community Services Announcement:
(Posted: 04/01/2021)

onnsfa announcement

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Division of Community Services Announcement:
(Posted: 04/01/2021)

PSA

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New!

Alamo Wellness Center News
(Posted: 03/22/2021)

Alamo Online Yoga Classes

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Events

New!

Alamo Navajo Wellness Center News
Mar 18, 2021 – Apr 30, 2021

PSA

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Division of Community Services
Mar 25, 2021 – Apr 30, 2021

WIOA Workforce Innovation and Opportunity ACT In/Out of School

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Early Childhood Center Newsletter
Mar 29, 2021 – Apr 30, 2021

April Happenings

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Division of Community Services
Apr 01, 2021 – May 31, 2021

Summer and Fall 2021 Dual Credit Enrollment Information

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