Alamo Navajo Community School News 01/01/2021
A Tribute to Marcel Kerkmans
Starting in 1980, as the Director of Finance, and continuing on in 1986 as the Executive Director, Marcel Kerkmans worked for the Alamo Navajo School Board where he helped secure the funding to build the first permanent school in Alamo, the Alamo Health Clinic, and the Alamo Early Childhood Center. Marcel embraced the concept of self-determination for Native people and worked to secure a Bureau of Indian Affairs self-determination contract, so children could be welcomed back from dormitory education to living and learning in their own community and bringing jobs and job training to members of the community.
Thank you Mr. Kerkmans for believing in the founding fathers of our community and seeing your vision of self-determination to fruition. We continue to thrive because of your vision. Thanks for standing firmly for our people.
Oct 01, 2020 – Oct 31, 2020: Division of Community Services
DIVISION OF COMMUNITY SERVICES
Is offering ONLINE college classes (via MOODLE) for 2021 Spring Semester
through Navajo Technical University (NTU)
NEW STUDENTS? HERE IS ALL YOU NEED TO DO:
- Complete the online Admissions Application (it’s quicker and highly recommended)
- Official High School Transcript or Official GED Test Scores (In a sealed envelope)
- Official College Transcript (For Transferring student - In a sealed envelope
- Tribal Enrollment Document (ClB copy)
- Social Security Card (copy)
- Returning student, you just need to registrar for classes.
Pre-Registration Begins October 26, 2020
Instruction begins January 15, 2021
Last day to Register January 22, 2021
Last day of Class May 13, 2021
*If you have any question about the process, please give us a call at 575-854-2609 X1400.
Sep 01, 2020 – Sep 30, 2020: Early Childhood Center Newsletter
Oct 31, 2019: ANSBi Board meeting - October 31st, 2019
Board meeting is October 31st, 2019 8AM here at the BO.
All petitions are due September 16 by 4pm.