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Fourth Nine Weeks Honor Rolls 2017-2018

NAVAJO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

SECOND NINE WEEKS HONOR ROLL

Fourth Nine Weeks Principal’s Honor Roll:

First Grade: Meika Christensen, Alonzo Diaz, Lanee Earls, Weston Goss, Abigail Jones, Justin Mallory, Braelyn McGee, Dakota Rimmer, Scarlett Staggs

Second Grade: Caleb Barclay, Averie Birely, Mackenzie Buss, Walt Collins, Rhett Davis, Tinley Funkhouser, Braydan Herrin, Taylor Langley, Skylah McGrath, Payton Owens, Landry Rempel, Rhett Robbins, Ali Waites, Trevor Williams-Rood, Cassandra Wright

Third

Third Nine Weeks Honor Rolls 2017-2018

NAVAJO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

THIRD NINE WEEKS HONOR ROLL

Third Nine Weeks Principal’s Honor Roll:

First Grade: Meika Christensen, Alonzo Diaz, Lanee Earls, Amirah Forshee, Isabella Greenidge, Abigail Jones, Justin Mallory, Braelyn McGee, Dakota Rimmer, Claire Wigington

Second Grade: Jaedan Ash, Caleb Barclay, Averie Birely, Walt Collins, Tinley Funkhouser, Braydan Herrin, Taylor Langley, Magdalene Marshall,

WOSC College Course offered for Care and Treatment of Athletic Injuries

Just want to let you know that WOSC will offer the Care and Treatment of Athletic Injuries course, REQUIRED to be a coach, assistant, and/or volunteer coach for public schools. IF interested, please call Katie Brewer at WOSC @ 477-7925 or send her a written statement asking that she enroll you in the class. She will need a date and your signature on the request as well. MUST ENROLL by next Wednesday, March 14, 2018. Cost is a little less than $400, and it will be documented on a College Transcript.

Navajo Lady Indians Start Playoffs with 55-33 Win Over Walters Blue Devils to Win Districts

By Eleanor Guinan

It takes hard work and dedication through a whole season to go to districts and win which is exactly what the Navajo Lady Indians did. They fought as if their season depended on it-because it did. Although, if they did lose they would go into the losers bracket, but the Lady Indians are not losers, they are definitely winners.
The first period was a very off period. Walters got the ball first and tossed it around like they weren’t playing in a playoff game. Then when Navajo

Navajo Indians Lose Fight Against Cordell Blue Devils 56-51 Friday Night

By Eleanor Guinan

It’s not a secret that our Navajo Indians are going through some growing pains. But if you have watched any of their past games, it looks like their growing pains are almost over. Each game they get better and better and soon, they will be the best.
Navajo was lighting in the first period when sophomore Airen Josefy scored three points to get the them on the board first. Everyone was pitching in to keep up with Cordell. Josefy and junor Kolten Hurst fought to get great

Navajo Lady Indians Zip by the Cordell Lady Blue Devils with 47-39 Win on Their Homecoming Night

By Eleanor Guinan

The Lady Indians seemed determined as they were pulling into Cordell High School. Cordell chose them to play for their homecoming game, which was almost an insult to them, because they thought the Lady Indians were going to be easy to beat. That was a mistake on Cordells part, because our girls are never easy to beat.
After the crowning ceremony was over and they were pumped up, the Lady Indians showed the Lady Blue Devils just how hard it will be to win. Navajo got the

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