January, 31st 2021
Walatowa - Engineer@Home - Dr. Kommander / Mr. Meek - 9th, 11th, 12th When Tue Feb 16, 2021 10:45am – 11:30am Mountain Time - Denver Joining info Join with Google Meet meet.google.com/ayf-qysk-dsx Walatowa - Weaving+Coding - Dr. Kommander/Mr. Meek - 9th, 10th, 12th When Wed Feb 17, 2021 11:30am – 12:45pm Mountain Time - Denver Joining info Join with Google Meet meet.google.com/ruo-zrcz-ycp Walatowa - Make@Home - Dr. Kommander / Mr. Meek - 9th, 11th, 12th When Thu Feb 18, 2021 10:45am – 11:30am Mountain Time - Denver Joining info Join with Google Meet meet.google.com/psq-ranj-wwr Walatowa - Colorful Kaleidoscopes - Dr. Kommander / Mr. Meek - 9th, 10th, 12th When Mon Feb 22, 2021 11:30am – 12:45pm Mountain Time - Denver Joining info Join with Google Meet meet.google.com/cqc-zpre-vso
September, 14th 2020
Upward Bound is a pre-college program for current high school students and provides opportunities for students to prepare for college entrance, succeed in pre-college performance, and ultimately achieve success in higher education pursuits. Opportunity open to freshmen or sophomores who attend one of our partnered high schools (JVHS or WCHS). Please see attached photos or visit our website for eligibility requirements: https://www.colorado.edu/cuub/ Online application or mail-in application options available. Online Application: https://botform.compansol.com/202233504391041 Priority Application Due: October 15, 2020! *Acceptance is on a rolling basis* Contact Cassie Sando for questions Email: email@example.com Phone: 303-492-2884
March, 2nd 2020
Traditional Pueblo Embroidery: Textiles of many forms were introduced during the Spanish Inquisitions through the 1500’s. Origins of the Southwest Pueblo Embroidery began over 2000 years ago. Woven cotton or wool fabric was designed using additional embroidered patterns honoring the elements of nature. Today, designing ceremonial Pueblo regalia continues throughout the many Pueblo Southwest Tribes. A trade that is high in demand throughout our communities. With this in mind, the Walatowa Indian Education program will be introducing another workshop into our Indian Education curriculum for our students. This month, we will be facilitating a Traditional Pueblo Embroidery workshop, which introduces Walatowa High students to a rare form of Art. The Embroidery workshop will be lead by Mrs. Mable Fragua. Mrs. Fragua, who is one of our gifted Jemez Traditional Embroiders who is willing to assist us with introducing & working hands-on with the art to our Sophmores and Juniors. The goal is to address the history and importance of the learning a much needed trade, thus, working on their own piece of art: Dress strips, & Shirt strips to completion. ~ Carla Gachupin: WHCH Ed. Asst./Tribal Liaison
February, 18th 2020
Basket-weaving is one of the oldest known Native American crafts. There are ancient Indian baskets from the Southwest that have been identified by archaeologists as nearly 8000 years old.
February, 13th 2020
December, 4th 2019
October, 28th 2019
One of our WHCS Charter School goals is that all juniors participate in the ACT and SAT Assessments. On October 26,2019, the junior class participated in the ACT assessments at Bernalillo High School, Rio Rancho High School and Cibola High School.
September, 20th 2019
Promoting STEM Careers in New Mexico to WHCS students
September, 3rd 2019
Using "Snapology" for Interactive Problem Based Learning