From the Eagle’s Nest

Jasmine Weaver, a parent of three SUIMA students, picks up the home learning packets for her children’s classroom from the pickup containers that were located outside in the school’s entryway. 
Permanent Fund Departments put together fun filled, trick or treat bags for the students to pick up for Halloween. SUIMA classrooms also provided small treat bags for the students.
Jeremy Wade Shockley | SUDRUM
Jeremy Wade Shockley | SUDRUM

Halloween treat for the kiddies

With no students on campus and all lessons being provided through remote learning, Halloween was celebrated in a different way this year for SUIMA. Instead of trick-or-treating around the tribal campus, the students were provided Halloween bags filled with trick-or-treat goodies.

By following a strict deviation plan, the staff at the SunUte Recreation Center gathered treats and toys from parents and various departments to put in the Halloween bags. On Friday, Oct. 30, in conjunction with picking up their home-learning packets, the students were also able to take a trick-or-treat goodie bag home.

The parents and staff of SUIMA would like to extend a great, big THANK YOU to Robin Duffy-Wirth and her staff at SunUte for putting this together and THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to the event.

Upcoming events:

  • Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. via Zoom.  Parent Advisory Group Meeting.  A link will be sent out prior to the meeting.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 11 – No School in honor of Veterans Day
  • Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. via Zoom.  PAG Family Night.  A link will be sent prior to the event.

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