From the Eagle’s Nest 

The Southern Ute Indian Montessori Acadamy recognized the retirement of Deborah Ochsner, Coordinator of Specialized Services, for her 19 years of service to the students. She is seen here with Councilwoman Ramona Eagle and Education Director LaTitia Taylor. Ms. Ochsner plans on traveling the United States as she enters this new chapter of her life.
Mari Jo Owens | SUIMA

Students will be learning in their classrooms

The Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy students will be learning in their classrooms this year! With precautions in place, the teachers have fun and engaging activities and lessons planned. It looks like it will be a great school year ahead. 

One of the biggest changes will be the carline and drop off protocol. Due to COVID-19, and until further notice, all students are to be walked to their classrooms so that temperatures are taken, and screening forms filled out.  

Additionally, during our Open House on Thursday, Aug. 26, all the COVID-19 precautions the school is following were addressed. We were able to announce who our new school board members are, we rejoiced with the antics of the toddlers rolling down the grassy hill and took time to connect with everyone. 

Thank you for attending this event – the first one of the 2021-2022 school year!   

Upcoming events: 

  • Monday, Aug. 30 – First day of school! 
  • Monday, Sept. 6 – Labor Day – no school 

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