MISSION STATEMENT:
"Black Mesa Community School will enhance students' abilities to successfully compete with confidence in a multicultural society"

VISION STATEMENT:
"Creating Self-Confidence for Lifelong learning"

Black Mesa, also known as Kits'ili, is located in northern Arizona on the Navajo Reservation. Black Mesa is a proud community where the tradition of sheep herding still exists among the elderly who reside within the area. Kits'ili is located in a higher elevation, mountain top. The seasonal scenes can be quite exquisite, the summer weather brings plenty of rain and resulting in more plants for livestock. The winters are freezing cold but the scenes are always beautiful, the snowfall varies from year to year. No matter the condition it's always beautiful.

Black Mesa Community School hosts anywhere from 50 - 80 students annually and serves students in grades K - 8th. Black Mesa Community School also hosts a Baby Face Program. Kits'ili is a community still in progress.

Native American Heritage Month
November 2018
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
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VETERAN'S DAY HOLIDAY - NO SCHOOL

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Military Day

ROCK YOUR MOCS

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Fry Bread Day
Tsiyeel Day

ROCK YOUR MOCS

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Turquoise Day
Traditional Day

½ Day of School

ROCK YOUR MOCS

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Coyote Stories
Puppet Show

ROCK YOUR MOCS

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Clan T-Shirt Day

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½ Day of School

Thanksgiving Dinner

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FALL BREAK
NO SCHOOL

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FALL BREAK
NO SCHOOL

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FALL BREAK
NO SCHOOL

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Presentation of Traditional Food

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Butcher Day

28

CULTURE NIGHT:
RUG WEAVING

Navajo Pancakes

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Blue Corn Mush

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Presentations on Tribes

½ Day of School

2018-2019 School Year New Enrollment and Re-enrollment Applications
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