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Celebrating International Children's Day
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International Children's Day began in the early 20th century to promote children’s rights and welfare.
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Students posing with the baskets they weave.
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Fourth through sixth-grade students at San Ildefonso Day School recently delved into the traditional art of basket weaving, guided by the staff from River Source.
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Kindergarten Preparedness: A Guide for Parents and Guardians
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According to the Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center, Kindergarten readiness is less about age and more about the skills, behaviors and concepts children should be familiar with to begin school.
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Celebrating Diversity
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In our global society, it is important to understand the diverse array of cultures that make up the world. The Bureau of Indian Education is diverse, with schools serving 40,000 students across 23 states and 64 reservations.
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Teacher reading a book to a classroom of students sitting on the floor.
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Elementary students across the United States, including at Bureau of Indian Education schools like San Ildefonso, look forward to Read Across America Week each year.
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Young student doing her lesson on a computer in class.

On this Digital Learning Day, we’re providing an update on the impact of the technology upgrades and increased virtual capabilities provided by the Bureau of Indian Education for students and staff. The BIE’s efforts across the country have reduced the opportunity gap, increased student self-advocacy and empowered Tribal leaders for future generations.
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"Welcome to the Team" banner.
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We are thrilled to announce the addition of two exceptional individuals who have joined our school community. Please join us in welcoming Special Education teacher, Nicholas Korn and IT Specialist, Alexander Tafoya to our team!
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book with open pages and various icons
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There are always benefits to reading but it’s during the summer when it becomes fun and personal. The following are the Top 5 Reasons Why Students Should Read over the Summer.
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Students walking in the hall of school.
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Most of us have been the “new student,” at one time or another. Being in a new and unfamiliar place like this can be very stressful. But sometimes all it takes is a kind word and a smile to turn a new student’s day from scary and lonely to exciting and fun.
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Stack of books with an apple on top, beside a backpack.
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Read any good books lately? This schoolyear, San Ildefonso Day School wants students to discover/rediscover the joy of reading. Stories and books are like tickets to far away lands, galaxies, or times. Fortunately for you, there is always another “ticket” waiting for you at your school or community library. To celebrate your newfound joy of reading, we encourage all students to prepare for National Library Week 2023, themed “There’s More to the Story.”
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