Ganado Unified School District

Federal Programs and Grants

Ganado Unified School District is proud of our Navajo culture. We want to instill the Navajo values and traditions to all students in the district. We have two committees to help us uphold these traditions and values. We value your input as a parent and encourage you to become involved.

If you are interested in becoming a PAC/IEC member, please fill out the attached forms, obtain chapter authorization and return it to our office.

Parent Advisory Committee

Our Parent Advisory Committee (PAC), is made up of parent representatives from each chapter. They meet regularly to discuss a variety of topics, share information, and make sure that the needs of parents and their families are included as decision are made at the district level. They help keep the lines of communication open between parents and school.

Parent Advisory Committee:

Ganado Chapter

  • Reada Jones
  • Evangeline Louis

Cornfields Chapter

  • Wallace James, President
  • One representative needed

Steamboat Chapter

  • Glenda Hildreth
  • One representative needed

Kinlichee Chapter

  • June Curtis
  • One representative needed

Klagetoh Chapter

  • Florene Long
  • Charlotte Nez

Indian Education Committee

Our Indian Education Committee (IEC) works to develop programs designed to meet the particular and distinctive educational needs of our children.

Indian Education Committee:

Ganado Chapter

  • Reada Jones

Cornfields Chapter

  • Wallace James

Steamboat Chapter

  • Glenda Hildreth

Kinlichee Chapter

  • June Curtis

Klagetoh Chapter

  • Florene Long