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Laguna Department
of Education


Mission

Reflecting the importance we place on the integration of the Laguna language and culture into our programs, our mission statement is expressed in our Keres language and though there is no literal translation, in English it is stated as:

"Helping People Prepare for Life's Journey"

Vision Statement

Academic excellence develops successful life-long learners by demonstrating that we:

  • Create exemplary environments that maximize staff and student satisfaction toward academic excellence
  • Are rooted in love and respect
  • Embrace our history, traditions, and culture by respecting our Laguna perspective to maximize holistic learning and bi-cultural prosperity/success
  • Recognize learning opportunities from infancy through adulthood
  • Encourage and demonstrate community support for self-sufficiency
  • Are the school of choice for Laguna students & parents
  • Are a nationally recognized educational system

What's Happening

Pokemon Go! Advisory

Pokémon Go is entertaining for our children, however, our children forget about the reality of this world, and how dangerous it can be. Pokémon GO is a lot of fun and has its benefits (e.g. exercise -being outside), there is multitude of things that can go wrong while playing. click here for more information


BIE select Laguna Elementary School for replacement for more information

WASHINGTON – Acting Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Lawrence S. Roberts announced today the 10 Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools eligible for funding for campus-wide replacement. Publication of this list completes the process for identifying the Department’s top priority schools for campus-wide replacement developed through negotiated rulemaking required by the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).
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Community Information:

Community Resource Guide (CRG)- July 20, 2015

This Community Resource Guide (CRG) was compiled and developed through a collaborative effort by the staff and students of the Pueblo of Laguna and the Center for Native American Health – Institute for Indigenous Knowledge & Development at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (CNAHIIKD) during the time period of June 2014 – April 2015
(Click here for the Guide)

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Upcoming Events

   NMAA Athletics Meeting
   Aug 30 2016 at 05:30 PM
   LMS Open House
   Aug 30 2016 at 06:00 PM
   Picture Day
   Sep 01 2016 at 08:00 PM
   Cross Country Meet
   Sep 03 2016 at 09:00 AM

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