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Strengthening Our Community
The "Strengthening Our Community" poster series recognizes American Indian Students who are exceptional roles models for younger students in our community. The recipients are featured on their own poster. They are role models for many reasons: leadership, work ethic, involvement in the community, commitment to graduating high school, academics, and kindness to everyone around them. Recipients are based on nominations from educators and administrators at each school. Three seniors (from CMR, GFH, and Paris) are selected every semester. Please join us in congratulating Dani Hardesty of Paris Gibson Education Center, Dion Crazy Bull of Great Falls High School, and Madison Mitchell of Charlie M. Russell High School.
Strengthening Our Community Poster Series: Past Honorees
Purpose And Promise Of IEFA
The PURPOSE of IEFA is for EVERYONE to recognize the unique and distinct cultural heritage of Montana's first peoples by learning about American Indian culture, history and contemporary issues in a culturally responsive manner. By teaching through a broader perspective, providing professional development for teachers and staff, and by implementing resources and materials, we can combat stereotypes and broaden our students understanding.
The PROMISE of IEFA is that EVERY student feels included and EVERY student experiences school success.