Reminder: Please join us for a SiiHasin Bike Trail event on Friday, September 22nd from 4 pm to 6 pm at the SiiHasin Bike Trail located at Indian Wells Elementary School. This will be a great opportunity to ride the trail, learn about bike safety and riding techniques; as well as, engage in open trail riding! This event is brought to you by HUSD #3 and Yazh Trailz. Some bikes will be available for riding if you do not have one but bring your own if you do!
Karen Estridge, HJHS ELA Teacher, was recognized as Navajo County Teacher of the Year and top 10 Rural Teacher of the Year by the Arizona Rural Schools Association!
Way to go Karen! Well deserved! Next level teacher and a 2.0 Roadrunner!!
Please join us for a SiiHasin Bike Trail event on Friday, September 22nd from 4 pm to 6 pm at the SiiHasin Bike Trail located at Indian Wells Elementary School. This will be a great opportunity to ride the trail, learn about bike safety and riding techniques; as well as, engage in open trail riding! This event is brought to you by HUSD #3 and Yazh Trailz. Some bikes will be available for riding if you do not have one but bring your own if you do!
A reminder that HUSD 3 has a scheduled day off on Friday, September 15th. Enjoy the three day weekend! We look forward to seeing all Roadrunners on Monday!
First days of college for Marcus Oberriter (Class of 2023) attending Quincy University playing on the Sprint Football team & working towards his Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science-Human Performance.
Next Level Marcus!
The SiiHasin (hope) Bike Trail is open for public use! It is located at Indian Wells Elementary School! Lots of hard work has gone into this project and we are pleased that it is ready for public use! Grab your bike and head out to the trail! Please ride carefully and obey all trail rules! Happy riding!
The HJHS construction class, in partnership with the Kiwanis, are fixing the wishing well roof at the Old Courthouse! Great work everyone!
Macy Moore (Class of 2023) started her first day of college at Dakota Wesleyan University. Macy is playing volleyball this fall and softball in the spring for DWU while pursuing a nursing degree. Way to go Macy! Keep being a Next Level Roadrunner 2.0!
Greetings Roadrunners- a quick reminder that HUSD will not be in session on Monday, September 4th for Labor Day! Also, parent-teacher conferences are next week! Have a great weekend and thanks for your partnership in Helping our Unique Students Develop!
Josiah Naswood began his "Next Level Roadrunner 2.0" journey at Northland Pioneer College recently!
Way to go Josiah! Keep up the great work!!!
When One Roadrunner Succeeds, We All Succeed!!
The newest Fort Lewis Skyhawk, Laraina Sangster, on her first day of college!
Way to go Laraina!! We are proud of you!!!
Noah Brown's (Class of 2023) first day of college at Cerro Coso Community College. Noah will be hooping it up for Cerro Coso this year. Not even a tropical storm could stop this Roadrunner from his first day of college!
Way to go Noah (a Next Level Roadrunner 2.0)!
College has begun!
Congrats to Araceli Aguleria! (Class of 2023)! First day at GCU!
Send us your first day on campus photos Roadrunners!
Roadrunner events have begun! Come out and support our Roadrunners:
Golden Pass for Roadrunners 60 and older= $25
Yearly Family Pass (4 people) = $100
Season Family Pass (4 people) = $60
Yearly Individual Pass = $50
Season Individual Pass = $30
Passes may be purchased at the Holbrook District Office!
Congratulations to the 2023 Holbrook High School Chief Manuelito Scholars: Mareevah Belin, Natalie Blackrock, Noah Brown, Emmalynn Hunzeker, and Loren Thomas! The Chief Manuelito Scholarship is a highly competitive scholarship for high school seniors. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA along with completing Navajo Language and Navajo Government. It is a $7,000 scholarship that many students apply for but only a few meet the full criteria!. Holbrook High School had one of the highest numbers of scholarship recipients. Congrats to all recipients and thank you to our Indian Education program and Navajo Language teachers for Helping our Unique Students Develop!
Congratulations to the HUSD Johnson O'Malley Indian Education Committee and retired Indian Education Coordinator Janelle Chee for being recognized by the Navajo Nation JOM Division! Way to go! Thanks for being Next Level Roadrunners, Roadrunner 2.0!
If you are able to, please help the HHS student council reach their blood drive goal this year. We were platinum winners last year. One donation saves 3 lives.
Our first blood drive is scheduled for:
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2023.
Time: 8:30 am-1:30 pm
Location: HHS Gym Lobby
You can sign up with any HHS student council member or email Melicia Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org
with the following information: Name, email, birthdate, phone number, and preferred time you would like to donate.
Holbrook High School
If you have a few minutes this evening we ask that you complete the following survey that will help residents of Navajo County build technology capacity through grant funding.
Members of the community are invited to provide their feedback via the Community Member survey. Link to Community Member Survey: https://tinyurl.com/AZCommunityMember
Sorry for the short notice. Just received today! Hope you can help out!
HUSD #3 sends our appreciation to all Navajo Code Talkers on Navajo Code Talker Day! We honor you and thank you for your service! Ahéhee'
Greetings- HUSD #3 phone lines are down at this time. We are working to get the phone system back up and running. Thanks for your patience.