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Executive Director, Zane Rosette

A Message From Our Executive Director

Tansi (Hello) NACA Students and Families!
I am deeply honored and humbled to serve as the next Executive Director of the Native American Community Academy. NACA and our community have become an extension of my family, and I will utilize our core values to lead us into another phase of growth.
NACA has assisted in my development as a leader. I am grateful to Ms. Bobroff and Mr. Flying Earth for believing in me. They have inspired me to engage with our students and community to transform our school into an established educational environment that works to ensure our students are cared for, pushed academically, and have opportunities to see themselves in our school and throughout the curriculum.
I am thankful to our community for showing me the NACA way. Your trust, honesty, and communication over the years have allowed me to grow as I work to provide our children with every opportunity to thrive into the great leaders they can all become.
During my transition, Mr. Flying Earth and I will ensure NACA offers students an outstanding education that allows them to develop into strong leaders, be academically prepared, secure in their identity, and healthy. I will make sure the transition to in-person learning is safe and our processes are transparent to all.
I look forward to meeting with students, staff, and the community to foster positive relationships that will allow us to work together to provide an excellent education connected to the community.
Kitahtahmihin (Thank you)!
Zane J. Rosette
Executive Director

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NACA Back To Campus Update

We have taken your feelings and experiences very seriously in developing this plan and we gathered the feedback of our teachers and staff as well. The plan we will present to our governing council follows. Please Click "Read Full Story" to access the document.

NACA Distance Learning Update 8.15.21

Tomorrow (Monday, August 16th) all elementary students and families and all 6th-12th grade students and families will meet with their advisor to review the plan for distance learning. Elementary teachers and advisors will guide students and families through logging onto Schoology and opening Zoom for live classes. Formal distance learning via Zoom will start Tuesday, August 17th For More Information Please Select "Read Full Story"

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