Grand View hosts Native song, food festival

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Grand View hosts Native song, food festival

Grand View School recently hosted a Native American Song and Food Festival wherein approximately 300 parents, students and community members were able to experience an evening of entertainment and cultural awareness. Choogie Kingfisher emceed this educational event, which allowed attendees the opportunity to hear the Cherokee language vocal talents from the Cherokee Adult Choir, Cherokee Nation Immersion School Choir, and the Grand View School Cherokee Choir.

Drums and dancing

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Drums and dancing

Grand View School recently hosted a Native American Song and Food Festival wherein approximately 300 parents, students and community members were able to experience an evening of entertainment and cultural awareness.

Danielle Chanate

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Danielle Chanate

Grand View School recently hosted a Native American Song and Food Festival wherein approximately 300 parents, students and community members were able to experience an evening of entertainment and cultural awareness.

Native American Song and Food Festival

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May 5, 2017

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Grand View Schools hosts Cherokee Heritage Day

The school's second annual Cherokee Heritage Day offers cultural activities.

Seven Habits of Happy Kids in Cherokee

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April 20, 2017

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Grand View students help one another

Good things are happening every day at Grand View School, according its administrators. Superintendent Ed Kennedy said students are engaged in a variety of learning activities and acts of helping one another out. "Sam Bilby is a second-grade student at Grand View School and he is battling cancer," said Kennedy.

This Land is Your Land

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Sunday School Song

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April 17, 2017

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The Grand View (Elementary) Cherokee Choir sings “Sunday School Song” in Cherokee at the 15th annual Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair on April 3 in Norman. The school brought home first-, second- and third-place awards from the competition. LISA SNELL/NATIVE OKLAHOMA

Picture of Native American Children with some traditional garb. Says, GV Cherokee Choir: Oklahoma Native Youth Language Fair - 1st Place performing "Sunday School Song" 2nd Place performing "This Land is your Land"
Group of Students with blue shirts with a caption that says: "Cherokee Challenge Bowl students and Coaches Ms. Littledeer and Ms. Downey."
Cherokee Challenge Bowl Team

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Cherokee Language Challenge Bowl held at Sycamore Springs, Locust Grove

Cherokee Language Challenge Bowl held at Sycamore Springs, Locust Grove

Cherokee Language Challenge Bowl held at Sycamore Springs, Locust Grove

Cherokee Language Challenge Bowl held at Sycamore Springs, Locust Grove

Language Bowl Practice

Language Bowl Practice

Language Bowl Practice

A Big Thank You

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Seal of the Cherokee nation. 9-6-1839
Many thanks to our Cherokee Nation Councilor Rex Jordan for his continued support with our Indian Education Programs.
Grand View Cherokee Children's Choir

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October 10, 2016

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Grand View School gets grant for Cherokee language

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - Grand View School is teaching students about the Cherokee history, culture and language thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The school is one out of 10 to receive the grant that supports Native American and Alaska Native children who are English-learning students, according to a DOE statement.

September 12, 2016

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Lewis shares Cherokee culture with storytelling

Robert Lewis, a Cherokee Nation school community specialist, interacts with fifth and sixth grade students during a Cherokee storytelling event at Grand View School in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. This is Lewis's second year to bring stories to the school. STACIE GUTHRIE/CHEROKEE PHOENIX TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - On Aug.

Cherokee Heritage Day

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