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Veterans Day
Veterans Day Assembly
Originally proclaimed Armistice Day in 1919 to commemorate the end of World War I, it was renamed Veterans Day in 1954 to include American veterans of all wars. 
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Bullying
Bullying in school
As school officials we are committed to providing a safe learning environment for all of our students. In order to stem the rise in bullying, parents, community members, tribal leaders, brothers, sisters, friends, and neighbors must join together to help our children understand the serious harm done by bullying. 
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Spirit Week
Spirit Week
Hoonah City Schools is committed to making our schools safe and caring places for students. Students and staff will treat each other with respect and will refuse to tolerate bullying in any form at our schools. 
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Our Mission & Vision Statement

Hoonah City School is a  Trauma-Sensitive School.

We strive to ensure that all students feel safe, welcomed, and supported.  Working to mitigate trauma’s impact on learning is at the center of our educational mission. Hoonah City Schools  is a place where an ongoing, inquiry-based process allows for teamwork, coordination, creativity, and sharing of responsibility for all students, and where continuous learning is for educators as well as students.

Our Mission

To deliver a quality education that inspires and challenges all students to reach their full potential.

Our Vision

Is for our students to enjoy a diverse learning environment that integrates Tlingit language and culture, engages our community, and graduates productive citizens who are healthy, self confident, creative, adaptable, and resilient.



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