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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Reservation Ambassadors Are Back

Have you heard about Reservation Ambassadors, a club located at Arlee High School on the Flathead Reservation? 

From Anna Baldwin, one of the club's advisers: "Our mission is to build relationships and understanding about reservation life. We do this through school visits where we work in small groups with students to talk about texts in order to address misconceptions and stereotypes. If a school is too far to visit, we use skype. Last year we worked directly with over 200 students and teachers in grades 4-12 across Montana and even in another state!" The club won a "Program of Excellence" award from the Office of Public Instruction last spring.

I've said it before but it is still true: I think Reservation Ambassadors is the coolest thing since sliced bread. Maybe even since before sliced bread. 

If you are interested in helping to break down stereotypes by making a connection with the Reservation Ambassadors, please contact Anna Baldwin at abaldwin@arleeschools.org.


Want to read more? Here's an article about the Reservation Ambassadors published last year in the Missoulian. Or connect with the Reservation Ambassadors on Facebook.

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