Hoopa Elementary

School District Moves Full Steam Ahead on Repairs

“The whole roof needs to come off,” KTJUSD Superintendent, Dione Beilby said. “It’s leaking down into the gym. We absolutely cannot have puddles of water and roof tiles falling down.” Read More →

Braves Take Division Cheer Competition

Hoopa Braves Cheerleaders took first place in the B1 Division cheerleading competition at the 2014 Jaycees Tournament in Crescent City on March 8, 2014. You can view the routine on YouTube: Hoopa Jaycees 2014. Top Row: Maggie Peters, Tanya Ryles, Cherish Cyr, Elsie McCovey, Lillian Neuroth, Naschewen Hunsucker, Stephanie Lewis. Bottom row: Loowyza Colegrove, Hailey […] Read More →

Schools to Evacuate During 2014 Disaster Drill

Don’t be alarmed when the alarms sound at 11 am on March 26. Hoopa’s emergency sirens, during a planned drill, will initiate a thoroughly planned evacuation of Hoopa schools and the Hoopa Tribe’s Neighborhood Facilities building (NF). Read More →

Community Focus on School Meal Program

Parents and school district staff are looking at more ways to deliver healthy and nutritious food to students in the Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District (KTJUSD). Read More →

Be Brave

Hoopa Valley Elementary School 8th Grader Temptation Asenbauer with the Hoopa Braves, left, made a leap for the basket as South Fork Ram Brendan Strobel moved to block the shot during the game on Friday, January 24. The Braves defeated the Rams 74-49. / Photo by Kristan Korns, Two Rivers Tribune Read More →

Wizard of Oz Lands in Hoopa

Hundreds of Hoopa Elementary School students dressed up in costumes, learned their lines, and went up on stage for a production of the Wizard of Oz on Friday, November 22. Read More →

Helping Hands Seed Winter Garden

Children from Hoopa Valley Elementary School lent a hand with the lettuce and other cool weather crops at the Community Garden on Friday, November 8. Students of Ms. Karin’s second grade class (from left to right), Tenoch Tapia, Kenek Turner and Redcloud Lincoln pat down the soil around lettuce starts with Meagan Baldy, the community […] Read More →

Hoopa Student Wins Research Award

Hoopa Elementary School Student Robert Baldy spent his summer researching how much food a family garden could produce. His carefully recorded results will be used by the Klamath-Trinity Resource Conservation District (KTRCD). Read More →