Pacific Union Recorder - March 2018
HIS Horses Serve as Teachers and Friends
By Fred Bruce and Diana Fish
HOLBROOK STUDENTS REPRESENT AT NAVAJO NATION SCIENCE FAIR Last week, our young scholars from Holbrook Indian School participated in the Navajo Nation Science Fair, held in Window Rock, Arizona. After completing projects for their own science fair, Holbrook students joined neighboring schools for the annual science fair held for schools across the Navajo Nation. Two Holbrook students brought home awards from the event. Congratulations to Maribel, fifth place in the Senior Division, in the field of Biology, and Logan, 1st place in the High School Division, in the field of Chemistry. We are so proud of these young people—and for the dedicated teachers at Holbrook Indian School, a one of a kind mission among Native Americans, operated by the Pacific Union.
Pacific Union Recorder - February 2018
Rethinking Best Practices in Education
By Pedro Ojeda, Principal
Pacific Union Recorder - November 2017
HIS Student Extends the Healing Ministry of Christ
By Diana Fish
Pacific Union Recorder - September 2017
Children travel from reservations hours away to register at Holbrook.
By Diana Fish
Pacific Union Recorder - August 2017
News and inspiration for Seventh-day Adventist Church members in the Pacific Southwest.
"All God's People," with Connie Vandeman Jeffery and Ricardo Graham, for the week of August 18, 2017—including stories from Sparks, Nevada; Holbrook Indian School in Arizona; and a special message from Elder Ricardo Graham about the events in Charlottesville, VA.
Holbrook Indian School seeks to fulfill the mandate of Adventist education.
By Diana Fish, Pacific Union Recorder
Pacific Union Recorder - July 2017
News and inspiration for Seventh-day Adventists in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and Utah.
Title: Out of Your Comfort Zone
Guests: Diana Fish, Director of Development, and Loren Fish, LCSW, Clinical Counselor; Holbrook Indian School
Description: Loren and Diana Fish left successful careers and comfortable surroundings to make a difference in Indian Country. Learn how the principles that guided their journey can make a difference in your own life.
Title: Finding “A New You”
Guests: Jovannah Poor Bear Adams (Oglala Lakota), Vice Principal, Holbrook Indian School, with students: Adrian Wiles, Johanna Tso, and Shayla Tso
Description: Holbrook Indian School has been promoting cultural awareness and development of indigenous skills for its student body. Learn how their “New You” initiative can make a difference in your home, community, or tribe.