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UINTAH AND DUCHESNE SCHOOL TEACHERS:

NAME GRADE SCHOOL
     
Norma Draper 8th Vernal Junior High School
 
Christine Oviatt 4th LaPoint Elementary SChool
 
H. Nanette Hall All Ute Tribe Education Department
 
Ranette Loughton 4th Maeser Elementary School
 
Cheryl Grammer 4th Naples Elementary School
 
Jennifer Dixon All Home School
 
Laura Ahrnsbrak 5th Discovery Elementary
 
LeeAnn Baker 5th Todd Elementary School
 
Anita Price 4th Roosevelt Middle School
 
Lin Richardson 5th Todd Elementary School
 
Adam Martinez All Uintah River High School
 
Maylee Mountain All Todd Elementary School
 
Consuelo Sweat All Duchesne Elementary
 
Elizabeth Sampson 3erd East Elementary School
 
Norman Bernard 8th vernal Junior High
 
Tammy Christensen 5th Discovery Elementary
 
Amy Robinson All Duchesne High School
 
Rhonda Johnson All Thompsen School
 
Marsha Curtis 7th/8th West Middle school
     
     
     

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If you have participated in the UB-TAH Project and your name is not in the list, please, let us know

TENTATIVE PLAN FOR 2006-2007 SCHOOL YEAR

Constitution Day Celebration:  Come see the new Roots of Freedom gallery and

receive a free Constitution Day curriculum kit! (Sept. 22, 2006).
 

Attend Curriculum Camps and receive mentoring from a master educator. (Half

days after school, Fall 2006 and Spring 2007).
 

Fieldtrips to SLC to participate in the annual statewide Dialogue for Democracy

(Nov. 9-10 2006) and research in the State Historical Archives & tour the Federal

Court House and talk one-on-one with federal judges and staffers (early Spring

2007).
 

Archeological camping trip in Range Creek to view pristine American Indian

ruins and artifacts (Summer 2007).
 

Attend lectures on American Indian history & culture. (Winter 2006/7).

 

Learn how to conduct oral histories (great activity for students!)
 

All expense paid 6-day educational bus trip around Central & Southern Utah

and the Grand Canyon! (Summer 2007).


Thank you for visiting the Uintah Basin, Teaching American History Project (UB-TAH.) This page is temporarily under construction. Please return at another time. 

If you need information about the UB-TAH the address is: 

UB-TAH, USU Uintah Basin Extension
987 East Lagoon (124-9)
Roosevelt, Utah 84066
E-Mail: Antonio Arce, Project Coordinator
Phone: (435) 722-1736

             
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