TWN School Naming

TWN School Naming

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TWN School Naming

On Friday June 18, our TWN School was blessed with receiving the traditional name siʔáḿθɘt (pronounced “si-om-phet”).

The name means someone who is rich in knowledge and specific skills — but also someone who is generous with that knowledge and those skills by sharing and teaching them to others.

Director of Economic Development, Angela George, explains the importance of the school’s significant, in saying, “It’s important for us to restore our ways of knowing and our ways of teaching … that’s a big part of what our school philosophy is — upholding the laws of our nation.”

On Friday June 18, our TWN School was blessed with receiving the traditional name siʔáḿθɘt (pronounced “si-om-phet”).

Read more about the school’s naming ceremony in this article from Daily Hive.

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