This event is open to the public and will be livestreamed at https://www.osagenation-nsn.gov/multimedia/live-media.
Osage Nation spent several weeks organizing a response to the Teacher Walk-out in Osage County.
The Osage Nation team developed a comprehensive plan to support Osage families and more than 300 Osage children in the Public School System of Osage County.
Osage Nation employees strengthened communication with Public School Districts, attended Board of Education meetings, and monitored social media as Administration and teachers across Osage County prepared for their protest against state educational funding decisions.
Chief Standing Bear holds the Osage Nation’s relationship with the Tinker Air Force Base in high regard. This year, the Tinker Air Force Base has made it a priority to include the Osage Nation in several of their events as they celebrate their 75th Anniversary. The most recent invitation is to attend the 2017 Star Spangled Salute Air Show scheduled for May 20 – 21, 2017. The air show is open to the public and admission is free. There are several events including aerial demonstrations, static displays of various aircrafts, and interactive exhibits.
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In an effort to support Reach Out and Read’s World Read Aloud Day, we are featuring guest readers at the Wah Zha Zhi Health Clinic throughout the day. Readers for the day are listed below; although due to busy schedules their times may fluctuate.
1st Readers: Wildland Fire Department Firemen and Smokey Bear (between 8:00 – 9:00)
2nd Reader: Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear (between 9:00 – 10:00)
3rd Reader: Emergency Management Director Bobby Tallchief (between 10:00 – 11:00)
4th Reader: Osage Nation Policeman Rocky Davis (between 11:00 – 12:00)
Lunch – No Readers at this time
5th Reader: Helen Brumley, WELA Curriculum Specialist (between 1:00 – 2:00)
6th Reader: Assistant Principal Chief Raymond Redcorn (between 2:00 – 3:00)
7th Reader: Kiersten Dailey, Childcare Department (between 3:30 – 4:30)
A couple of the readers will be reading a children’s book specific to their department in addition to reading books that focus on these themes for the day: Dealing with Your Feelings, Getting Along with Others, and Controlling Myself. Great topics for anybody!
Support for National Campaign includes; eyeopening school assemblies, progressive social media messages, and a proclamation from the chief
By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM), a national campaign that creates awareness about the high rate of U.S. teens (one out of every three) who are impacted by physical, verbal, sexual and emotional abuse every year. The Osage Nation Family Violence Program (ONFVP) is actively supporting the campaign by sharing information online, getting information to schools and students, and by garnering support from Osage Nation leadership.