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Kuwnee puyômuw (Welcome) to Weetumuw Katnuhtôhtâkamuq!
Our mission at Weetumuw Katnuhtôhtâkamuq is to "prepare students ages 3-9 for academic excellence and community leadership by instilling traditional Wampanoag values through Wôpanâak language immersion and culture-based education for decolonization using a Montessori pedagogy.
“Weetumuw Katnuhtôhtâkamuq students are immersed in Wampanoag language and culture in a safe, healthy, and loving environment, with the goal of fostering academic excellence, leadership skills, and a strong sense of personal, community, and cultural pride.”
Our school relies heavily on family and community involvement. Parents are asked to contribute to many aspects of our school in support of their children by attending language classes, attending meetings and events, bringing snacks, volunteering time, making donations, and lending expertise, to name some ways families have helped in the past. We also expect that all our families will uphold Weetumuw Katnuhtôhtâkamuq values: quhshuhkôtam8ôk (respect), sôpwânuqus8ôk (honesty), kutumôtyânutam8ôk (compassion), ahâpâôk (humility), wut8ânutam8ôk (bravery), and tâputôtam8ôk (gratitude).
This form is the first step to enrolling your child in either Mukayuhsak Weekuw (The Children’s House, Primary classroom for ages 2.9 to 6) or Wushkeenune8ak Weekuw (Lower Elementary classroom for ages 6 to 9).
Please submit this form online or via mail to WLRP, 11 Market St. #2241 Mashpee, MA 02649. If you have questions about the application and enrollment process, please call or email Nitana Hicks Greendeer at 508-477-0208 x168, or email@example.com.
Thank you for filling out this application.
Next steps will include a parent observation of the classroom your child will be entering (either Mukayuhsak Weekuw or Wushkeenune8ak Weekuw) and a classroom visit for your child during school, along with follow up paperwork. Nitana Hicks Greendeer (Head of School) will contact you as soon as possible and begin to coordinate the rest of the process.
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