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Cheryl Tuttle

 

        My name is Cheryl Tuttle.  I grew up in Hoopa, attending Hoopa Elementary and Hoopa High School before receiving my B.A. from Humboldt State University.  I am a member of the Yurok tribe and I also have Karuk ancestry. At HSU, I was a member of the Indian Teacher Education and Personnel Program.  I received my Multiple-Subjects Credential from Dominican College.  I later received my Administrative Credential from Sonoma State.  I received a Master’s in Education from Wilkes University with an emphasis on the Art and Science of Teaching. 

        I have been teaching at Round Valley since 2003, in a variety of roles: CDS teacher, 6th grade teacher, Principal, Curriculum Coach, Multi-Media & Yearbook teacher, and the Indian Land Tenure teacher. Currently I am the Native Studies Director for RVUSD.  I teach Wailaki language 1 and 2 and Native American Studies at the high school.  I teach Lessons of Our Round Valley Land for grades K-8.  I am the advisor of the Native American Club at the high school and the mentor for the Dreamstarter Grant.

Round Valley Unified School DistrictHoward and High Streets

PO Box 276Covelo, CA  95428707-983-6171

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