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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.

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