On April 28th (NJ), HWIS students in grades 2-5 hosted an exhibit exploring the heritage, language and architecture of the Taos Pueblo. Over the past few months, our students have spent hours diligently researching and learning about the Taos Pueblo community, creating their own interpretations of what it is like to live as this Native American tribe. Students reimagined adobe houses, jewelry, religious dwellings, and nearby rivers and lakes for their projects. Families were welcomed in with tribal dances recreated by the students, respecting sacred rituals of the Taos Pueblo people. HWIS would like to thank the teachers and students for the hard work they put into designing and presenting this exhibit, and teaching us all so much about the Taos Pueblo.

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