Superintendent Larry K. Shumway and Utah State Board of Education member Mark Openshaw of District 13 visited Navajo Mountain High School Wednesday.
The 9-12 high school in the San Juan School District serves a total of 31 students in the Navajo Mountain community. The school is located in a rural remote area five miles north of the Utah-Arizona border. The high school has four teachers and a total of 13 staff. Orlo Knight is the school’s lead teacher and administrator.
During the year, Supt. Shumway travels across the state visiting districts and meeting with their staff and students.