Photo Gallery

Day Work Program

gallery-01The Day Work Program (DWP), which has been in operation since December 2011, has been very successful so far. Enrolled Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community members can come in and work for a day and receive payment on that same day for their work.

Community Basket-weavers Alice and Audrey

gallery-02In April, eight women of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, along with 20 other Native American women representing the 21 tribes of Arizona, were inducted into the Women’s Plaza of Honor at the University of Arizona campus in Tucson.
Two of them were mother and daughter Audrey Santo and Alice Manuel; the two were selected for their leadership, contributions and preservation of culture. Both were recognized for their basket-making and their willingness to continue to teach the women of the Akimel O’odham to preserve the legacy of O’odham basket-making throughout the years.

Salt River High Homecoming

gallery-03“When Angry Birds Battle” was the theme for the schoolwide Homecoming celebration at Salt River High School on September 21. Throughout the day and evening, a variety of events took place around the school.

Salt River Family Health & Fitness Day

gallery-04On September 15, more than 200 participants of all ages came out to the Salt River High School athletics parking lot to take part in the second annual Salt River Family Health & Fitness Day, hosted by the Salt River Fitness Center.