PHILOSOPHY

It is the philosophy of the residential life program that every resident, employee, and guest, possesses the right to reside within the safe and healthy living environment that is conductive to motivating and supporting the personal, social, mental, and spiritual growth and development of its residents.


It is the ethical responsibility of the entire residential living community to protect and promote the values underlying this principle and to participate in creating, developing, and exhibiting the positive attitude necessary in creating a homelike atmosphere with the foremost care and concern of the students within every action demonstrated and taken within the residential community.

Our Mission!


“The mission of the Winslow Residential Hall, Inc. is to provide a strong and healthy life skills foundation for all residential students through a positive residential like experience of a quality home-life educational environment, which will enable them to recognize positive choices, make wise and informed decisions, and upon graduation, become a motivated life-long learner with choices to obtain a post-secondary education or secure a career of their choice.”

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 I am Isabel Sarah Britton. This is my third year with Winslow Residential Hall, Inc. (WRHI) I am honored to be the Homeliving Supervisor for WRHI. I am originally from Keams Canyon, AZ however presently I reside in Winslow, AZ. I am half Navajo and half Tewa. My maternal clans are Kiyaa’ aanii (Towering House Clan) and Ta’chii’ nii (Red Running Into the Water). My paternal clan is Kachina. I attended elementary school at Keams Canyon Boarding School and secondary school at Winslow Unified School District. Therefore I am an alumna from Winslow Unified School District and Winslow Residential Hall, Inc. I have four children whom are adults now and six grandchildren. I graduated with a Master Degree with an emphasis in Bilingual and Multicultural Education from Northern Arizona University. I taught at Pinion, AZ for a couple of years after receiving my degree. It is my belief that furthering Education is a tool in today’s society. It is my belief we learn something every day of our life. I am blessed to work with Native American students at Winslow Residential Hall, Inc. and also in the Community of Winslow, AZ.