Social Media Guidelines

  • Preparing Our Students to Walk Sucessfully in "Two Worlds"
    Chief Leschi Schools (CLS) is the largest Bureau of Indian Affairs School constructed in the nation. What we teach our children is rooted in traditional values. Our schools provide a culturally and academically rich environment that prepares our students for future success.
    Our students matter and they come first.
    We honor our students first and believe their best interests come before all others in the decisions we make for our schools. We honor the wisdom of our past and we partner with our community to develop WARRIOR PRIDE in our students and staff. The core of our work is to support our students learning. We uphold our responsibility to do what it takes to support each and every child to achieve their highest potential.
    CLS Social Media Guidelines: CLS encourages our community to an open dialog on our official social media sites. Our social media sites is a place where we celebrate and honor our students and encourage our community, staff, families, teachers, principals, community partners, and supporters to come together and celebrate our school successes with us. All we ask is that participants are remain respectful. Because we serve school-aged children, content posted on social media by our schools and participates must use language, style, and tone that is generally acceptable for school-aged children and families. Interactions on our schools social media that do not represent civility, respect, and reasoned dialogue will be removed.
    Additionally, the district reserves the right to remove comments and posts and ban users using obscene or disrespectful language, sexual content, and comments or posts that threaten or defame any person or organization, violate the legal ownership interest of another party, support or oppose political candidates or ballot propositions, promote illegal activity, promote commercial services or products, are not topically related to the particular posting, or contain contents that promote, foster, or perpetuate hate and/or discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. All content related to our schools business on our social media sites is a public record, subject to retention and disclosure. The district does not express approval or support for the views expressed by third-parties. If you would like a private response to a post on our social media sites, please send an e-mail to