The fourth grade puts on our big indigenous feast and festival every fall. During this part of the school year, students learn all about the indigenous tribes of California. For our feast and festival, students rotate through indigenous games, and at the end, we have a big feast. One station involves using a bow and arrow to try to hit a target. Students play the stave game and bone game. They also run relay races and try to throw a spear through a moving target.
Living history takes place in the spring. Students begin by line dancing for their parents. They learn how to line dance in PE. Then, similar to our feast and festival, students rotate through stations. They learn how to make candles, do leather making, and make corn husk dolls, to name a few of our stations.