Rock Point Chapter

Rock Point Chapter

Rock Point Chapter

Rock Point Chapter

Rock Point Chapter

Rock Point Chapter

Rock Point Chapter

Our Story

The first settler called the community “Beesh ii ahi” (standing metal) because of a windmill that was in the Area. Later, many local people were hired to build the community irrigation and diversion dam. The dam was built using manpower and teams of horses. It is said that the people were paid $1.00 to $1.50 a day to work on the project. The chapter acquired equipment – a grader, a front-end/back-end loader, and a farm tractor for use in assisting farming families with earthwork and irrigation systems. The chapter name was changed to reflect a nearby rock formation and to date the chapter is known as “Rock Point”.

Our Community

Rock Point Community Consists of:

Chapter House

  • Navajo Nation Chapter Government

Speedway Gas Station

  • Convenience Store (Varies Hours)
  • Laundromat (Varies Hours) 
  • Local Post Office

Navajo Christian Preparatory Academy

  • K- 6th Grade Education
  • Rock Point Health Clinic 
  • Hozho Cafe at Luthern Mission 
  • Church

Rock Point Community School

  • K- 12th Grade Education

Rock Point Navajo Nation Early Headstart Center

  • New Born- 3 Year Old Children Child Services
  • Services to Pregnant Women

Rock Point Senior Citizen Center

  • Services to Elders from the Age of 65 Years Old

Rock Point Apache County Sub-Office

  • Apache County Road Services

Tachiinii Nursing Services

  • Health Services to Communty/ Local Clients

Chapter Officials

Chapter President

Patterson Yazzie 

Chapter Vice-President

Janice L. Jim 

Chapter Sec./Treasurer

Nancy J. Harvey

Council Delegate 

Carl Slater

Grazing Representative

Reeder Descheny 

Navajo Nation

 NN President

Dr. Buu Van Nygren

NN Vice-President

Richelle Montoya

Chapter Administration


Comm. Services Coordinator

Charlene Kirk

Accts. Maintenance Specialist

Mary L. John