As you make your way into New Pascua in Tucson Arizona you will see a brown colored building nestled just north of Mt. Calvario Cemetery and west of Ili Uuism Mahtawampo Preschool building. Under the round clay tiled roof stands the new Education Complex for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. It is fitting that the building is located between these two supportive entities, the cemetery and the preschool. It is not one without the other that the new education building came to existence. We must honor the labor, thoughts and planning of ancestors and elders that came before us who instilled strong education values and hard work ethics. We must also look to our new generation of learners as catalyst for change and betterment of our educational system. As you walk into the new building you will be greeted by a floor mural depicting traditional images of Yoeme men and women. A round center breezeway connects the community library, computer labs and education administration offices anchored by a winding staircase and brightly colored walls. The building will also include glass enclosed display areas where cultural items can be displayed.