Services Provided


Tutoring is available at the Elementary level.


The Title VI Parent Committee raises funds throughout the year to provide graduating seniors with financial assistance to attend trade school, college, or to enlist with the military. Graduating seniors must possess a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 at the January marking period of their senior year. Another requirement for the scholarship is a minimum of six (6) volunteer service hours donated to the Indian Ed program at any time during the student's school career. Each year, award recipients are notified and acknowledged for their achievements at the Spring Feast in April.

In addition, the following resources could lead to financial assistance for college:


Culture and Craft Classes

Presentations of culture and craft classes are included in each school building throughout the year. The Title VI Parent Committee hosts the Fall and Spring Feasts each school year.

Reading Materials & Videos

The Title VI Program has many Native American books, magazines and videos available for student or teacher use.

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