Indian Education

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Title VI

Federally funded program that goes directly to local programs to meet academic, social and cultural needs.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Federal 506 form
  • Copy of students Certificate of Indian Blood (CDIB) OR tribal membership OR parents CDIB with tribal membership and student birth certificate OR a grandparents CDIB with tribal membership and parent birth certificate and students birth certificate.

Johnson O'Malley Program- JOM

Federally funded program that provides academic tutoring, counseling, student fieldtrips, cultural activities and school supplies.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Federal 506 form
  • Copy of student's OWN tribal membership or tribal enrollment

Meeting Location:

Indian Education Committee/ JOM Regular Meetings at 6 PM at Coweta High School, 14607 S. 305th E. Ave.

October 9th
December 11th
February 12th
April 8th - Title VI Public Hearing/IEC Elections 

Native American Advisor

Dalynn Steelmon
(918)486-4474 ext 5167

Parent Committee

The Committee consists of parents of Native American students enrolled in Coweta Public Schools. Meetings are conducted four times a year. Parents of Native American students are encouraged to be involved in our program.

President Christina McHenry
Vice President Marjorie Crawford
Jami Berg
Member Lynn Frierson
Member Andrea Dean

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