Indian Education

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The Grants/Cibola County School’s Office of Indian Education provides academic support and outreach to Native American Students and Families through educational services and activities. Currently, Native American students make up 47 percent of the total student population of the school district. Each school site has a Title VII Indian educational assistant or liaison. In addition, the Office also administers the Title VIII Impact Aid program and the New Mexico Public Education Department, Indian Education Department Grant.


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  • Tribal Education Status Report 2017-2018
    Per the Indian Education Act (IEA) Article 23A Indian Education, NMSA Section 2223A7 Report and IEA Rulemaking (Title 6, Chapter 25 Part 2.11): 
    A. The Indian education division in collaboration with the education division of the federal bureau of Indian affairs and other entities that server tribal students shall submit an annual statewide tribal education status report no later than November 15 to all New Mexico tribes. 
    B. A school district with tribal lands located within its boundaries shall provide a district-wide tribal education status report to all New Mexico tribes represented within the school district boundaries. The report must include the twelve indicators listed herein. The report must be provided on or before July 30th following the close of the previous school year. Copies of the reports must be provided to the assistant secretary at the time the reports are provided to the respective tribes and parents/guardians.
    Posted Oct 31, 2018, 10:26 AM by Bob Tenequer
  • Navajo Clothing Form
    The Office of Indian Education is requesting Navajo Parents to submit Navajo Clothing Forms for the 2016-2017 School Year.  For more information contact the office of Indian Education at 505-285-2605.
    Posted Oct 31, 2018, 9:59 AM by Bob Tenequer
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