"Hello and Welcome"

The mission of Del Norte County Unified School District's Title VI American Indian 

Education Program is to support the efforts of local educational agencies, 

Indian Tribes and organizations, post secondary institutions and other entities to meet the 

unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indian and 

Alaska Native students, so that such students can meet the same challenging State student 

academic achievement standards as all other students are expected to meet. 

Reference:Title VI Part A, Subpart 1

Program Updates!   
The 18/19 objectives have been approved ! The program is moving forward with these Objectives and look forward to collaborating with many community agencies throughout the next 4 years ! 
1. Increase Academic Achievement by Increasing at Risk Student Support (Increase attendance rate)
2. Increase School & Career Readiness
3. Increase College Enrollment
4. Increase Native American language instruction programs (Increase parents participation, Increase knowledge of cultural identity and awareness, Increase prevention programs for violence, suicide and substance abuse) 
5. Enhance problem solving and cognitive skills development and directly support attainment of state standards (decrease school dropout rate , increase graduation rate)
Title VI Indian Education Parent Committee has decided to redesign some program events. 
There will NOT be an End of Year Event this year. Instead, the program will have a Fall Kick Off Event at the beginning of the 18/19 school year. The Title VI Students will be recognized for accomplishments during 17/18 school year by staff and Parent committee members in small groups at each school.
Next Parent Committee meeting will be June 26th 5:15 Redwood School!

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