Community Involvement

  • •Elders to support Indian Education and advocate for schools

  • •Parental Involvement

  • •Network with local, state, and national – multiple entities

  • •Faith-based

  • •Support each other in professional and community outreach

  • •Visibility within community

Tribal community Professional community Faith-based community


Parent Involvement

  • Scholarship/Financial Aid Handbook Workshop

  • Summer Camp Workshop

  • Access to the Computer Lab

  • Indian Education library material

  • Year-round tours of the Museum and Art Gallery

  • Serve on parent committee. (Parents are elected in the spring. This committee meets monthly).

  • Parents/Elders presentations

  • Conference chaperones

  • Reading Workshop

Student Involvement

  • Monitoring attendance and drop out prevention

  • vConferences with students, teachers, administrators, and parents

  • vReading tutorial and enrichment

  • vCultural presentations at schools

  • American Indian Student Association (AISA) Club

  • vAmerican Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)

  • vScholastic Aptitude Test prep (SAT) class

  • vFinancial assistance with SAT, ACT, and college applications

  • Local, state, and national conference participation.

  • Use of the IERC computer lab, library, museum and art gallery.

  • VISION volunteer for grades 9-12

  • Summer Camps grades 3-12