Title VI Indian Education Program

  • Klahowya! Osiyo! Halito!

    The Title VI Indian Education Project provides supplementary education support to students of documented American Indian ancestry representing over 100 U.S. tribes. Our project provides cultural education to connect students with their Native history, cultures and traditions, instilling pride and confidence to achieve challenging academic standards.

    The purpose of the Portland Public Schools Title VI Indian Education Act Project is to improve the academic success of American Indian/Alaska Natives through supplemental services that support the culturally related learning needs of project enrolled children and youth. Portland's Title VI Project is focused on three major areas:

     

    1. Improved academic achievement
    2. Increased student retention
    3. Increased Native cultural awareness/connections

     

    Visit the Indian Education Project Office in Jefferson High School!

    An extensive collection of Indian Education resources is located in the Project's Resource Library which is used by Native families, students, and district staff to access enriching curricular and instructional materials and support resources.

     


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Contacts

(503) 916-6499
indianeducation@pps.net

Angie Morrill (Klamath Tribes)
Program Director
503.916.6499 x71112
Sunshine Guzman (Shoshone-Bannock)
Student Support Specialist
503.916.6499 x71125
Valerie Nelson, (Ft. Peck Dakota/Lakota)
Community Agent
503.916.6499 x71118
Kate Damon
Senior Administrative Assistant
503.916.6499 x71113

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  • To Apply

    • Fill out a 506 Enrollment Form
    • Email it to indianeducation@pps.net
    • OR mail to 5210 N Kerby Ave. Portland, OR 97217
    • Student must be enrolled in PPS school or contracted program
    • Student must meet federal eligibility requirements (student, parent or grandparent enrolled in a State or Federally-recognized Tribe/Band/Nation)