American Indian Education Program
American Indian Program Coordinator
American Indian Cultural Liaison
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Roseville American Indian Education is a district-wide program with a goal of promoting cultural awareness, academic advocacy, and community connection for our American Indian students and families. American Indian Education program staff meet with students during the school day biweekly to provide American Indian students with a 30-minute cultural learning experience, or an academic check-in. Students also have access to any or all the following activities: field trips, college visits, academic support, cultural activities, and family engagement events.
Who is eligible to participate in Roseville Indian Education?
The Roseville American Indian Education program serves students who are enrolled members of a tribe, have Native American ancestry but are not an enrolled member of a tribe, and have Native American ancestry but are unaware of tribal affiliation. Students who are enrolled in a tribe or have a parent/grandparent with an enrollment number are encouraged to fill out a Title VII/506 forms to help sustain funding for the Roseville American Indian Education program.
What are the different ways my student can participate in Roseville American Indian Education?
Students can participate in Roseville American Indian Education during the school day via cultural groups and academic check-ins, or they can participate as an "online check-in only" to indicate that the student prefers to not participate in cultural groups or academic check-ins during class.