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American Indian Education Program,

Los Angeles Unified School District

 

   

 

Eligibility -- The Student or one of the parents/grandparents must be of American Indian/Alaskan Ancestry/Heritage. The Student must be enrolled in a Los Angeles Unified School District school and have an eligibility form (506) filed with the American Indian Education Title VII Program Office.

 

Schedule of Program Activities California Standards inked literacy and visual arts activities are offered for eligible American Indian Students weekly at participating schools sites.

 

Annual Student Art Show--- Students are brought to the Autry National Center for the annual Student Art Show and participate in culturally related visual arts workshops.

 

Annual Student Recognition Day -- Students are recognized for accomplishments that they have achieved during the school year.

 

Partnership We partner with other American Indian Organizations to enhance Healthy Lifestyles. Students are referred for tutoring, cultural awareness classes, teen pregnancy and drug/alcohol awareness. 

 

Conference Participation- Staff and Parents have the opportunity to attend State and National American Indian Educational Conferences.

 

Parent Committee -- Parent participation in monthly meetings at the Autry National Center (4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, Ca 90027) on the first Tuesday of each month. Potluck is served at 6:00 pm. Meeting is conducted from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

 LAUSD Indian Education Program, Title VII (pdf)

For further Information Call: Sandy Franks at  

213-241-7066   213-241-7067