What is the Native American Education Program?
The Native American Education Program provides cultural and educational services to American Indian and Alaska Native children. These services include tutoring assistance, presentation of Native American cultural classes during regular day and after school, and outreach to parents of students.
Native American and Alaskan Native students, K-12, may participate in this program. Families and students become eligible for services through completing and submitting an eligibility form for each child. Please email Josh Hoaglen, Native American Program Educator, at firstname.lastname@example.org for this eligibility form or for more information. Return the completed form to Educational Equity, 9510 Elk Grove-Florin Road, Elk Grove 95624.
How Do Students Participate?
Tutoring or outreach services are provided at the request of the parent, guardian, or school site. Cultural classes are open to all program students, K-12.
The enrollment form is located below:
506 Enrollment Form – English
When Are Program Services Held?
Tutoring services are available throughout the school year. Culture classes are scheduled throughout the year, including a special summer program. Contact the Native American Program Educator for the schedule.
Why Do Students Participate?
Students participate in the Native American Education program for a variety of reasons: for assistance with school work, particularly reading and math; for culturally related enrichment; for support and encouragement in the achievement of challenging standards; for assistance in working toward entering institutions of higher education.
EGUSD Native American Education Program Parent Meetings and Events:
All meetings are open to the public and will be held at the Robert L. Trigg Education Center at 9510 Elk Grove-Florin Road, Elk Grove, CA 95624. Please call (916) 686-7712 for meeting/event schedule.
Tobacco Talk – Native American Youth PSA
Written & performed by the youth from Wilton Rancheria & the Elk Grove American Indian Education Program (located in Sacramento, California).