Graduation Information: In accordance with Oklahoma House Bill 3046, LPS Native American students will be permitted to bead their graduation caps and wear their Eagle feather during their commencement ceremony. Senior students may bead around the edge of the graduation cap and wear Eagle feathers, which tribe elders present to them as part of religious, spiritual and cultural traditions. An Eagle feather is a high honor in recognition of a great accomplishment such as graduation and held in high regard to family, community, tribal citizenship and leadership. Eagle feathers represent achievement, strength, honor.

 

Indian Education

Raylisha Seid

Policy 1: The LEA will disseminate relevant applications, evaluations, program plans and information related to the LEA's education program and activities with sufficient advance notice to allow tribes and parents of Indian children the opportunity to review and make recommendations. [34CFR222.94(a)(1)]

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Applications

Program Plans

Indian Education Services

Native American Student Data

Evaluations & Comments

Meetings

Parent Committee  By-Laws

Impact Aid

Scholarships

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Resources for Families & Students

Attention Wichita graduates! Save the date and don't forget to RSVP to attend the 2022 Education Banquet to be held 6/3/22 @ 6pm in the Community Building, Wichita Tribal Complex in Anadarko, OK. Dinner will be served. Graduation Assistance applications can be found online at: https://wichitatribe.com/programs/education/graduation-banquet.aspx. Please email or call 405-247-8612 for more information.

 

Oportunities

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Tutoring
Tutoring

PreK-12th grade Indian Education students can sign up for FREE tutoring services provided through the Indian Education grant. Click on the picture above to sign up.

Calculators

JOM High School Students can apply to receive a calculator for their math class provided by the JOM grant. Click on the picture above to apply.

ACT Voucher

Indian Education High School Students can apply to receive a voucher to defray the cost of the ACT assessment. Click on the picture above to apply.

JOM Coats Sign Up

JOM students in PreK-12th grades can sign up to receive a winter coat paid for by the LPS JOM grant. Click on the picture above to request a coat.

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Comanche Nation Scholarship

Educational Resources for Families & Teachers

College Resources

Newsletter

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November News
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Native Knowledge
Teacher Resources

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National JOMA Conference 2021

Spotlight on LPS Native Students

LPS Indian Education Services

For Title VI and JOM questions/concerns, or for assistance with funding for High School Graduation Cap & Gown, ACT registration fee, or AP Test fees, please contact:

Raylisha Stanley