American Indian/Alaska Native Education Program (Title VI)
- Title VI AI/AN Program Student Qualifications
- Services Provided
- Culture Nights
- Summer Camp
- Contact Info
Indian means an individual who is--
- A member of an Indian tribe or band, as membership is defined by the Indian tribe or band, including any tribe or band terminated since 1940, and any tribe or band recognized by the State in which the tribe or band resides;
- A descendant of a parent or grandparent who meets the requirements described in paragraph
- of this definition;
- Considered by the Secretary of the Interior to be an Indian for any purpose;
- An Eskimo, Aleut, or other Alaska Native; or
- A member of an organized Indian group that received a grant under the Indian Education Act of 1988 as it was in effect on October 19, 1994.
Beaverton School District's Title VI American Indian/ Alaska Native program provides the following services for AI/AN students from federally recognized tribes:
- In class presentation
- College and scholarship information
- Culture nights
- Campus tours
- Student advocacy
- NAPAC meetings
- A culturally based academic summer program.
Students who are enrolled in BSD's Title VI AI/AN (506 form on file and approved) are eligible for both the Native Lifeways Summer Camp as well as BSD's supplemental elementary and secondary month long summer school. Fees waived. Breakfast, Lunch and transportation provided.
A completed summer school registration form is required.