American Indian Education Program

  • The purpose of the American Indian Education Program in the Fort Worth ISD is to provide academic support through cultural education. This program is awarded federal funding from the office of Indian Education to provide services to Native American students under the provisions of the Indian Education Formula Grant Program authorized in Part A, Subpart I of Title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. 

    Activities

    • Tutoring
    • Counseling
    • Diversity/Cultural Awareness
    • Year Round Presentations
    • Summer Cultural Camp
    • Tribal Language Resources

    Eligibility

    Children who are enrolled with the Fort Worth ISD and have an oral history of being a member, or whose parents or grandparents are members of an American Indian tribe or band, including those recognized by the State in which the tribe or band resides, are eligible for participation in the program. Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) verification is not required for this program.

    Partnerships

Contacts

  • Phone: 817-814-2879
    Fax: 817-814-2874

    Elizabeth Gravelle
    American Indian Education Program Liason
    817-814-2879

    June Davis
    Director
    817-814-2878