• Book Club is available after school (3:40PM - 4:40PM) for one hour every Wednesday to Middle School Native American students. Meet in Miss Riley's room 201 in the middle hallway. This is an opportunity to enhance reading skills and learn about curturallly diverse characters.

     

    Snacks will be provided!

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  • Check with your tribe to see if they are participating in any technology programs. This can help purchase technology items, for example, laptops, printers, etc.

     

    If your child is a Title VI or JOM student in high school/middle school their supplies were passsed out at schedule pick up. Bradley student's supplies were taken to their classroom.

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  • Native American Opportunities

    Native American Opportunities

    The Title VI/JOM programs provide supplemental services to the Native American students enrolled at Drumright Public Schools. Each year, the amount of funding we receive for services to students depends upon the number of Native American students that have a completed 506 Form. If you need help filling out this form, or have any questions regarding services for your child, contact Jessica Spracklen at 918-844-0826 or jspracklen@drumright.k12.ok.us.

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  • Title VI/JOM Public Meeting Dates

    • August 24, 2020 6:00PM
    • October 20, 2020 6:00PM
    • March 2, 2021 6:00PM
    • May 4, 2021 6:00PM

     

    Agendas and Zoom links will be posted on Cooper Middle School/High School west entrance and Bradley east entrance. All meetings will be Zoom meetings. 

Muscogee Creek Nation Dept of Education and Training