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Mahnomen High School Title VII – Indian Education
 

Mitch Drobnick
Title VII Teacher
(218) 935-2211 Ext. 203     
 
Phyllis Wark
Title VII Tutor
Johnson O’ Malley    
(218) 935-2211 Ext. 203    

Rebekah Donner
Title VII Tutor
(218) 935-2211 Ext. 203

 

Nominees are needed for Mahnomen Public School’s Title VII Advisory Committee.

Title VII is a federal program that allocates money to school districts so districts can provide additional services, including tutoring, to American Indian students. 

The law requires an Advisory Committee made up of parents and/or grandparents of Title VII students currently attending Mahnomen schools.  This committee gives recommendations to the district’s administration and school board regarding Mahnomen’s Title VII program. 

Parents and grandparents of American Indian students are invited to serve on this committee. If you are interested in serving on the committee, or would like to nominate someone that would be interested, please contact Paula Stock at 935-2211, or email her at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Nominations will be accepted through October 31, 2014 with elections being held at Mahnomen School during fall parent-teacher conferences, November 5 and 6, 2014.



Title VII Indian Education

Title VII Indian Education is a federal project designed to provide eligible Indian, Native and Alaska Native students with tutoring, cultural enrichment, and other services designed to meet the “culturally related academic needs” of AI/AN students.

Title VII Mission

The purpose of Title VII is to promote and enhance student academic achievement on test scores in the content areas of Reading and Math.  Services will be provided to students individually and in small group settings.  Instruction will be provided both in the regular education classrooms and the Title VII Resource room.  The Title VII program will provide the highest quality educational tutoring in a safe and productive learning environment for all staff and students who work within the program. Title VII will exceed the education standards in the areas of reading and math among students who have been identified through standardized examinations.