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Indian Education Committee (IEC)

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The Indian Education Committee works to develop educational programs designed to meet the specialized and unique educational needs of Indian children, and approves all programs and budgets funded by the Johnson-O'Malley Program (JOM).

The committee consists of elected parents and guardians of Indian students who are enrolled in schools that are receiving funding under the JOM program.

IEC Information

Indian Education Committee By-Laws

The IEC authority requires periodic meetings where important decisions are made in official action and necessitates uniform operating procedures that an audit trail and substantiating rational and educated oversight management of the JOM program.

Indian Education Committee Members

Lorrain Bilotti
IPC/IEC Chair
At-Large Parent Representative
(505) 884-6392

Jean Mahooty
IPC/IEC Vice-chair
Zuni Pueblo Parent Representative
(505) 884-6392

Theresa Ortiz
IPC/IEC Secretary
At-Large Parent Representative
(505) 884-6392

Howard Connick
At-Large Parent Representative
IPC/IEC
(505) 884-6392

Nora J. Morris
To’hajiilee Parent Representative
IPC/IEC
(505) 884-6392

Sheryl Duran
APS Counselor
IPC/IEC
(505) 268-3961

Tara Spencer
High School Student Representative
IEC/IPC
(505) 884-6392

 

 

 

 

Johnson-O’Malley Program (JOM) Documents

The Johnson-O'Malley Program education plan's goals and objectives are developed through educational data received from conducting needs assessment of the community served. Below we've compiled documents with information useful to members of the Indian Education Committee as well as parents and students interested in becoming involved in supporting the Indian Education community.

Contracting Legislation Documents

Contract Management

Needs Assessment

Goals and Objectives

Education Plan

Monitoring

Reporting

Re-contracting

Document Actions
Indian Education News
School Supplies for APS Native American Students
School supplies for eligible Native American students who are currently enrolled in APS. Eligible student are those students with Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) and a completed 506 form on file with the APS Indian Education Department. School supplies will be handed out beginning August 4, 2014 between the hours of 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday-Friday Uptown Blvd. NE 4th floor west, Indian Education conference room.
2014 Summer Cultural Enrichment Program
Registration will begin March 24, 2014 for eligible Native American Students in grades K-12 who are currently enrolled in APS. The program will begin June 2 through June 30, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Monday through Friday. Location: John Adams Middle School 5401 Glenrio Road NW
College Connection Day for Native American Students is Sept. 28
The Indian Education Department has scheduled its 2013 College Connection Day from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at the APS administration building, 6400 Uptown Blvd. NE.