Indian Education Policies and Procedures Input
Indian Education Policies and Procedures Input
Posted on 09/21/2018
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September 24, 2018

Dear Parent or Guardian of a Native American Student,

The Central Union School District is responsible for providing your children with an exceptional elementary school education. The Central Union School District is required by the Federal Government to have an Indian Education Policies and Procedures (IPP) in place. The IPP plays an important role. The policy ensures there is communication and input regarding the education of our Native American students between the families and the Central Union School District.  

We are asking that you review the enclosed draft of the IPP and provide the District with your input. If you have ideas, thoughts, questions, or concerns, the Central Union School District would appreciate you taking the time to communicate that information to us in writing. You may write the information on the attached form and have the form returned to the Central or Stratford office, or you are welcome to email your comments, concerns, or questions to jraven@central.k12.ca.us by September 28, 2018.  The IPP will be approved by the CUESD Board at their November Board meeting.

All information submitted will be addressed and discussed at the Indian Education Council. Meetings are held 7 times per school year at the SRR Indian Education Center.

IPP Response Form
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Indian Education Board Policy
Indian Education Board Policy
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