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Indian Education

 Community Meeting  

The goal of Title VI Indian Education is to address the unique educational and cultural needs of Indian students. The U.S. Office of Indian Education, created in 1972, currently administers the Indian Education Program of the Every Student Succeeds Act.

Jeffco's Indian Education Program enthusiastically supports closing the opportunity gap for American Indian and Alaska Native students. American Indians have always had a strong belief in education. Traditional "knowledge and skills needed to survive in the natural world was transferred from one generation to the next, and the phrase, 'no child left behind,' was not an empty slogan… An important facet of this educational system, which reflected the worldview of hundreds of Indian Nations, was that everything was integrated; nothing was segregated. There was no division between the individual and the community…"

An entitlement grant to Jeffco Schools provides for services that coordinate with other programs and supplement the regular academic program with culturally specific resources.

Indian Education Mission

The mission of the Indian Education Program is to meet the unique educationally and culturally related academic needs of eligible students.



Title VI- 506 EnroLLment Form

Parent/Guardian: This form serves as the official record of the eligibility determination for each individual child included in the student count for the Title VI Indian Education Formula Grant Program. If you choose to submit a form, your child could be counted for funding under the program. The grantee receives the grant funds based on the number of eligible forms counted during the established count period. You are not required to complete or submit this form unless you wish for your child(ren) to be included in the Indian student count. This form should be kept on file with the grant applicant and will not need to be completed every year.


Indian Education Calendar of events


Program Offerings:

  • Community Liaison Services
  • Dropout Prevention & Credit Recovery Support
  • Parent/Family Involvement
  • Parent & Student Advocacy
  • Cultural Support
  • Cultural Engagement
  • Resource and Professional Development for Schools
  • High School & Middle School Mentoring
  • After School Programs
  • Scholarship Information 

The Indian Education Parent Advisory Committee

A parent advisory group provides the following support:

  • Advises Indian Education Program.
  • Assists in planning cultural activities.
  • Provides cultural support and insight.
  • Assist in implementing grant goals.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact Equity and Diversity Specialist, Indian Education Team Lead, Chenoa Crowshoe-Patterson at 303-982-6495 and at [email protected].

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