NAE Parent Committee Meeting
JOM Public Meeting
Thursday, May 6, 2021
Title VI Public Meeting
Thursday, May 6, 2021
Immediately Following the JOM Meeting
Questions? Contact the NAE Office or email:
Your involvement is crucial to the success of the program!
Welcome to Jenks Public Schools Native American Education Program. Our program is a grant-funded program for those students with evidence of Native American descent. The program operates with guidance from Title VI and Johnson-O'Malley American Indian Education Parent Councils and Jenks Public Schools. Your involvement in the Parent Council is the backbone of this program. You are invited to attend all Council meetings.
Enrollment in Native American Education (NAE) is not automatic at the time of school enrollment. A 506 Form and tribal citizenship card documentation of the student must be on file in the NAE office in order for a student to be enrolled in the NAE program.
Through the funding provided by Johnson-O'Malley and Title VI grants, NAE provides financial support and supplemental programs for Native American and Alaska Native students enrolled in Jenks Public Schools. Among the program offerings are:
Basic school supplies PK-12
Community services and resources information
Cultural Enrichment Days
Higher Education and Scholarship Information
Liaison for school/ student/ parent communication
Liaison for tribal sponsored contests and awards recognition
Class fee assistance
Tuition fee waivers for Summer School (Limited funding per approval of NAE application)
For questions contact:
District NAE Coordinator
(918)299-4415 ext. 2769
• Camp Cherokee https://secure.cherokee.org/campcherokee
• Science Museum Oklahoma Summer Camp 2021 https://www.sciencemuseumok.org/summer-camps
• Tulsa Air and Space Museum summer camps https://www.tulsamuseum.org/stem-camps/
• Overnight at the Chuck Wagon. This is an overnight event at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Clarermore and it's packed with activities including dinner at the Chuck Wagon, 19th Century Games and Activities, Movies and the fun of staying all night at the Memorial Museum. Space is very limited for this new event. (First 15 children ages 5 - 12) July 9th, 2021Adult chaperone required. https://www.willrogers.com/overnight-at-the-chuckwagon
• Will’s Wild West Kids Camp June 21-23, 2021. This year will be tons of fun with lots of activities and learning about life in the West. Space is limited. DEADLINE JUNE 13 https://www.willrogers.com/frontier-days-kids-camp • National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) June 7 – 18 for grades 10-12 Polymer Life June 28 – July 2 grades 9-11 https://diversity.okstate.edu/departments/diversity-academic-support/summer-camps/summercamps.html
• https://tulsastem.org/summer-academy/ o Summer STEM camp grades 6-12 o Summer engineering camp - grades 6 -12 o Summer medical camp - grades 6-12 o Art and music o Difference makers – grades 9-12 • https://www.okcollegestart.org/High_School_Planning/Summer_academies/summer_academies.aspx grades 8-12
Shoutouts To Our High School Native American Students:
• 2021 Miss JHS Runner-Up is Macy Johnson (Chickasaw), 2021 Mr. JHS Runner-Up is Stephen Kittleman (Cherokee)
• April 22 softball defeated Union with 23 hits including Jessica Watson (Choctaw) 2 homeruns, Faith Russell 4 hits (Muscogee Creek), Dacia Sexton (Choctaw) 3 hits, and Emma Vickrey (Muscogee Creek) 3 hits
• April 19 softball defeated Bixby and Haskell. Special shout out to Dacia Sexton (Choctaw) for hitting 2 homeruns, and Emma Vickrey (Muscogee Creek), Jessica Watson (Choctaw), Kylie Hill (Muscogee Creek) and Natalie Rodman (Muscogee Creek) all hitting 1 homer also.
• March 30 softball victory at Deer Creek. Special shout out to Jessica Watson (Choctaw), Emma Vickrey (Muscogee Creek) and Dacia Sexton (Choctaw) for hitting home runs. The team is currently ranked #4 in the state. • Tyler Oakes (Choctaw) is a National Merit Finalist. • Hayden Bertotti (Muscogee Creek) is part of the Jenks Science Olympiad that won 2 nd place at the Oklahoma Science Olympiad.