NAE District Coordinator
Academic class fees will paid by our Native American Grant funds, as funds are available. NAE follows district guidelines for fee payment.
Request for class fees are due approximately two weeks after school begins each semester.
Only fees required for graduation are paid. The student requests the Letter of Authorization form (Class Fee Form) from the NAE office or download the form below. They then take it to the teacher to complete the form. The classroom teacher must complete the letter of authorization and then returns the form to the student who brings it to the NAE Office for approval.
Click the link below for the letter of authorization.
Letter of Authorization (Class Fee Form)
Congratulations To NAE's 2022 Graduating Seniors
Congratulations to our 2022 East Elementary Muscogee Nation Challenge Bowl Team
Proud of these students that met twice a week after school since October preparing for the Challenge Bowl! They did an awesome job!!
Cherokee Nation Foundation Scholarship
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Indian Parent Committee Meetings
September 8, 2022
Education Service Center
Title VI Meeting
September 8 ,2022
Immediately following the JOM Meeting
Please fill out the Needs Assessment Form
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 Indian Parent Committees and Jenks Public Schools. Your involvement in the Parent Committee is the backbone of this program. You are invited to attend all Committee 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
- ACT and SAT fee assistance
- Challenge Bowl Competition
Tuition fee waivers for Summer School (Limited funding per approval of NAE application)