Native American Education Program
The Native American Education Program (NAEP) consists of multi-funded, supplemental supports intended to meet the special academic and cultural needs of Native American students in the areas of reading, math and attendance.
- Federal ESSA Grant - Title VI
- U.S. Department of Education - Impact Aid
- Bureau of Indian Education Program - Johnson O'Malley funds (JOM)
Program Services Highlights
- Eligible school related expenses for Jr/Sr high school students
- Supplemental school supplies K-12
- Referrals to tuition-free indigenous colleges for those that qualify
- Cultural Immersion
- Health & Wellness classes for adults & students
- Indigenous language revitalization
- Eaglewings Newsletter
- Home & School Liaison Services
- Native American Honor Society
- Graduating Seniors Recognition
*Students must maintain academic and attendance criteria to receive program supports
NAEP Eligibility Guidelines
- Must be a student enrolled in Mesa Public Schools.
- Meets the student eligibility requirements as an "American Indian/Alaskan Native".
- Must file a Title VI Eligibility 506 Form with MPS NAEP office.