Indian Education Grant

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Chippewa Valley Schools

L'Anse Creuse Public Schools

New Haven Community Schools

Richmond Community Schools

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Indian Education Program Workshops

Next Parent Meeting

When: April/May 2021
Where:  Zoom - Virtual
Time:  4:30 pm


About us

Chippewa Valley School District has a federal grant called The Indian Education Grant Consortium, which includes students from Chippewa Valley, L'Anse Creuse, New Haven and Richmond Schools. and every year the district invites parents to consider enrolling their children in this program.


The grant will offer your children the following services, free of charge:

  • Reading Tutoring

  • Math Tutoring

  • Indian Craft / Cultural / History Workshops

  • Quarterly newsletters describing the activities offered each month

  • Quarterly Parent Committee Meetings

Families from all four school districts will receive our newsletter and are eligible to participate in Parent Committee Meetings.


Title VI ED 506 Indian Student Eligibility Certification Form


If your children have Indian Ancestry, and are not registered in our program, please click the 506 Indian Student Eligibility Certification, print the form, complete it, and send it back to Chippewa Valley Schools, Indian Education Grant Program, 19120 Cass Avenue, Clinton Township, MI 48038 Attn: Nicole Faehner or you may fax it to 586-723-2021. 

If you need assistance with determining if your tribe is Federally or State Recognized, please view this link: 



    Facilitator of the Indian Education
    Grant Consortium
    Phone: 586-723-2000
    Fax: 586-723-2021



  -  Anne Sytsma - Teacher/ Indian Education Specialist
     Secondary Schools