Indian Education Grant Consortium
Chippewa Valley Schools
L'Anse Creuse Public Schools
New Haven Community Schools
Richmond Community Schools
The goal of our program is that students demonstrate academic growth and meet appropriate grade level content expectations as outlined in the Michigan Curriculum Framework.
Mathematics: By June 2015, at least 30% of the students tutored in Math, would exhibit ½-grade increase in the subject tutored.
Reading: By June 2015, at least 30% of the students tutored in reading, (ELA) would exhibit ½-grade increase in the subject tutored.
When cultural education & sensitivity training/workshops are available, appropriate staff members will be included.
National Indian Education Conference
Workshops are held on Saturdays four times per year at Cheyenne Elementary School, 47600 Heydenreich Rd.(N. of 21 Mile Rd.), Macomb, MI 48044
Results for the 2011-2012 School Year
Our Indian Ed Specialists serviced 166 students in Chippewa Valley, L’Anse Creuse, New Haven and Richmond school Districts.·
Elementary School we serviced 60 students: 34 exhibited at least ½ grade increase·
Middle School, 74 students were serviced, 23 exhibited at least 1 grade increase·
High School, 32 students were serviced 21 exhibited at least 1 grade increase
Overall, for the 2011-2012 school year at the elementary level we had a 57% improvement, middle school we hadf a 31% improvement and high school we had 66% improvement.
Three workshops and 1 field trip attended by 126 students
Jewelry – 32 Students
Nature – 38 students
Turtle Rattle – 28 students
Field Trip to Ziibiwing Center – 28 students
Results for the 2012-2013 School Year
Our Indian Ed Specialists serviced about 178 students in Chippewa Valley, L'Anse Creuse, New Haven and Richmond School Districts.
· Elementary we serviced 90 students; 65 exhibited at least 1/2 grade increase
· Middle School a total of 42 students were serviced, 29 exhibited at least 1 grade increase
· High School a total of 46 students were serviced, 29 exhibited at least 1 grade increase
Overall, at the Elementary level, we had a 72% improvement; Middle School we had a 69% improvement and High School 63% improvement in the subjects the students were tutored.
Four Workshops attended by 110 studentsDancing – 25 students
Moccasins – 37 students
Dream Catcher – 36 students
Crafter’s Choice – 12 students
Results for the 2013-2014 School Year
Our Indian Ed Specialists serviced about 165 students in Chippewa Valley, L'Anse Creuse, New Haven and Richmond School Districts.
Elementary: 70 students were tutored in Reading, Writing and/or Math
ELA: 76% improved at least 1 grade
Math: 85% improved at least 1/2 grade
Middle School: 51 students were tutored in Math, English, Science and/or Social Studies
ELA: 44% improved at least 1/2 grade
Math: 36% improved at least 1/2 grade
High School: 44 student were tutored in English, Math, Science and/or History
ELA: 100% improved at least 1/2 grade
Math: 67% improved at least 1/2 grade
To Contact Us:
Chippewa Valley Schools
19120 Cass Avenue
Facilitator of the Indian Education Grant Program