Programs and Services
Goals and Objectives
Increase academic success and achievement
Increase academic and educational opportunities
Provide supplemental academic services for all grades
Encourage parent participation
Improve the graduation rate of American Indian students
Increase communication between home and school
Improve daily attendance
Reduce the dropout rate among American Indian students
Empower families for appropriate self-advocacy
Increase college matriculation
Connect families to tribal resources
- Utilization of academic and cultural resources
Title VI Program (implemented in 1974)
The Title VI program serves approximately 2,017 students in the Norman Public Schools system.
- Enrollment form
Contact the office for assistance with filling out this form.
Title VI services include:
- Elementary tutoring program - on-site tutoring during school hours for students
- Secondary tutoring program - on-site tutoring during school hours for students
- School supplies
- ACT/SAT/PSAT Test Scholarships
- ACT/SAT/PSAT Prep Scholarships
- Advanced Placement Test Fee Scholarships
- Fees for Honor Society and other educational programs
- College Links Program - Yearly "College Road Trips" for students in grades 2nd, 7th, and 9th - 12th in preparation for college.
- Cap and Gown Scholarships
- College and Career Fairs
- Career Counseling
Johnson O'Malley Program (implemented in 1991)
The JOM Program serves approximately 1,233 Native American students in the Norman Public Schools.
- Tribal membership card/letter or CDIB. The JOM Program requires a student to be eligible for tribal membership with a federally recognized tribe. Parents must provide written documentation.
- Birth Certificate linking a student to a parent who has tribal membership.
JOM services include:
- Assistance with school supplies
- Assistance with classroom fees
- Battle of The Books Reading Competition (4th Grade students only)
- Middle School Student Rewards Program - recognizing students earning A's and B's per semester
- Mini-Festive for all 3rd Grade students
- Educational opportunities/competitions
- Cultural programs
Resources Available For Check Out
- Library book by Native American authors and books on many different tribes and cultures
- Laptops for high school students
- TI-83 Plus calculators for high school students taking higher level math classes; standard calculators for middle school students
- Teacher resource kits