Title VI Services
To be eligible for services through the Title VI Program at Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS), students must be enrolled in the district, the parent or first grandparent must bring their tribal enrollment number, and a 506 form must be completed at the Indian Education Office, located at 701 S. Main St.
The following are some of the services that Title VI offers to Broken Arrow students:
Academic Exploration Class
Title VI funding provides a certified teacher for the Title VI academic exploration class at each of BAPS' five middle schools. This elective course tracks a student's class work in all subject areas as well as their absences and behavior. This class also connects students with their cultural heritage as well as teaches organizational and leadership skills
Elementary homework help for students in grades 2-5 is on Mondays and Thursdays at Central on Main in room 128, 6-7 p.m. Elementary teachers are available to work with students.
Secondary high school homework help for students in grades 9-12 is on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Broken Arrow Virtual Academy, 6-7 p.m. Teachers are available to work with students.
Every fall, Title VI partners with JOM to offer an annual college fair for Broken Arrow Native American students in grades 9-12. During this event, more than 30 colleges, universities, higher education representatives and technical schools from across the nation travel to Broken Arrow to meet with Indian Education students.
College Prep Course
Title VI partners with JOM to offer a college prep course for Broken Arrow Indian Education students in grades 11 and 12. Offered at the end of the school year, this class allows students to spend three days visiting area colleges to learn about scholarships and financial aid.
For more information about these services, please contact 918-259-5734.