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Native American Education Program

Native American Education Program

The North Syracuse School District offers academic supports to eligible Native American and Alaskan Native students of the District.  Academic support costs are covered by grant funding available through the United State Office of Indian Affairs.  Based on funding, the following supports may be offered to students:
 

  • After-School Tutoring Provided by Certified Teachers for students Grades K-12
  • Financial Support for Advanced Placement Courses and SAT Registration
  • School Supplies
 
The tutoring services are open to eligible Native American students in grades K-12.  Tutors are certified teachers and take place at District school buildings or local libraries. Tutoring supports may be limited based on funding and number of students participating.
 

To find out more about your supports available through the Native American grant or to learn more, contact the office of Nickolas Scholz at (315) 218-2153 or email  nscholz@nscsd.org.
Please note, to qualify for the program, you must complete an Indian Student Eligibility Certification Form or 506 form