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Resources FOR NATIVE PARENTS

As part of our commitment to every student, every day, the Montezuma-Cortez School District is committed to ensuring that school-age American Indian children have equal access to all programs, services, and activities offered within the district.

Our Commitment


District personnel consult with tribal officials and parents of Indian children in the planning of policies and procedures, Title VI-funded programming, and other educational programming and activities.

No later than December of each year, the district reports on the services provided to American Indian children and reviews and revises relevant policies.

Parents and families of Indian children are encouraged to provide input to the district and schools about how the district can meet the needs of their children. Opportunities for input include:

  • Monthly school board meetings, on the second Tuesday of every month, beginning at 7 p.m.
  • Annual Indian Policies and Procedures (IPP) meetings every October
  • Parent Accountability Committee (PAC meetings for parents of Indian children
  • The district’s annual survey for parents of Indian children
  • Contacting the Assistant Superintendent

Annual Report on The Progress of Native American Students

To learn more about the the district's annual report on services provied to American Indian children and their academic performance please see our annual Report on the Progress of American Indian Students.

Join our PAC

We value your ideas and support in informin our programs.  Please consider joining our Parent Action Committee (PAC) for parents of American Indian students.  This committee meets several times a year and reviews district services and supports and provides input.  

To learn more please contact Donetta Jones at (970) 565-7522


Title VI of The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin in any program or activity that receives federal funds or other federal financial assistance. 

IS SOMETHING ON YOUR MIND?

Your feedback and thoughts are important to us and we invite you to contact your school or our superintendent at any time with questions, concerns, or suggestions