Title VI is designed to ensure that our Native American students meet the challenging state academic content standards. Our goals is to continue strengthening our collaboration with parents and tribal members to meet the unique needs of our Native American students.
The Valley Center-Pauma Unified School District will hold the annual Title VI Grant Public Hearing on January 07, 2021, to actively consult and involve parents of Native students regarding the funds received under the Title VI EASIE Grant. Interested parents, guardians and tribal representatives are invited for input. The links below will take your to the Zoom Meeting details as well as the grant budget for SY 20/21 and the proposed budget for SY 21/22. If you have any questions please call the Special Projects Office at 760-749-0464.
The Valley Center-Pauma Unified School District will hold the annual Children Living on Tribal Lands Meeting on October 29, 2020, to actively consult and involve parents and tribes of children residing on Native land regarding the planning and development of the educational program of the Valley Center-Pauma School District. Interested parents, guardians and tribal representatives are invited for input. If you have any questions please call the Special Projects Office at 760-749-0464.
This Thursday, 10/29, 3:15-4:30
Triton Talks: Supporting Native American Students
Open to all students, families and communities.
Learn about opportunities and resources available to Native students at UC San Diego
Register at: https://beatriton.ucsd.edu/register/SupportinNativeAmericanStudents
Thursday, 11/12, 3:30-5:00
UC Native Insights
For high school seniors or community college transfer students applying to the UC system
Learn tips and pointers for completing the UC application. Opportunity for review and feedback of application by Admissions Counselor.
Register at: https://beatriton.ucsd.edu/register/NativeStudentInsights