Lake Shore Public Schools hereby publicly announces a hearing will be held on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. and at 12:30 p.m. at Lake Shore High School, 22980 East Thirteen Mile Rd., Room 117, St. Clair Shores, Michigan.
This is a Public Hearing for the purpose of discussing the use of the Elementary & Secondary Education Act, Title VII, Part A (Indian Education Act monies).
All members of the public are invited to discuss the academic and cultural needs of the students of Indian descendants with the Parent Committee. If there are any questions, please feel free to contact Mr. Nathan Heier at (586) 285-8930.
Indian Education is a Federal program, now under Title VI, whose purpose is "to support the local school district in its effort to provide Indian students the opportunity to achieve high standards and meet the special educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indian and Alaska Native students." E.D.G.A.R. 34 CFR Section 9102 (a.)
This program serves Native American students in Lake Shore Public Schools, South Lake, Lakeview, Roseville, Fraser, East Detroit and Harper Woods school districts.
Any student registered in our program can be involved in activities. A form called the 506 form must be completed to be considered registered. Although a Tribal Enrollment number is preferred, a parent/guardian can register their child if they have the minimum information of student name, tribal affiliation, and a parent signature. Please e-mail or phone our office for a registration form.
The Lake Shore Public Schools Indian Education Consortium has been serving the local Native American community for over 30 years.
To ensure the academic success and meet the cultural needs of our Native American students. Our primary objective is to raise student achievement in reading and math.
Lake Shore Schools Indian Education Consortium
Rodgers Elementary School
21601 L'Anse Avenue
St. Clair Shores, MI 48081
Tel: (586) 285-8930
Fax: (586) 285-8933