Orange County Schools Native American Parent Advisory Board
Orange County Schools have taken an active role in the developing quality programs for many their members in their diverse student population. One pro-gram that has been created is aimed at supporting student performance and improving instructional options for students of Native American heritage. So that you can better achieve these aims the Orange County Schools Indigenous American Parent Advisory Committee is made. The Indigenous American Parent Advisory Committee acts under Title VII federal instructions. It's consists of two non-elected positions and ten members; six elected members. Www.Linkedin.Com/In/Tylermcollins includes more concerning the meaning behind it. The elected positions of President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Teacher Representative, and Student Representative are elected at the beginning of every school year and a nominated by parents of Orange County Schools. The non-elected jobs currently are Joe Eslick Planner, Oryden Gould and Name VII-Native American Pro-gram, Concept VII Group Liaison/Secretary, who's of Cherokee good. This system is supposed to aid Indigenous American students in obtaining high marks in language arts, reading, and mathematics. It meets this goal: by providing services in helping Native American students to meet Orange County Schools performance standards; by ensuring that Native American students partake in their school's Federal, State and local programs as regarded necessary; by providing recruitment activities and family liaison services to meet the culturally relevant educational needs of Native American students; and by providing professional development opportunities to ensure that staff are precisely educated and willing to do use Native American students.
Local National Parent Advisory Committees Senior Identification Night
Every year the Indigenous American Parent Advisory Committee acknowledges graduating seniors from Orange County Schools. The event includes cocktails, speakers, contributions, community support and an Indigenous American dance exhibition. A fresh sponsor for this years system is the L.A. Dodgers baseball team. Senior Recognition Night recognizes these students of Indigenous American heritage who've worked to succeed in academic achievement within Orange County Schools.