Title VII - Details

The Title VII Program - Enrichment for Students of Native American descent.

Chief White Eagle - photographed in the 1880's

Chief White Eagle, Ponca, photographed in 1880's

Chris Littlecook - Title VII Director

“When you are in doubt, be still, and wait; when doubt no longer exists for you, then go forward with courage. So long as mists envelop you, be still; be still until the sunlight pours through and dispels the mists -- as it surely will.

Then act with courage.”
White Eagle

Academic Services

Tutoring in ALL Subjects:

  • In class small groups and one on one
  • Pullouts of small groups and one on one

Reading enrichments:

  • Activities and games that strengthen reading skills
  • Reading out loud in small groups
  • Facilitating AR tests in a setting that helps students
  • Using IPADS to reinforce reading skills

Reading interventions:

  • Extra work on sight words
  • Helping students complete extra reading work sheets
  • Using manipulatives and programs like Reading Mastery to increase reading skills
  • Helping with reading fluency and comprehension
  • Providing incentives for effort as well as success or progress

Math Interventions

  • Using IPADS to reinforce math concepts
  • Using Factivation and other programs to help with new math concepts
  • Extra work on math problems and worksheets
  • Help with accelerated math
  • Activities and games that build math skills

Cultural Activities

School Presentations

  • Native American Guest Speakers
  • Dance Exhibitions
  • Student Presentations

Class Presentations

  • Guest Speakers
  • Activities - Crafts
  • Story Telling
  • Cultural Show and Tell

Other

  • Field Trips
  • Contests

Links of Interest:

Interdisciplinary Manual for

Title VII Contact

Federal Programs

Title VII

Chris Littlecook - Director
Office Phone: 580-718-4817
EMail

The Title VII Program provides
Enrichment, Tutoring & Interventions
for Students of Native American descent.