Valuing diversity and excellence, the San Juan Unified School District’s mission is to educate and inspire each student to
succeed and responsibly contribute to a radically evolving world by providing innovative, rigorous, student-focused instruction and
programs in a safe, caring, and collaborative learning community.
American Indian Education Program Mission
The Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) is a committee of American Indian/Alaska Native (AIAN) parents,
families, students, teachers and community, entrusted to promote the local American Indian community.
We are dedicated to supporting quality education that is accessible to AIAN students and families within SJUSD and
that empowers students to achieve academic success that honors culture, traditional languages, and values.
The Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) does this by providing academic support; promote post-secondary opportunities;
culturally specific activities; advocacy and resources that enhance the delivery of culturally competent education.
American Indian/Alaska Native students enrolled in any of the SJUSD schools are eligible for services. The parent/guardian must complete a Title VII Student Eligibility Certification Form (506 form - See below for link). This form should be kept on file and will not need to be completed every year.
PAC Meetings and Events
Tutoring Request Form
FORM 506 AIEP Enrollment Application with instructions
AIEP Information Sheet for Printing
Newsletters SY 2021-22
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Parent Advisory Committee Upcoming Events Past Events
School Community Worker, American Indian Education Program(916) 979-8984