K-12th grade 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 can also be obtained at www.sanjuan.edu under Academics, English Learner/Multicultural Education, Indian Education. Or call our office located at the SJUSD office (916) 971-5382.
Frequently Asked Questions About Tutoring Services
Q-Is my child eligible to receive free tutoring services through Indian Education?
A-Tutoring is offered to students in grades 1st-12th. Your child is eligible if we have a current and complete "506" form on file for him/her, and if they meet specific academic requirements. Contact our office with any questions about eligibility.
Q-My child is American Indian but we don't have any paperwork, can she still receive tutoring?
A-The 506 form requires proof of tribal membership usually in the form of a copy of a family member's tribal membership number. If you are having difficulty finding proof-you can contact our office to offer some resources and try to assist you with finding the necessary documents.
Q-Who will provide the actual tutoring for my child?
A-San Juan's Indian Education Program will find and arrange an appropriate tutor for each student who is eligible and has requested tutoring. Typically, tutors are Instructional Aids or a teacher from the school in which your child attends.
Q-Where and when will my child be tutored?
A-Typically the student will be tutored at their own school site and dates/times are arranged to fit yours and the tutor's needs.
Q-Is there a charge for tutoring?A-If the student is enrolled in the program (has current/valid 506 form on file) then tutoring is free of charge!
Contact our office at (916) 979-8984 with any questions!