K-12 Education Program
Parents are required to fill out the following forms and submit them to the Education Department prior to participating in any Education sponsored programs. Failure to submit these documents will make your child ineligible to participate.
The K-12 Funding is available to all Kaibab Paiute Tribal members grades K-12. This money is used to assist those students with financial need with school related expenses. The K-12 Funding cycle runs from July 1st-May 31st. Applications will be processed during regularly scheduled Education Meetings.
K-12 School Supply Assistance
The Tribal Education Department seeks to ensure that all students have the necessary school supplies to start the year. We will disburse school supply kits to all Kaibab Paiute Tribal member students in grades K-12. Please fill out this form if you need a school supply kit mailed to you.
K-12 Student Grade Incentive
Students in grades 6-12 are eligible to receive a $25.00 grade incentive per term for academic excellence defined as a GPA of 3.5 or above. Parents or students may submit their report cards to the education director at the end of the term or the end of the current school year. Payouts are based on funding availability.
All Kaibab Paiute Tribal students who graduate from high school will be recognized and honored at a tribal event of the committee's choosing. We strongly encourage all graduate students to attend this event and receive the committee's graduation gift in person. If a graduate is not able to attend, they will need to contact the Education department at 928-643-6025 to make arrangements for receiving their gift. Should the graduate not attend, or contact the Education department, they will forfeit their graduation gift.
Help your students prepare for the AzMerit test this year by using the resources provided which include sample tests, how to tutorials, and how the scores are used. Test anxiety can be lessened when we prepare ourselves and are familiar with the test format.
Local School Links
ADE Parent Gateway
Arizona's Department of Education provides resources to help parents better prepare their children for success in school, college, career, and life.
ACT Test for High School Juniors and Seniors
Students should pick a test date that is at least two months ahead of the application deadlines of all the colleges and scholarship agencies you might want to apply to. Scores for the ACT are normally reported within 2–8 weeks after the test date.
Advantages to testing in your junior year:
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