American Indian Education (Title VI)

What We Do

The Title VI program is administered through the Office of Teaching & Learning. You are invited to come to our office 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday during the school year or call 541-440-4005 for information on upcoming events. Parent involvement is a strong component of our program.

There are more than 25 different American Indian tribes with children attending Roseburg Public Schools each with their own unique culture, language and history. Roseburg Public Schools staff and students can access support and resources through the Title VI at Roseburg Schools. Together we provide cultural activities, academic skill building and referrals to higher education bridges.

For more information, contact:

Office of Teaching & Learning: 541-440-4005

Title VI is American Indian Education

American Indians have a unique status as a minority in our own homeland. Today Tribal governments relate to the United States government as sovereign nations. Treaties signed between these governments provide for the cultural academic needs of American Indian people and their descendants.

Since our beginning in 1995 the Roseburg Indian Education Program, Title VI, has provided support and information for American Indian students and their families in obtaining their education at Roseburg Public Schools.