• Request to Wear Traditional Tribal Regalia or Objects of Cultural Significance at Graduation


    Arizona Governor Ducey signed HB 2705 (Fifty-fifth Legislature, First Regular Session, 2021) into law and filed it in the office of the Secretary of State on April 20, 2021. HB 2705 includes an emergency measure that makes it operative immediately. The entire text HB 2705 is set forth below: 

    15-348. Dress code policies; traditional tribal regalia; objects of cultural significance; graduation ceremonies; definitions

    1. A school district governing board, a charter school governing body or any public-school may not prohibit a student who is a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe or who is eligible to be enrolled as a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe from wearing traditional tribal regalia or objects of cultural significance at a graduation ceremony.
    2. For the purposes of this section, "objects of cultural significance" and "traditional tribal regalia" include an eagle feather or eagle plume.

    Sec. 2. Emergency

    This act is an emergency measure that is necessary to preserve the public peace, health or safety and is operative immediately as provided by law.


    A request may submitted to the Native American Education Program Coordinator for approval to wear traditional tribal regalia or objects of cultural significance at a District graduation ceremony. Please use the link above to find a printable or fillable PDF petition form for this purpose. Petitions should be emailed to Kimberly Daingkau-Begay, Native American Education Program Coordinator, at kbegay@amphi.com. For questions, please contact the Native American Education Program at 520-696-4088 or your school administrator. 

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  • Title VI Student Eligibility Certification (ED506 Form)

    **** The above Student Eligibility Form is a fillable PDF format. ****

    Does your student have a Title VI Student Eligibility Certification (506) Form on file?

    Our office receives federal funding to meet the needs of Native American students in Amphitheater School District.  Program funding is based on the number of enrolled Native American students in the district.  In order for students to be counted and have access to Title VI services, parents must complete the Title VI Eligibility (506) form and return it to their child's school or to our office located at 435 East Glenn Street.  For guidance on completing the form, please click this SAMPLE 506 FORM.

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  • Johnson O'Malley Student Eligibility Certification

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    Does your student have a Johnson O'Malley (JOM) Student Eligibility form on file?

    Our office also receives federal funding for the Johnson O'Malley (JOM) program.  The JOM program is a federally-funded educational program that allows for student, parent, and community involvement in meeting their educational needs which are both academic and cultural based.  In order to qualify for student services through this program, students must be aged 3 years through Grade 12 -AND- 1/4 or more degree Indian blood of a Federally-recognized tribe.  Parents must complete the JOM (305) Indian Student Enrollment/Certification of Eligibility form and return to their child's school or to our office located at 435 East Glenn Street.

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  • Student Referral Form


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    Parents:

    As a Parent / Grandparent / Legal Guardian, you may also complete a Student Referral Form at any time your child is in need of the NAEP services. Parents are their child's first teacher. Parents often are the first to notice when their child is having difficulties at school. Our office provides individual tutoring, counseling, mentoring, and can act as an advocate on your child's behalf. As a parent, you can request these services from our office. Complete the referral form and return it to your child's school office or to our office located at 435 East Glenn Street. The form may also be submitted by email to Kimberly Daingkau-Begay or by fax to 520-696-6953.

    Teachers:

    Teachers have daily contact with children and notice changes in student performance and behavior at school. If you would like to refer a student to our office, please complete the following referral form and send it to our office via district mail or fax to 696-6953.

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