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FREE Tutoring Wednesdays after school 3:45-4:45

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American Indian Youth Leadership Council

AILYC Hosts First Ever PowWow at South Haven

To celebrate their Native American heritage and culture, the South Haven American Indian Youth Leadership Council held their first ever Pow Wow at South Haven High School on Saturday, August 20. Events included the Gourd Dance, a dinner, then the Grand Entry, Flag Song, and a Round Dance. Special guests for the powwow were South Haven students Summer Moncivias, Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty Pageant Princess, and Cynae Wiley, South Haven AILYC Princess. 

 

To learn more about the powwow, please click here to read the story on Sumner Newscow.

AIYLC Constitution

Click here for a copy of the AILYC Constitution.

Form 506

Click here for the Form 506 that is required by the federal government to document Native American status for funding of our program. This form should be completed and returned to the USD 509 District Office.

American Indian Youth Leadership Council

The purpose of the American Indian Youth Leadership Council is to enhance the culture, academics and successful leadership for our future American Indian leaders. Membership in the club is open to any high school student in good standing at South Haven. Members do not need to have a CDIB or TMC. Mrs. Twaila Wiley is the sponsor of the Council.

American Indian Youth Council Officers 2016-17

President - Summer Moncivais

Vice President - Cynae Wiley

Secretary - Skylar Muns

Treasurer - Alaina Resendez

Princess - Riley Heskett

Reporter - Taylor McLain

College/ Scholarship Opportunities

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Click here  for Newman Native American Scholars Program.

Native American Program Frequently Asked Questions

Click here for answers to questions we often receive about the Native American program at USD 509. We hope these will be of help to you.