Native American Liaison

  1. Establish and maintain an appropriate working relationship with students, staff, community members, and advisory council.
  2. Serve as a resource for classroom teachers and administrators.
  3. Organize and coordinate the Title V Program for students identified as eligible participants within the program.
  4. Complete the necessary budget application forms for the financial operations of the program.
  5. Identify and assess referrals to the program and develop appropriate placement procedures.
  6. Organize the necessary activities for the successful operation of the program.
  7. Assess accomplishments and maintains such information on a database.
  8. Maintain records of who participated in the program.
  9. Provide direct tutoring and assistance to the students.
  10. Other duties may be assigned by the administration.
  1. Administer, supervise, and complete the objectives of the Title V project.
  2. Attend all regular and special meetings of the parent committee.
  3. Supervise Title V program staff members in implementing a tutorial, arts and crafts, and cultural enrichment projects for the Indian students.
  4. Present a monthly written report to the parent committee on home-school coordination services, budget, and project staff accomplishment.
  5. Perform other duties as the parent committee may desire.
  6. Perform other duties as assigned by the superintendent.