Indian Education


Collinsville Public Schools offer two federal programs for Native American Students. Title VI and Johnson O’Malley (JOM) Indian Education Programs. For both programs we need a 506 Form filled out one time and kept on file at the Indian Ed. Office. This form can be found online at collinsville.k12.ok.us under Explore,-Departments-Enrollment Center-then click on the plus sign. A copy of the students CDIB or Tribal Membership Card should be submitted along with the 506 Form.

The Title VI Program offers tutoring in PK-5th grades during school hours. Grades 6-8th grades are offered tutoring during the school day when notices are sent out to individual students. 6-12th grades are offered after school tutoring at the middle school Indian Ed Room (former computer room). Students need to bring their chrome books.

The JOM Program offers basic school supplies PK-12th grades at the beginning of school. Students in 10-12th grades are reimbursed for one ACT/SAT Test per school year. Students need to submit copies of the online receipt signed by them with a correct mailing address to jfields@collinsville.k12.ok.us.

JOM also pays for Senior graduation cap, gown and one tassel. The JOM pays for membership fees up to a certain amount for (i.e. Oklahoma Indian Student Honor Society (OISHS), NIEA, Cherokee Youth Council etc.)

The Indian Ed. Office has applications for several tribes available for parents and student to apply for their tribal cards. Call (918) 371-5449 or email jfields@collinsville.k12.ok.us for more information.


Cherokee History/Language Classes for JOM Students in grades 1-5th grades are held after school in their respective buildings. Classes for 6-12th grades are also held after school at the middle school.