American Indian Education Program

Welcome to Page Unified School District American Indian Education program. Page Unified School District serves all American Indian students in preschool through 12th grade. Our program is funded by four federal grants - Johnson O'Malley (JOM), Title VII, Title VII demonstration, and Impact Aid. We are currently serving over 2,000 students from the surrounding Navajo Reservation communities (Gap/ Bodaway, Cedar Ridge, Bittersprings, Coppermine, LeChee, Kaibeto, and Ts'ah bii kin) and the town of Page.

It is the intent of the Page Unified School District that all American Indian children of school age have equal access to all programs, services, and activities offered in the school district.

Our Services
Our services include:
JOM Programs Title VII - Indian Education Programs

Navajo Language


Student Enrichment/ Cultural Awareness Activities


Teacher Assistants

Certified Reading Specialist

Attendance Liaisons

Cultural Heritage Activities

Representative Title Alternative Representative Chapter Representing
Members   Alternates  
Deborahe Boone President TBD Kaibeto
Stanley John Jr. Vice President Tyrell Sagg City of Page
Genevieve Dayzie Secretary Mitchell Dayzie Ts' ah bii kin
Darlene Zahne Member Anna Martin Bodaway/Gap
TBD Member TBD Coppermine
Mathilda Burke Member Annette Tallsalt LeChee

For questions or additional information, please contact us:
Elouise Goatson
(928) 608-4164

Evonne Yazzie
(928) 608-4286                


Indian Education Council

Indian Education Council meets the third Wednesday of each month.

Meeting Agenda
Meeting Minutes

Important Information
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Mission Statement

The mission of the Indian Education Council is to provide a group of democratically selected native persons to:

~Serve as the duly recognized body of the school district to provide those services identified legislatively for the several programs involved.
~Provide advisory input for those programs provided or anticipated to be provided which primarily affect the Native student population.
~Serve as the appropriate approval authority as necessary and required.
~Provide equity oversight with regard to education programs and services.