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Welcome to the Morris Public School resource page for Native American students.  The Title VI and JOM (Johnson O’Malley) programs are designed to assist Native American students by supporting access to programs that meet their educational and cultural needs. In order for a student to receive Indian Education services from Morris Public Schools, his/her parent or guardian must complete the 506 form. 



Title VI is a federally funded program through the Department of Education operating within the Office of Indian Education in Washington, D.C.   Funds go directly to local programs to meet academic, social, and cultural needs, as well as college and career planning. All students of Native American descent are eligible to participate whose tribe is recognized by the federal government.   Eligibility does not consider income level.   Procedures for enrolling your school-age child as a recipient of the program begin with the completion of a Title VI Student Eligibility Certification. Form (506).



Johnson O’Malley is a federally funded program through the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of Indian Education in Washington D.C.  Morris Native American Education Program provides the operational support for JOM students.  The funds provide school supplies, cap and gown cost assistance, and cultural activities.  To be eligible for services under JOM, you must submit a copy of your child’s Certified Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) Card, or tribal membership card. Eligibility is not  income based.


Parent Communication

     *Email Aimee Mason ( 

     *Call MPS @ 733-9072 and leave a message with any building secretary

     *Like, Follow and Check “Morris JOM” on Facebook

     *Make sure your phone number is updated with the school district (text alerts will start asap)