The Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s Department of Education would like to offer your child the opportunity to participate in these programs throughout their educational career while they are enrolled in the Plummer-Worley School District:
- Johnson O’Malley (JOM) program. The primary goal of JOM is to help ensure that students, grades 7-8 are prepared for transition to high school and 9-12 continue to pursue their high school graduation.
- Native Youth Community Project (NYCP). The primary goal of NYCP is to help prepare students for college and or a career, offered both in the middle school grades, 5-8th and high school, 9-12th grades. In addition, the program offers a Family Engagement Coordinator who can help you navigate the school’s policies and procedures.
- Native American Career and Technical Education Program (NACTEP). The primary goal of NACTEP is to support students in grades 9-12 in Career planning and Professional Technical Programs, and to prepare students for life after high school.
Participants have the opportunity to receive academic/career counseling, one-on-one academic assistance, and participate in college and career readiness events throughout the year. In order for your child to receive these services, the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s Department of Education request permission to transport your son/daughter to and from academic/career events and document student participation via photographs and video. Photographs and videos taken may be used to help promote the educational programs of the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Education Department.
If you have any questions regarding these programs, please feel free to contact Helen Muffly, JOM Coordinator at (208) 686-6108, Justin Marsh, NYCP College and Career Specialist at (208) 686-0803, Gina DeCampo, NYCP Family Engagement Coordinator at (208) 686-2093, Lisa Johnson, NACTEP Academic Coach or Eva Windlin-Janson NACTEP Manager at (208) 686-0604.