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Assistant Secretary Tara Mac Lean Sweeney Reopens Improved, Expanded Santa Rosa Ranch School

Displaced teachers and students return to the Bureau of Indian Education campus now equipped with new modular units, six new classrooms, a new dining facility, new computers and refurbished buildings.

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Environmental Assessment Report

Environmental assessment for message boards lease and use on the Sherman Indian High School grounds, Riverside, Calif.

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Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 2004 Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) Part B FFY2019 Grant Award Application

Under the General Education Provisions Act and the IDEA of 2004, the BIE is required to publish their annual Part B Grant Award Application for 60 days, of which 30 days must be allowed to accept public comments. Public Post starts February 6, 2019

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2019-2022 Title IV-B: 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) Subgrant Application Announcement

The BIE 21st CCLC program is announcing the application for the 2019-2022 cohort. The 21st CCLC program provides academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools. The application deadline is March 25, 2019. For additional information please contact Valerie Todacheene (505-563-5269, valerie.todacheene@bie.edu) or Marie Silverhatband (928-674-5237, marie.silverhatband@bie.edu)

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Assistant Secretary Sweeney Announces $74.2 Million in Funding for Design-Build Contracts for Two New School Buildings

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Tara Mac Lean Sweeney announced that the Blackwater Community School and the Quileute Tribe was awarded design-build contracts for new school buildings.

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BIE Summer Regional Trainings 2019

The Bureau of Indian Education will be providing staff 3-days of hands-on training, resources and opportunity for dialogue on several issues. These events provide BIE-funded Tribal Colleges and Universities, Education Line Offices, Education Resource Centers, Principals, Teachers, and ancillary staff the necessary skills and knowledge to provide high quality teaching and maintain safe and secure learning environments for Pre-K through 16.

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March 12-14, 2019: Public Meeting of the Negotiated Rulemaking Committee

The fourth in-person meeting of the BIE Standards, Assessments and Accountability System Negotiated Rulemaking Committee will take place in Phoenix, AZ, March 12-14, 2019

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January 2019 TA Monthly Teleconference

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FY19 IA-FMS Maximo Training Schedule 4 Day Hands-On Computer Lab Training and Webinars

Contacts for Registration: steven.lucas@bia.gov 505-563-5109 delia.flores@bia.gov 505-563-5193

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2018 11 27 10.05 21st Century

We will have hands on training in Albuquerque for the remainder of the year. October 16-19, 2018; November 6-9, 2018; December 11-14, 2018. For more information contact Steven Lucas at 505-563-5109

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