Alicia Schlehuber, M.Ed., LLPC
Special Populations Coordinator
Public Schools of Petoskey
B.S. Psychology, Southeast Missouri State University
M.Ed. Counseling, University of Missouri- St. Louis
Enrollment - Nicole Morrow: (231) 348-2354
Native American Education
In an effort to re-engage our native students with the opportunities provided by this grant, we are asking parents/guardians of Indian* students to complete an ED 506 Form. This form serves as the official record of the eligibility determination for each individual child included in the student count for the Title VI Indian Education Formula Grant Program. This form will be kept on file and will not need to be completed every year.
If your children meet the eligibility requirements listed below and you wish for them to be included in the Indian student count and receive information on programming, please complete one form per child and return all forms to Nicole Morrow. Forms can be completed electronically and emailed to email@example.com or mailed to or dropped off at 1130 Howard Street, Petoskey, MI 49770.
*Indian means an individual who is:
- A member of an Indian Tribe or Band, as membership is defined by the Indian Tribe or Band, including any Tribe or Band terminated since 1940, and any Tribe or Band recognized by the State in which the Tribe or Band resides;
- A descendant of a parent or grandparent who meets the requirements described in paragraph (1) of this definition;
- Considered by the Secretary of the Interior to be an Indian for any purpose;
- An Eskimo, Aleut, or other Alaska Native; or
- A member of an organized Indian group that received a grant under the Indian Education Act of 1988 as it was in effect on October 19, 1994.
English Language Learner Services
Native American Education Program Parent Meetings
Next Meeting: TBD
Podcasts for Native Kids
SPRING: (Substance Abuse Prevention)
Industrial Training Schools
Other Resources for Native Parents
Petoskey staff members Alicia Schlehuber, Tara Rabideau and Elise Mathers attended a guided bike tour around the Native American Cultural History Trail on Mackinac Island. It was a wonderful opportunity to explore the island with an Anishinnaabek historical lens, led by Eric Hemenway, Director of Archives and Records and Amanda Weinert, Ishkakimikwe Curriculum Coordinator, from Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians. The trip included a tour of the Biddle House and curricular guidance on how to connect the experience with State of Michigan Social Studies standards.