Muscogee (Creek) Nation Cokv Kerretv Enhopoke “Educational Choice”
About: The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Accessing Choices in Education Project enhances student and family educational choice by creating a Service Provider System that includes evidence-based, culturally responsive service options to improve Native American student academic outcomes. A variety of education options and services are offered, from which parents or students can choose. We look forward to providing additional support to students, families, and communities within the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reservation.
- American Indian/Alaska Native Student
- Attending School and Residing in the Muscogee Nation Reservation Boundaries
- Enrolled in Pre-K-12th Grade
ACT© Test Prep Workshop
MCN ACE provides students with a practical, hands-on workshop designed to increase student’s ACT© test scores. The workshop covers general test-taking strategies as well as focused interventions for English, Math, Reading, and Science questions. At the workshop, students will receive study materials with notes and concepts discussed in the presentation. Upon completion of the workshop, students will also receive a Texas Instruments TI-84 calculator to assist with the math portion of the test.
*Students will be referred to the Muscogee Nation Employment & Training Department for assistance with ACT testing fees.
MCN Cultural Experience – Trunk Check-Out
6th -12th Grade
The MCN Cultural Experience- Trunk offers students a cultural experience in classrooms and group settings. The Trunk can be checked out for use in presentations. In addition to the Trunk of artifacts, the experience includes an informational video and follow-up activity.
ACE Indigenous Readers: Elementary Series
Pre-K – 5th Grade
New sessions coming December 2022
ACE Indigenous Readers: Middle School
6th – 8th Grade
Indigenous Readers Middle School will be available Spring 2023.
Cultural Labs with Britteny Cuevas
School Request: Email email@example.com
Cultural Labs will provide a learning experience centered around art experimentation. Students will gain insight into Mvskoke art through hands-on activities such as moccasin making, painting, creating cornhusk dolls, beading and storytelling. These labs culturally enrich students’ knowledge of Mvskoke people while also incorporating a variety of styles and methods of contemporary Mvskoke artists.
Application Period: November 1 – November 30, 2022
Education Materials is to provide materials needed by students to assist in their educational success at school.
*If you have applied for or been on the waiting list for Educational Materials in the past, APPLY AGAIN. This is a new service year and all students must apply from 11/1-30/2022 to be eligible for funding.
*All applicants will be notified via email if they have been selected for funding or not via email on December 5, 2022
*Funding is used to enhance the current classes the student is enrolled in. Items MUST correlate with a class. Approved students must submit a current class schedule to verify enrollment before funding can be utilized.
*No reimbursements are allowed.
*Up to $750 per service year. The ACE 2022-2023 service year is December 5, 2022 – April 1, 2023.
*ACE can pay off eligible accounts, if the balance is not more than $750.00.
*Funds are not distributed to students and/or parents/guardians directly, payment will be issued to the specific vendor.
*If materials are not used in the manner approved by ACE, those materials are subject to be repaid by the recipient.