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Advanced Placement Incentive for MCN Students

The Purpose of the Advanced Placement Test Incentive is to provide a service to Muscogee (Creek) High School students that will enable them to participate in advanced placement tests in order to receive college level credits.

Program Information: 1. The Muscogee (Creek) Nation will pay up to (5)five advanced placement exams per citizen, per year. 2. Applicant may apply for the incentive annually. 3. All checks will be made out to the applicant’s site or reimbursed to the place in which they will take the exam. 4. Students who do not attend the required testing date will be responsible for the unused testing fee as well as any fees paid on behalf of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. 5. Students who fail to attend required testing date(s) will be ineligible to receive further incentives until the Johnson-O’Malley office receives payment.

Eligibility Requirements: 1. The applicant (student) must be an enrolled Muscogee (Creek) Citizen and possess a citizenship card. 2. The applicant must reside in the United States. 3. The applicant must be currently enrolled in advanced placement courses. 4. Completed application (attached) 5. The following documents must be submitted with completed application: a) Copy of Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizenship card. b) Proof of enrollment in advanced placement course(s). 6. Student must submit exam results within two weeks of notification date.

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Link to applications:

https://eforms.mcn-nsn.gov/lincdoc/doc/ru/muscogeeh/JOM_AdvancedPlacementincentive

Choctaw Nation Coronavirus Relief Fund

COVID-19 TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM ($400)

Program Summary

The COVID-19 Technology Program is offered to equip all school age Choctaw children with technology tools, such as laptops and internet access, that will better enable distance learning necessitated by COVID-19. Eligible applicants would receive a one-time $400 allowance per eligible Choctaw dependent. To receive this assistance, Choctaw Nation tribal members will be required to attest that their child's or children's learning opportunities have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency.

COVID-19 STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ($300)

Program Summary
The COVID-19 Student Assistance Fund will provide eligible Choctaw Nation tribal member parents with a one-time $300 allowance, per eligible Choctaw dependent, that may be utilized for school clothes, masks and other necessary school supplies needed to respond to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. To receive this assistance, Choctaw Nation tribal members will be required to attest that they and their children have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency.

COVID-19 STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ($300)

Program Summary
The COVID-19 Student Assistance Fund will provide eligible Choctaw Nation tribal member parents with a one-time $300 allowance, per eligible Choctaw dependent, that may be utilized for school clothes, masks and other necessary school supplies needed to respond to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. To receive this assistance, Choctaw Nation tribal members will be required to attest that they and their children have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency.

https://www.choctawnation.com/covidrelief

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CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Sherry Askew, Choctaw/Chickasaw

VICE CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Jami Stinson, Cherokee

SECRETARY: Ms. Arron Naugle, Comanche

TEACHER REPRESENTATIVE: Ms. Lisa Wright, Cherokee

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE: Thomas Naugle, Comanche

MEMBERS: Steve Sanders, Tiffani Mabe

JOHNSON O’MALLEY:

CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Jami Stinson, Cherokee

VICE CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Sherry Askew, Choctaw/Chickasaw

SECRETARY: Ms. Arron Naugle, Comanche

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