SALAMANCA CITY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
INDIAN POLICY & PROCEDURES
IPP Forum - 2022
The following information serves as a summary fulfilling the annual reporting requirements per the Indian Policy and Procedures document:
The District first applied for Impact Aid in 2013 after the funding source was brought to our attention by a local community group. In the latest application (submitted Jan 2017), the District had 1,090 students listed as eligible for funding due to their residence being located on the lands of the Seneca Nation of Indians Allegany Territory.
Impact Aid funding helps educate federally connected children. These may be the children of members of the uniformed services, children who live on Indian Lands, children who live in federally subsidized housing or children whose parents work on federal property. In the case of the Salamanca City Central School District, it is the children who reside on Indian Lands (the Seneca Nation of Indians Allegany Territory) who count as eligible under the guidelines and regulations of Impact Aid and attend the Salamanca City Central School District.
For more information on Impact Aid, please read the Impact Aid 101 document that is located on our website https://www.salamancany.org/impactaid. This document will provide the user with a basic knowledge and understanding of Impact Aid related to Indian Trust or Treaty Lands and how it is applied for, received and utilized by the Salamanca City Central School District.
If a district resident wishes to receive a hard copy of the Impact Aid application or summary documents, they must submit a written request to the School District Clerk at 50 Iroquois Drive, Salamanca NY 14779. Copies will be mailed to the district resident within 7-10 calendar days.
Impact Aid Points of Interest:
2017 - 1090 Salamanca City CSD students were identified as Federally Impacted
Athletic Demographic Participation Levels
Fall 2017: 54% Caucasian, 40% Native American, 7% all other
Spring 2017: 53% Caucasian, 41% Native American, 7% all other
Academic Demographic Course Participation Level:
Annually the District evaluates all academic course participation levels to identify demographic trends and enrollment
Academic course evaluation of participation levels help to determine course offerings, electives and student interest.
2021-2022 School Year Enrollment Data:
*please note some co-curricular clubs do not run every year (i.e. International club)
IPP FORUM - DECEMBER 5, 2017