Title VI is a grant that the Salamanca City Central School District receives from the Federal government to assist in providing services to Native American students in the district. The grant is administered by the SCCSD and works closely with the Title VI Parent Advisory Committe and the Seneca Nation to maintain compliance for the grant. At SCCSD we offer many supports for our Native American students.

Some of our staff are specifically under the Title VI grant


Jerry Parisi - Native American Guidance Counselor, High School, 8-12
Amee Crowley - Social Worker, District, 8-12
Katie Rogers - Social Worker, Prospect Elementary, Pre-K - 3
Rachael Wolfe - Seneca Youth Council (SYC) & Seneca Youth Dancers (SYD) Advisor

A complete list of staff, services, and programs can be found on the 'Native American Services' at the top of the website. You can also find more information on my 'Teacher page'. On the top of the screen go to 'Academics', then 'Faculty Pages' then look for my name by my last name 'Redeye, Michala - TOSA, NA Program Coordinator'

TITLE VI Parent Advisory Committee

Tami Watt, Chair
Jessica Crouse, Vice-Chair
Gina Larvie, Secretary & Treasurer
Kerry J. John, Parent Rep
Mindy John, Parent Rep
Bethany Johnson, Parent Rep
Katie Rogers, Parent Rep
Brittney Jimerson, Community Rep
Katie Fisher, Teacher Rep
Meghan McCune, BOE Rep
Dale Colten, BOE Rep