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WHAT IS THE JOHNSON O'MALLEY PROGRAM ACT?

An act that was implemented in 1934 that ensures that Native American Children receive the education opportunities that would not otherwise be provided.

It is a supplementary program that provides specialized educational needs of Native American Students attending public Schools.

The Kickapoo Johnson O'Malley Program provides services to Native American children who attend Jones Public Schools.

A student must be an enrolled member of a state or federally recognized tribe or provide documentation of at least 1/4 degree of a state or federally recognized tribe( such as CDIB or enrollment verification) to be in the JOM Program.

Services Provided

  • Basic school supplies
  • Book Fair
  • Field Trip Fees
  • Class Dues
  • Cultural Activities
  • Educational Enrichment
  • ACT Testing Fee
  • Summer School Fee
  • Band Instrument Fee
  • Computer Fees and Materials
  • High School Senior Deposit

Services provided when funding is available.

Documents Required:

  • Completed JOM Application with proper school official signature and school seal. (Link on left)
  • CDIB or Enrollment Verification.
  • Educational Support Application(Link on the left)
  • Incentive Application.

Contact Information:

Petra Jimenez

PO Box 70

McLoud, OK 74851

Phone: 405-964-5002 ext 10

Fax: 405-964-7179

email: pjimenez@okkt.net