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Noli Indian School has successfully met its AYP for the year 2015-2016 based on the graduation rate and test scores requirements established by the B.I.E.



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 Summer School Start date : June 12. End date: July 7 - Call office for more information -

 

To watch our full promotional video click here! If the video plays on a new tab instead of downloading then right click (windows), hold control key + click (Mac), and choose 'Save Link As' and make sure the video extension has .mov, .mp4 or .flv, otherwise if the extension is .html then you are just downloading the web page link instead of the actual video. Click here for our entire video gallery.


To visit our student run website displaying student projects in the Arts, Photography and Graphic Design click
here!. This website will be updated on a regular basis with projects designed by our Noli students. If you are interested on any given project and would like to obtain a copy of it call the office or email us through the website with a request. Thank you for your visit.

  


 

OUR CORE BELIEFS AT NOLI INDIAN SCHOOL

Here at Noli Indian School we believe a strong and equitable educational system is central to our success not only in a global economy but also in our native communties. We believe the skilled performance of employees and their passion for what they do in the classroom everyday at all levels in the school system drives the achievement of high academic standards and determines organizational success. We believe that we must have a high performing school system that encourages student participation in collaborative, problem-solving activities.  Based on these core beliefs, we are committed to:

• Providing an ethical school system that requires fair treatment, honesty, openness,integrity and respect for all students

• Providing all students with the opportunity to perform to their fullest potential and ensuring that there is no discernable difference between the achievement levels of students by any religious affiliation, gender or economic level

• Placing a principal and vice principal with strong instructional leadership and management skills as the key leaders at Noli Indian School

• Building and promoting an organizational climate where all teachers take responsibility for the academic achievement of their students

• Enhancing our personnel through meaningful professional staff development (Every Wednesday morning)

• Operating effectively and efficiently with the B.I.E. accountability

• Educating all students in safe and orderly environments conducive to learning

• Providing all students access to a well-rounded, rigorous curriculum

• Partnering with all stakeholders to maximize student learning

• Embracing our community's diversity and using it to enhance the educational environment

• Providing multiple pathways to graduation which prepare students to make informed career choices

• Preparing all students to be successful in institutions of higher learning or the workforce without a need for remediation

• Using internal and external community feedback to continually improve the services we offer

• Developing professional learning communities where shared decision making is expected through SIT meetings every Monday after school (1430 Pacific Time)

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Title IX Per SB 1375

Nondiscrimination Policy: Noli Indian School prohibits unlawful discrimination against any protected group as identified under Education Code 200 and 220 and Government Code 11135, and Title IX, including actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color, mental or physical disability, age, or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics in any District program or activity that received or benefits from state financial assistance, including athletic programs. Complaint information is available at Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 487, San Jacinto, CA 92581. For further information, call 951-654-5544 ext. 4160

 

The name and contact information of the Title IX coordinator:  

Clyde Miller, Student Counselor, Coordinator

CMiller@soboba-nsn.gov ; 951-654-5596