The Choctaw Nation is proud to partner with the U.S. Department of Education and local school districts to support Project RISE (Renew Indigenous Strength with Empowerment). Project RISE is a grant funded college and career readiness program that utilizes student and parent input, community partnerships and data to connect Native American students with opportunities after high school graduation.
Activities available through Project RISE?
Ultimately, the purpose of Project RISE is to help increase graduation rates and put Native American students on a path to further their educational and career-based success in the future.Through Project RISE, participants will have a broader array of choices in educational services, college and career exploration and Native enrichment programs.
The Project RISE instructor for Talihina Public School
is Mrs. Lloyd. If you need to contact her
please email: email@example.com
The Project RISE Coordinator is Michelle Earls
If you have any questions about the program
Please call: 580-898-4361