The purpose of the Woodfords Indian Education Center is to encourage and support higher learning both academically and
culturally, preserve the high school graduation rate at 100%,
build self-confidence in order to ensure a better life, provide
opportunities to graduate from college or vocational program,
provide greater career choices, and to encourage ongoing life-long learning for Native American students who live in Alpine
County and the Woodfords Community residents.
PARTNERS IN EDUCATION
Diamond Valley Elementary School
CDE American Indian Education Center Program Grant
The Woodfords Indian Education Center (WIEC) receives funding through the California Department of Education American Indian Education Center Program grant. The WIEC is dedicated to serving all Native students in the Hung A Lel Ti Community and in Alpine County, California. The purpose of the WIEC is to provide educational assistance and resources to Native students in grades K-12. The center is designed to: support academic and cultural higher learning; to improve the self-concept and sense of identity of Native students; to preserve a high level of HS graduation rates. In addition, the WIEC obtains a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) to support, advise, contribute, and advocate on behalf of the academic and lifelong learning needs of our students. The WIEC is governed by the Woodfords Washoe Community Council and is located in the Hung A Lel Ti Community (Woodfords).