The Haliwa-Saponi Tribal School is a K-12 public charter school located on the border of Warren and Halifax County.
The school follows the North Carolina standard course of study while incorporating the culture of the Haliwa-Saponi.
The Haliwa-Saponi Tribal School is also a Title 1 School. This means the school receives Federal monies as mandated by NCLB (No Child Left Behind). These funds are to provide technical assistance, resources, and program monitoring of local education agencies to ensure that all children have an opportunity to obtain a high quality education and to achieve proficiency on high academic standards.
School Board Meeting: Oct. 8, 2015
THE HALIWA-SAPONI TRIBAL SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION WILL MEET THURSDAY
OCTOBER 8, 7 PM
We encourage you to attend this meeting and volunteer to work. Funding for the athletic program comes solely from fund-raising. There will be no athletic program next year if there is no booster club raising the funds for the programs to exist.
If there are any questions, call Michelle Varian @ 252 257-5853.
Haliwa-Saponi Tribal School will provide high quality education through academics, technology, and community involvement with integration of American Indian culture. Our students will become positive, productive, and independent citizens in an ever-changing global society.
We, the students of Haliwa-Saponi Tribal School, pledge to become positive, productive, and independent citizens in an ever-changing global society.
Our vision is to create new educational opportunities for students, parents, teachers, and curriculum leaders in Warren, Halifax, and surrounding counties with a school that provides:
-Programs and activities to help students develop character, citizenship, physical fitness, and an appreciation for the arts;
-A challenging, traditional curriculum with a clearly defined set of academic subjects and skills to be mastered;
-Professional opportunities for teachers to be involved in innovative teaching methods with accountability for results;
-An academic program that meets the needs of a wide range of learners from academically gifted to average to those at risk of failure;
-An atmosphere recognizing the vital role of parents in their children's education by encouraging parent volunteers and involvement;
-An environment which motivates students to strive for excellence, with high standards of conduct and discipline; and
-A curriculum that will incorporate American Indian culture and technology.