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Title VI Indian Education Program

The Title VI program works in conjunction with the vision of the Eau Claire Area School District - "All children in the district are prepared for post-secondary success."  The program is meant to help our American Indian students increase their academic success and graduation rates.

Title VI FAQs


Do you have an immigration-related emergency?

Call or text the Voces de la Frontera 24/7 hotline: 414-418-9409 or El Centro de Conexión de Chippewa Valley (715) 204-9833 or contact@elcentrocv.org  

If you need support directly related to ICE activity, please contact Consulate of Mexico (651) 771-5494 


We want you to know:  

-that all students, regardless of immigration status, have the right to attend school 
  • -you never need to disclose your immigration status 

  • -exactly what rights protect immigrant and undocumented individuals 

  • -how to get help from organizations in the Eau Claire area that offer legal and social services 

  • -how to get help from the Eau Claire Area School District
    Immigration FAQ's

American Indian Education Coordinator

Erica Mitchell, Email
The coordinator's role is to advocate and communicate the needs of American Indian students in the school district.  She works with American Indian students who are eligible for the Title VI program and acts as a liaison for families and the school district, connecting them to community resources. 

Community School Liaison

Blia Schwahn, Email
Blia, a proud North High school graduate, is the district’s School/Community Liaison.  As the School/Community Liaison, Blia promotes cultural bridges between the ECASD schools, Hmong students, and their parents. 

Homeless Program Coordinator

Danielle Graham, Email
715-852-3044, 715-797-6751
Under the direction of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, Danielle’s role is to ensure that homeless children and unaccompanied youth attending ECASD have equal access to educational programs provided to non-homeless children and youth. 

Parent Facilitator-Special Education

Lauri Malnory, Email
715-852-3075, 715-828-1685 
Lauri’s role is to provide education, technical assistance, and support promoting collaboration among parents/families, educators, students, and community and/or governmental agencies to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).