JOM Program Schools
Three school districts receive supplemental financial assistance from the Tohono O’odham Nation’s JOM Program:
- Indian Oasis Baboquivari Unified School District
- Gila Bend Unified School District
- Tohono O’odham Nation Department of Early Childhood Development.
Educational Opportunities Include
Academic Camps · Sports Camps · Field Trips · School Supplies · Tutoring Services · Cultural Sharing Activities · Workshops/Conferences · Career Days · Incentives · Motivational Speakers
Parents are the most important element of the Johnson O’Malley Program’s success. Parent Education Committees for each school site, review and vote on JOM funding requests; recommend programs, events, and special activities that will benefit student’s academic and personal growth; and attend meetings, conferences, and workshops to gain knowledge that will strengthen opportunities offered through the JOM Program.