Children
Education
Children
Education

Education Department’s Mission

The Education Department's mission is to educate and provide educational resources for children and adults on the reservation.

The HBPI Education Learning Center and HBPI Library are open to the HBPI community and HPBI tribal members of all ages.

Education Programs

The HBPI Education Learning Center programs consist of the following:

  • HBPI Library provides free easy access to information with over 1,600 volumes and technology that enrich, educate and empower every individual. The HBPI Library is open to the Hopland community. MTThF 12pm - 4pm and W 12pm - 2pm for non-afterschool participants.

  • Computer Lab within the Education Learning Center, houses 6 computer stations, a laser printer, and internet services for community. Staff is onsite to provide assistance with computer technology and software applications. Please adhere to the Education Learning Center rules MTThF 12pm-4pm and W 12pm - 2pm for non-afterschool participants.

  • After School and Student Advocacy Program (A.S.S.A.P.) helps students with additional instruction toward their current studies. Tutoring is offered to K-12 students, as well as college students as needed. Students will not be required to attend every session; they may attend on a "as-needed" basis. MTTHF 4pm - 6:30pm and W 2pm – 5pm

  • Reading Incentive Journal Program is designed to encourage and motivate students to continue to strengthen their literacy skills. Participation is required in the A.S.S.A.P. each month to receive access to field trips and incentive rewards.

  • G.P.A. Academic Incentive Program is dedicated to supporting HBPI tribal youth, 6th-12th grade, with their academic success. To reward their achievement in the classroom an incentive reward is offered for a G.P.A. 2.5 or higher. For more information you can call the Education Director at (707) 472-2100 ext. 1505.

  • Student Special Achievement Award is recognition of student success in the classroom for HBPI tribal members K-12. This incentive is created to support and encourage the students for their academic accomplishments and endeavors earned. For more information you can call the Education Director at (707) 472-2100 ext. 1505.

  • Graduation Cap and Gown Assistance is a financial assistance opportunity for the tribe to help graduating tribal members with help towards the cost of the cap and gown. For more information you can call the Education Director at (707) 472-2100 ext. 1505.

  • BIE Higher Education Grant Program is not an entitlement program. Its purpose is to provide supplemental financial assistance to the eligible American Indian/Alaskan Native students entering college, seeking a bachelor degree. For more information you can call the Education Director at (707) 472-2100 ext. 1505.

  • BIE Vocational Education Grant is not an entitlement program. Its purpose is to provide onetime supplemental financial assistance to the eligible American Indian/Alaskan Native students seeking a Vocational Degree. For more information you can call the Education Director at (707) 472-2100 ext. 1505.

  • HPBI Gymnasium is closed Sunday-Monday. Open TThF 5pm – 9pm, W 4pm – 9pm and Sat 12pm – 8pm. Any inquiries about reserving the gymnasium for services or personal use can be discussed with Wilma at (707) 472-2100.

All services and students records are kept CONFIDENTIAL

 

Forms

BIE Education Vocational Application

BIE Education Grant Application

Cap & Gown Application

Youth Fund Request

Special Achievement Incentive K-5

Special Achievement Incentive 6-12

 

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