The FSST Education Center is located in the Wicoicaga Otipi Community Center to provide programs to the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribal members: the Johnson O’Malley Program, the FSST Student Meals Program, BIA/AVT Higher Education, FSST Student Assistance Scholarship Program, and learning center for community members.
- Johnson O’Malley Program/638 Contract
The Johnson O’Malley Program is funded by the BIA to meet the special academic, social and cultural needs of Indian students in public, BIA and tribal schools. These funds help provide, among other things, tutoring services and school supplies to students.
- FSST Student Meals Program (K-12)
The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe has established a program to financially assist FSST Members with K-12 student meals. This program is specifically geared toward FSST members that reside in Moody County and whose children attend either the Flandreau Public School or the Colman-Egan School.
- BIA/AVT Higher Education/638 Contract
The BIA/AVT Higher Education/638 Contract funds are appropriated by Congress and are intended to aid and encourage Indian students in their pursuit of Adult Vocational Training and Higher Education opportunities.
- Higher Education-FSST Student Assistance Scholarships
The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe encourages its membership to continue their education beyond High School. Student Assistance Scholarships were specifically established to encourage, assist and support FSST members in their pursuit of Adult Vocational Training and Higher Education opportunities.
For more information, please contact:
FSST Education Coordinator
PO Box 283 Flandreau, SD 57028 Ph (605) 997-2859 Fax (605) 573-0310
View the Student Handbook for BIA/AVT Higher Education Funding and FSST Student Assistance Scholarships.