The Cheyenne and Arapaho Department of Education (CADOE) strives to address the educational and cultural needs of tribal members of all ages. CADOE was built on the premise of developing and incorporating educational curriculum that integrate Cheyenne and Arapaho culture ways with academics and providing a diversity of programs the serve tribal members of all age groups.
CADOE provides educational assistance, support, and encouragement to help tribal members to achieve their educational goals to help build a bright future. CADOE offers programs geared to help students at any age in the educational pursuits, and in some cases, services are extended to members of other tribes who reside in the tribal jurisdiction. CADOE program services are designed to help prepare the tribal member for employment opportunities that result in long-term careers and increase the quality of life for the tribal member and their families.
Department of Education
Adult Education and Outreach Programs
Canton Head Start Center
Child Care Development
Clinton Head Start Center
Concho Head Start Center
Head Start Program
Johnson O'Malley Program
School Clothing Program
State Tribal Education Partnerships (STEP) Program
Tribes to School Resources Program
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