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Educational Opportunities for Native Americans (EONA)



Equity, Engagement & Partnerships

Department Address 
1515 Hughes Way
Long Beach, CA 90810

Department Phone 
(562) 997-8322

Welcome to EONA!

Native Americans


The EONA (Educational Opportunities for Native Americans) program is a part of the Office of Equity, Access, College and Career Readiness of the Long Beach Unified School District and is authorized and funded under Title VII of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). It provides learning support to Native American Students.

The EONA program’s primary purpose is to meet the special educational and culturally related academic needs of Native American students (K-12) enrolled in the schools of the district.

Grant funds provide a variety of support services, such as: tutoring sessions, extra supplies, and learning materials.

EONA - Administration

Contact Phone / Address Position / Responsibility
Carmen J. Hernandez (562) 997-8000 x 7615 Administrative Assistant

EONA - Staff

Contact Phone / Address Position / Responsibility
Kathy Leonard (562) 997-8322 Program Supervisor
Native American Support
EONA Grant
Parent Coordinator

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