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PUBLIC LAW 103-382—OCT. 20, 1994 108 STAT. 3779 "(5) school-to-work transition activities to enable Indisin students to participate in programs such as the programs supported by the School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994 and the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Education Act, including programs for tech-prep, mentoring, and apprenticeship; "(6) activities to educate individuals concerning substance abuse and to prevent substance abuse; and "(7) the acquisition of equipment, but only if the acquisition of the equipment is essential to meet the purpose described in section 9111. "(c) ScHOOLWiDE PROGRAMS.— Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a local educational agency may use funds made available to such agency under this subpart to support a schoolwide program under section 1114 if— "(1) the committee composed of parents established pursuant to section 9114(c)(4) approves the use of the funds for the schoolwide program; and "(2) the schoolwide program is consistent with the purpose described in section 9111. "SEC. 9116. STUDENT ELIGIBIUTy FORMS. 20 USC 7816. "(a) IN GENERAL. — The Secretary shall require that, as part Records, of an application for a grant under this subpart, each applicant shall maintain a file, with respect to each Indian child for whom the local educational agency provides a free public education, that contains a form that sets forth information establishing the status of the child as an Indigm child eligible for assistance under this subpart and that otherwise meets the requirements of subsection (b). "(b) FORMS. — "(1) IN GENERAL.— The form described in subsection (a) shall include— "(A) either— "(i)(I) the name of the tribe or band of Indians (as defined in section 9161(4)) with respect to which the child claims membership; "(II) the enrollment number establishing the membership of the child (if readily available); and "(III) the name and address of the organization that maintains updated and accurate membership data for such tribe or band of Indians; or "(ii) if the child is not a member of a tribe or band of Indians, the name, the enrollment number (if readily available), and the organization (and address thereof) responsible for maintaining updated and accurate membership rolls of any parent or grand- Earent of the child from whom the child claims eligiility; "(B) a statement of whether the tribe or band of Indians with respect to which the child, parent or grandparent of the child claims membership is federally recognized; "(C) the name and address of the parent or legal guardian of the child; "(D) a signature of the parent or legal guardian of the child that verifies the accuracy of the information supplied; and 79-194 O—95 —10: QL 3 Part 5