Distance Learning Begins March 30-May 4

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Note: No meal pick-ups on April 3 and April 10. Two meals will be distributed to anyone 18 years old and younger on April 2 and April 9.

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Info from Centennial on COVID-19 - Read More

 

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Nota: No se recogerán comidas el 3 y el 10 de abril. Se distribuirán dos comidas a cualquier persona menor de 18 años el 2 y el 9 de abril.

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American Indian Education

American Indian Education

Since its beginning the Indian Education Program at Centennial has focused on the education needs of American Indian students.


Mission Statement:

  • To assist Native American students in attaining academic success.
  • To provide Native American students with information about Indian culture and heritage taught by Native American staff.
  • To promote cultural diversity by building bridges between community, staff, parents, and student


Program Services are available to all American Indian students who are:

  • An enrolled member of a tribe, band or other organized group, including Alaskan and Hawaiian natives.
  • A child of a parent or grandparent who is an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe or group of Indians.
  • Enrolled upon approval of the Title VII Student Eligibility Certification.

 

Program coordinator: Tricia Garvie-Carlson 763-792-5087
LEA Representative: Caleb Drexler Booth 763-792-6020

2019-2020 Calendar and Fall Gathering Event
2019-2020 American Indian Culture Class Schedule

 
  Information of Importance:

 

Please contact Centennial Indian Education Program Coordinator, Tricia Garvie.Carlson, 763-792-5087 with any A.I. scholarship questions.

2019-2020 Native American Scholarship Database

506 Form

Tribal Directory

American Indian Films

U. S. Department of Education Office of Indian Education

Native American Education Policy # 7028