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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 763-792-5090
LEA Representative: Caleb Drexler Booth 763-792-6020


American Indian Students

From CHS and CALC

Are invited

Friday, February 1, 2019

Augsburg University Tour

Parents are encouraged to attend

 Permission slip required by Friday, January 25, 2019

 Dress for the weather!

 Itinerary for the day

 8:00 a.m. Centennial High School - West Main Door

 8:05 Bus Leaves

 Lunch will be provided

 2:15 p.m. Return to Centennial High School - West Main Entrance

 Please contact me with any questions you may have.

 Tricia Garvie.Carlson – 763.792.5090 or pgarvie.carlson@isd12.org

 Please return Permission Slips to West 409

 

 Information of Importance:


For all American Indian Scholarship guidance please contact Tricia Garvie-Carlson, Program Coordinator,  763-792-5090

 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