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Larry Yank & Angie Harper from Marcus Green drawing Cultural Awareness Sonic!!! I like dancing with my friends Prizes and All the tutors I love interacting with the students Promotes Success Cindy! I like the food the pow wow All the great friends I've made One thing I love is that we have Lakota class so we can know more about our history The dedication to the students The NDN staff and NDN's everywhere It helps our kids feel connected They enjoy my weirdness American Indian People Gail Lamson Academic suppport for H.S. They take care of me the staff The support I love education Always willing to help out STAFF Pow wows! Singing & Dancing I love the amazing support of all the staff Everything! I like to have fun Larry Yank Drum group dancing The awesome social workers! Makes our community strong!! and I can learn about my heritage more It's cool and awesome Teaching pride in ourselves as Native People All the friendly people The pow wows I like Diabetes class Helping the kids! John Bobolink & all the great staff 100% Staff Learning about our culture through activities D.E.T.S. The monthly pow wows Danielle's class; I have cultural opportunities and Pow wows! Dancing for my people and elders is cool... Bp Rngnsru...means hey I just a cute kid enjoying Indian Ed pow wows They have great staff Love the American Indian They love our community and we love them It was awesome Learning the Language dancing AWESOME PEOPLE FPOWW  translated to Pow wow The staff The People They are very helpful and kind You learn about the American Indian culture
 

The American Indian Education Programs are supervised via the Office of Professional Development. The American Indian Education Parent Committee is composed of parents/guardians of American Indian students attending Saint Paul Public Schools. More ...

Quality Education—and Positive Identity

Indian Education Parent Committee

The American Indian Education Program's Parent Committee meets monthly to discuss issues and make decisions which affect the American Indian student population in Saint Paul Public Schools. 

Native American Curriculum

The Center for Professional Development and the Indian Education Office have collaborated over the years to develop high quality curriculum and provide the best available materials for schools.

Department Profile

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American Indian Education Program
65 E. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN  55101
651-293-5191

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