Elona Street-Stewart, Indian Education Program Liaison
65 E. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, MN 55101
651-293-5191 | Directions
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 ...
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.
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.
The American Indian Education Program's School Counselor provides individual and group counseling to support high school achievement and post-secondary enrollment with attention to cultural inclusiveness.
Elona Street-Stewart is the Indian Education Program Liaison, She can be reached at 651-293-5191.
American Indian Education Program
65 E. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55101
click on link below for a map and directions to our location
Saint Paul Public Schools has named John Bobolink the supervisor of the American Indian Education.Program
Department of Indian Works - Saint Paul Area Council of Churches Contact Becky Harstad 651-789-3856
DIW Thanksgiving dinner basket distribution is Monday November 24th and Tuesday November 25th. as of wed nov. 19 they had very few spots open. See other resources below.
Meals on Wheels will be delivering Thanksgiving Meals to families in the St. Paul Metro area. The meals are already put together, but must be cooked. They will be delivered Thanksgiving morning. Call 651-699-5404 to register.
9th Annual Free Thanksgiving Dinner at Black Bear Crossings on the Lake. November 27th, 2014 12:00pm to 3:00pm they are located in the Como Lakeside Pavilion 1360 North Lexington Parkway, Saint Paul, MN 55103.
Learn the significance of the custom-designed shield that serves as the logo of the American Indian Education Program.