American Indian Education Program
The ISD 728 American Indian Education Program (AIEP) promotes advocacy, representation, and collaborative education as the primary purpose for our students, parents, and community members. The AIEP strives for academic success that aligns with the strategic objectives and goals of the ISD 728 district.
- Increase the graduation rate of American Indian/ Alaskan Native Students
- Expand district-wide understanding and representation of American Indian/ Alaskan Native students' cultures, languages, heritage, and curriculum.
Our services include:
IN ORDER TO PROVIDE SERVICES FOR YOUR STUDENT(S) A SIGNED PARENT CONSENT FORM IS REQUIRED.Please go to the 'forms' download and sign the document.
- Academic advising (K-12)
- Scholarship, College, vocational or workforce advisement and assistance (7-12)
- Monitoring student's school programs to provide assistance (K-12)
- Enrichment opportunities such as tribal history, storytelling, pow-wows, etc.
- Field trips:(to be virtual until further notice) Sugar Bush, Northwest Fur Trade Post, Mille Lacs Indian Museum, Fort Snelling, and more
- College visits including the University of Minnesota, Morris, and St. Cloud State University
- Traditional graduation honoring ceremony
- Cultural activities and lessons
- Ojibwe & Dakota language programs
- Parent Advisory Committee/ Monthly Newsletter
Marique Moss, M.L.S
Specialist of American Indian Educationmarique.firstname.lastname@example.org
Mari Mansfield, Mpls Public Art Comm'r
Tutor of American Indian Education
Handke Family Center, Room 214
1170 Main St NW, Elk River, MN 55330(763)-241-3400 X 5551