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American Indian Education Program
Indian Education Family Night
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Friday, Dec. 7, 2018
Drop in any time between 6-8 p.m.
Olson Middle School Gym
4551 W. 102nd St.
Please enter through the "pool entrance" - Door #27
- FREE books for Indian Education program students! This is our biggest book distribution event of the year. We have added new titles and books for middle and high school readers too!
- FREE hats, mittens and scarves for Indian Education program students, made with love and donated by the Creekside Needle Workers
- Hot chocolate and cookies
- Family craft making from 6-7:30 p.m.
There is no cost to attend, but families must register in advance. Click here to register!
For your child to be included in the Title VI program count, we need an Indian Education (506) Form filled out. These forms generate program funding for your child and all the Native American students attending Bloomington Public Schools.
The Indian Education Program of Bloomington Public Schools is committed to working together with parents and families in order to meet the unique educational and cultural needs of students of American Indian heritage.
The goals and activities are determined with assistance and guidance provided by the District's American Indian Parent Advisory Committee (AIPAC) as well as ongoing community needs assessments conducted by the program. If you are interested in joining the Parent Committee and/or learning more about the American Indian Education Program, please call Hiedi Hecker for more information.
Indian Education, ISD 271
Pond Early Learning Center
9600 3rd Avenue South, Room 205B
Bloomington, MN 55420