Native American Education


Services
The Native American Education Program provides our Native American students with opportunities for academic support, cultural representation and post secondary preparatory support. Examples of program support might include: - Family Language Table - Reading and Math Event Nights - Powwow or Cultural Pride Events - Staff Development - Cultural awareness - Community Education Scholarships - College Tours - Field Trips - Student Group Support - Native American curriculum and resources Eligibility The Native American Education Program is funded through MN Department of Education and Title VI U.S. Department of Education American Indian Education grants. Students who are: - a member of a band or tribe - a child of a band or tribe member - a grandchild of a band or tribe member are eligible for our program services. If you have not yet filled out a 506 Eligibility form for your student, please consider doing so. These forms allow us to obtain more funding for our program. Native American Parent Advisory Committee Our Parent Committee exists to advise the coordination of the Native American Education Program. This committee meets a few times per year and consists of both district staff and parents of Native American students.

 

ligibility:

Brainerd School District’s Native American Education Program services are available to American Indian Students who:

  • Are an enrolled member of a Tribe or Band

  • A child of a Tribe or Band member

  • A grandchild of a Tribe or Band member

In order to qualify for our Native American Education Program, students will need to have a 506 form filled out and on file which is held confidentially in our school records. These forms allow our district to obtain more funding for our Native American Education program and allow uis to better serve our Native American Students.  

If you have any questions or need assistance completing the 506 form, please do not hesitate to contact:

Ashley Ingebrigtson

Multicultural Student Support Liaison

Brainerd School District - Washington Educational Services Building

Email: ashley.ingebrigtson@isd181.org

Phone: 218-454-6142

Native American Parent Advisory Committee

The Native American Parent Advisory Committee is an organized group of parents, students and district staff who meet several times per year in order to discuss the direction and priorities of Native American Education for our school district as well as the services offered within our Native American Education Program.

The parents and students in our program serve as advocates and a valued voice by:

  • sharing the needs, achievements and concerns for students

  • giving guidance on appropriate cultural materials and curriculums used within the school district

  • providing cultural support through events and enrichment classes.

During our meetings we often provide various cultural activities, academic resources and information on upcoming events and services offered within the Native American Education Program.

Food and drinks are provided.

Please join us at our next meeting:

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Eligibility:

Brainerd School District’s Native American Education Program services are available to American Indian Students who:

  • Are an enrolled member of a Tribe or Band

  • A child of a Tribe or Band member

  • A grandchild of a Tribe or Band member

In order to qualify for our Native American Education Program, students will need to have a 506 form filled out and on file which is held confidentially in our school records. These forms allow our district to obtain more funding for our Native American Education program and allow uis to better serve our Native American Students.  

If you have any questions or need assistance completing the 506 form, please do not hesitate to contact:

Ashley Ingebrigtson

Multicultural Student Support Liaison

Brainerd School District - Washington Educational Services Building

Email: ashley.ingebrigtson@isd181.org

Phone: 218-454-6142

Native American Parent Advisory Committee

The Native American Parent Advisory Committee is an organized group of parents, students and district staff who meet several times per year in order to discuss the direction and priorities of Native American Education for our school district as well as the services offered within our Native American Education Program.

The parents and students in our program serve as advocates and a valued voice by:

  • sharing the needs, achievements and concerns for students

  • giving guidance on appropriate cultural materials and curriculums used within the school district

  • providing cultural support through events and enrichment classes.

During our meetings we often provide various cultural activities, academic resources and information on upcoming events and services offered within the Native American Education Program.

Food and drinks are provided.

Please join us at our next meeting:

Resources

Coming Soon


Calendar

Coming Soon

Eligibility:

Brainerd School District’s Native American Education Program services are available to American Indian Students who:

  • Are an enrolled member of a Tribe or Band

  • A child of a Tribe or Band member

  • A grandchild of a Tribe or Band member

In order to qualify for our Native American Education Program, students will need to have a 506 form filled out and on file which is held confidentially in our school records. These forms allow our district to obtain more funding for our Native American Education program and allow uis to better serve our Native American Students.  

If you have any questions or need assistance completing the 506 form, please do not hesitate to contact:

Ashley Ingebrigtson

Multicultural Student Support Liaison

Brainerd School District - Washington Educational Services Building

Email: ashley.ingebrigtson@isd181.org

Phone: 218-454-6142

Native American Parent Advisory Committee

The Native American Parent Advisory Committee is an organized group of parents, students and district staff who meet several times per year in order to discuss the direction and priorities of Native American Education for our school district as well as the services offered within our Native American Education Program.

The parents and students in our program serve as advocates and a valued voice by:

  • sharing the needs, achievements and concerns for students

  • giving guidance on appropriate cultural materials and curriculums used within the school district

  • providing cultural support through events and enrichment classes.

During our meetings we often provide various cultural activities, academic resources and information on upcoming events and services offered within the Native American Education Program.

Food and drinks are provided.

Please join us at our next meeting:

Resources

Coming Soon


Calendar

Coming Soon

Eligibility:

Brainerd School District’s Native American Education Program services are available to American Indian Students who:

  • Are an enrolled member of a Tribe or Band

  • A child of a Tribe or Band member

  • A grandchild of a Tribe or Band member

In order to qualify for our Native American Education Program, students will need to have a 506 form filled out and on file which is held confidentially in our school records. These forms allow our district to obtain more funding for our Native American Education program and allow uis to better serve our Native American Students.  

If you have any questions or need assistance completing the 506 form, please do not hesitate to contact:

Ashley Ingebrigtson

Multicultural Student Support Liaison

Brainerd School District - Washington Educational Services Building

Email: ashley.ingebrigtson@isd181.org

Phone: 218-454-6142

Native American Parent Advisory Committee

The Native American Parent Advisory Committee is an organized group of parents, students and district staff who meet several times per year in order to discuss the direction and priorities of Native American Education for our school district as well as the services offered within our Native American Education Program.

The parents and students in our program serve as advocates and a valued voice by:

  • sharing the needs, achievements and concerns for students

  • giving guidance on appropriate cultural materials and curriculums used within the school district

  • providing cultural support through events and enrichment classes.

During our meetings we often provide various cultural activities, academic resources and information on upcoming events and services offered within the Native American Education Program.

Food and drinks are provided.

Please join us at our next meeting:

Resources

Coming Soon


Calendar

Coming Soon

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Ashley Ingebrigtson

Multicultural Student Support Liaison
ashley.ingebrigtson@isd181.org
Phone: 218-454-6142

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