American Indian Education
Native American Parent Advisory Committee
Title VII – High School Students
TITLE VII-High School Student Information
Native American Parents Advisory Committee (NAPAC)
District 196 American Indian Education program is funded by the TITLE VII Indian Education Formula grant. The program is staffed by an Indian Education Advisor and staff that provide academic support for middle and high school students. The goal of District 196 American Indian Education Program is to meet the unique culture and academic needs of American Indian students.
Purpose of NAPAC
NAPAC's purpose is to plan and implement classes and events that will support District 196 American Indian students and their families.
NAPAC membership consists of Parents and/or Guardians of identified American Indian students attending one of our District 196 elementary, middle schools or High School. All students are required to have a 506 form on file with the District 196 American Indian Education Program. For more information contact, Clarine Packineau, Advisor at (651) 423-7882.
6:30 p.m. at District Service Center (unless otherwise noted)
- Thursday, February 27 Class Topic: College Information and Resources
- Thursday, March 20 Class Topic: Part 2 - Moccasin Making
Clarine Packineau and Jorja Valandra, 651-423-7912.