Tutoring Services – Subject area tutoring
Tutoring services are offered in content areas such as English Language Arts, Math and Science and a host of other areas. Tutoring can occur during the school day during non-class time such as Flex Time in middle school however it is very difficult to schedule during the school day. If a student is not suggested for tutoring through the program student monitoring system, there is an opportunity to request tutoring by completing the “Request for Tutoring” form or by calling the Indian Education Office.
Request for tutoring by appointment
Students and parents may request tutoring services during non-school times at a time that is convenient for the student. Students and parent may contact the Indian Education Office or complete the request for tutoring services form.
High school junior and senior level students have the opportunity to participate in ACT college preparation sessions. The Indian Education program has tutors who specifically work with students to prepare for the exam. Students will take an ACT practice test to help the tutors with where to focus their targeted tutoring in addition to general test taking strategies. Students will then take another practice test to help determine ACT proficiency.
If you are interested in participating in ACT tutoring with the 196 American Indian Education Program, please fill out this form. Informational meetings will be announced on this website.
Multicultural College Information Event
District 196 Integration and Educational Equity hosts a Multicultural College Informational Fair for students in 6th thru 12th grades from 6-10 p.m. Location and date to be determined.
Representatives from public and private colleges will be available to answer questions about their college. There will also be a diverse student panel, information on ACT/SAT test prep, scholarship information, college admissions process, and the Minnesota Dream Act.
The event is free and open to the public. Attend and discover more of what college is all about.
Student Progress Monitoring
The Indian Education staff attempts to monitor progress for the students in the program however, given that students are located in almost all of the schools within District 196, the task is very difficult. We try to work closely with our school counselors at the secondary level and the school social workers at the elementary level as much as possible. We ask that parents contact the Indian Education Office should they desire to have their student on a progress monitoring system.
Graduating Senior Honoring Event
District 196 identified Native American Grade 12 students, who will be graduating from a District 196 high school are invited to participate in an honoring ceremony. The honoring event includes recognition of student academic achievement and graduation from high School and the pinning of the medicine wheel is planned by the students and their families. For further information about being involved in the event please contact the District 196 Indian Education Program.