American Indian Education Program

Welcome to the American Indian Education Program page on the District 192 website. This site a hub for events, activities and information related to our American Indian Education Program. 

The purpose of the American Indian Education Parent Committee is to deepen the family-school
connection in order to 

provide continuous support to help students build a positive cultural personal identity
ensure students learn authentic and true information about their history and culture
inspire students to reach their highest aspirations and provide them with the support they need
Connect families within the community to one another

Check out the calendar and news stories for more information.  Questions about the program or information on this page?  Email district@farmington.k12.mn.us.

News & Events

Native American College Fair
Native American College Fair
10/19/2020
The Native American College Fair was started in 2013 as a way to bring colleges, universities and training programs to Twin Cities Native youth and their families. We provide a setting that allows students to have meaningful conversation with representatives about college life, courses and admission & financial aid requirements.
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New American Indian Education Program Page!
02/05/2019
Welcome to the American Indian Education Program page on the District 192 website. This is a hub for events, activities and information related to our American Indian Education Program. Check out the calendar and news stories for more information.
Read More about New American Indian Education Program Page!
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