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Indian Education Services

Indian Education Services at Highland Park

Indian Education Services at Highland Park Senior High

The SPPS Indian Education Program's mission is to assist American Indian students in graduating from high school with a quality education and a positive cultural personal identity.

 

Indian Education staff visit Highland Park High School to provide unique cultural services to Native American students and to collaborate with staff on programming.  Below is the current schedule of services:


Thursdays 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Room 3209 (New Room)

Kerrie Troseth, the Indian Education School Counselor, facilitates the Catching a Dream programming for Native youth at SPPS.  She will be available to students and offer the following services:

 

Please note that students must have a SmartPass to access the Indian Education space.  When students schedule a time to meet, Kerrie will generate a SmartPass for students to show their teacher to order to leave class.

Addtional Information:

Schoology Group: SPPS AIE: Catching a Dream (Indian Education High School Counseling Program - check your Schoology for this group and receive program updates, event notifications, and more.

Smore e-Newsletter: Kerrie sends out a weekly newsletter to students and primary parents/guardians with updates every Friday.  Please check your emails to review information and opportunities.  


Additional Resources

  • Samaria Mountain, Indian Education School Social Worker assigned to Highland Park High School
  • Kay Urich, Indian Education Chemical Health Counselor
  • Indian Education District-wide activities, events, Graduation Eagle Feathers, fees or school-related expenses, and speaker requests, please call the Indian Education main office for assistance at 651-293-5191.