AIE Program Overview

Our mission is to address the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indian students, enabling them to meet the same challenging state student academic achievement standards as Family Nightall students are expected to meet.

The A.I.E.P was established in 1973 by Cloquet Public Schools along with the Fond du lac Reservation community in response to the 1972 (federal Indian Education Act. This legislation recognizes the need for the equalization of academic standards for all students. The program is implemented under the guidance of the A.I.E.P Director and the Local Indian Education Committee.


Tribal enrollment of the student, parent or grandparent qualifies a student for the program. Signed forms must be on file in order to receive services.

March Parent Committee Meetings

Join us March 20, 2019 at the FDL Tribal Center ENP for our March Parent Committee Meetings. 
JOM begins at 5pm and LIEC begins at 6pm. 

A light meal and refreshments provided.
Hope to see you there!

Faith and Kashmir enjoy Cloquet Labor Day festivities after walking in the parade with the Cloquet American Indian Education Program. Thank you for the photos Janette
! 

     



AIE AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM ENDS APRIL 3rd

Feature

2019/20 American Indian Education Program Royalty Packets are available NOW. Return before April 12th!


Look at the packed room for the first day of Ojibwe Language! Holly Pellerin says she "recognizes many students" and "wants them all to learn in a good way" 9-7-2016.





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Teresa Angell,
Mar 5, 2019, 5:37 AM
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