Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. History - University of Wisconsin in Madison Teacher Certificate and O.L.C.E. (Ojibwe Language and Culture Education) Certification - College of St. Scholastica K-6 Elementary License, 5-12 Social Studies Licence Master's of Education in Teaching - College of St. Scholastica
The American Indian Studies (AIS) Program provides the opportunity for ALL students, of any and all cultures, to learn American Indian History, literature, art, and language from a Native perspective. Both Ojibwe and Lakota languages are offered at AIMS. All AIS classes meet district and state content standards, and have been developed as rigorous, yet culturally competent courses.
Through collaboration with the Saint Paul Indian Education Program, we offer additional support for American Indian students, including attendance and grade monitoring, college and career exploration, tutoring, and Support class.
American Indian Studies - AIMS Welcome Back Letter 2020-21 American Indian Studies Department Letter to Families Google Doc Version of letter
Here at AIMS we have the first Indigenous specific AVID class in the whole country! We've now expanded to Harding High School! What makes it different? Check this out AIMS Indigenous AVID
U.S. Dakota War of 1862 http://www.usdakotawar.org
American Indian Treaties http://www.treaties.matter.org
Using Ojibwe Art in Curriculum http://www.intersectingart.umn.edu
Minnesota History Day http://education.mnhs.org/historyday/
SPPS APPS: Student Apps for Distance Learning
One Stop (Campus, Schoology, Google Apps, etc.) All of the student log-in places
Want the recipe we used for the Plains Nations Culture Fair on 12/3/20? Here is a link but you should get the cookbook! Sunny Cookies (Sunflower Seed Cookie) Recipe by Sean Sherman