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    Indigenous Integration provides lessons and resources across content areas to meet Minnesota State Standards that specifically mention Anishinabe and Dakota people.


Elementary Indigenous Integration

Middle & High School Indigenous Integration

  • Smudging in SPPS: We Smudge Here Lesson about smudging. Smudging is now a protected Indigenous cultural practice in all SPPS buildings. This lesson explains what smudging is and why some students request smudging at school.

Resources for Staff

  • Indigenous Issues Schoology Course - PowerSchool Course #: 21404
    This course includes five modules including Assimilation, Sovereignty, US Policies, Indian Education, and Indigenous Issues Today. Participants will be provided with two clock hours in Cultural Proficiency (P6 - American Indian Students).
    Land Acknowledgement Guidance
    Creating statements to acknowledge the ancestral homelands of Indigenous people has gained popularity. When creating a statement, remember to include a "call to action." For more information, please review the material from the Native Governance Center.
  • EOS - 1930 Como
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