Our Program and Services

  • The Title VI Indian Education program supports schools as they provide opportunities for Native students to meet and exceed academic and cultural standards. We are available to assist families with navigating our schools across the district. 

In School

  • The ASD Title VI Indian Education Program offers a variety of direct services to eligible students, their families, and the community. Some of these services are only offered in Title VI schools, but others are offered throughout the district. To inquire about whether a specific service is offered at your child’s school, please contact the school directly or the Title VI office.

  • For Students


    • Academic tutoring
    • Art and dance
    • Crisis intervention and referrals
    • Culturally responsive instruction
    • Student data analysis
    • Social emotional skill building
    • Alaska Native language exposure
    • Homework help
    • Elder connections
    • Leadership skill building
    • Self-advocacy skill building
    • SAT/ACT/Work Keys prep
    • Heritage Month activities
    • Summer Enrichment Program
    • Developing cultural identity
  • For Families


    • School/district liaison to families
    • Resource referral
    • Family nights
    • Attendance support
    • School registration assistance
    • Free and reduced lunch application assistance
    • School orientations
    • Evening Program
    • Title VI newsletter
    • Goal setting
    • IEP meeting support
    • Postsecondary planning and resources
    • Scholarship and college portfolio workshops
    • Graduation and course planning
    • Class scheduling
    • School transition support
    • Rural to urban transition support
    • Home visits
  • For Our Community


     

    • Teacher curriculum resources
    • Volunteers and interns
    • Referrals to community programs
    • Resource sharing
    • Collaboration
    • Cultural displays
    • Junior and Native Youth Olympic coaching

After-school

  • Title VI provides indirect services to all Alaska Native and American Indian students enrolled in the Anchorage School District by providing training and support for teachers, administration, and support staff; advocacy for students and families; and representatives to serve on district, community, state and national committees. This ensures the voices of our families are heard, their needs are considered, and meaningful connections are made between education and culture.