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    Alaska Native Education History

    In 1974, the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District (FNSBSD) applied for and was awarded an Indian Education Title VII, Part C (PL 100-297) grant, to create the Alaska Native Education (ANE) Program which serves American Indian and Alaska Native students. The program is advised by the ANE Parent Committee, as required by the Office of Indian Education under the grant.

    After parent input and review of student records, the program evolved and expanded in the 1980's to provide more direct ANE student services such as academic tutoring, attendance monitoring, and cultural activities.

    Currently our program utilizes a model of service with the goal of increasing academic achievement in math, reading and writing, and school attendance.

    The program provides support through:

    • Supplemental academic assistance
    • Counseling, home/school liaison and referral services
    • Cultural enrichment


    Parent Power Build the Bridge to Success
    Studies of successful schools report that parent involvement is a major factor in their outcomes, including closing the achievement gap between various groups of students. The following booklet is a tool to help build the bridge to success.


    Tutoring Opportunities
    Do you know your child's ANE Tutor?  Check out the ANE Staff Page to find your child's tutor.


    Alaska Native Education Program

    520 Fifth Avenue, 4th Floor, Suite A
    Fairbanks, AK 99701
    Phone: (907) 452-2000
    Fax: (907) 452-3172


    ANE DirectorYatibaey Evans
    ext. 11462
    Social Services Manager  LHS

    Melissa Zatica
    456-7794, ext. 17143


    Marlene Flynn
    Program Secretary
    ext. 11468



Last Modified on April 8, 2020