ANE MISSION STATEMENT
To assist our Alaska Native and American Indian students in succeeding with their educational process, and to provide an appreciation of the indigenous cultures within the Fairbanks community.
The FNSBSD has received federal funding from the Office of Indian Education since 1974. This grant has been used to supplement the FNSBSD ANE program to meet the needs of Alaska Native and American Indian Students. Over the past thirty-five years, the ANE program has evolved to provide a wide variety of services that include: culturally relevant curriculum, academic tutoring, attendance monitoring, family advocacy, higher education support, cultural activities, leadership skill development, and encourage parental involvement and mentoring. The ANE program serves K-12, and provides cultural enrichment for all students in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District.
The ANE program supports AN/AI students in grades K-12 and provides cultural enrichment for all students in the FNSBSD, tutoring,/mentorship, family support, staff/educator training, and provides students with necessary supplies to succeed in the classroom.