Center School, Inc.

Mission Statement

Providing transformative education, grounded in indigenous life-ways and a love of learning.

Impact and Programs

Accomplishments Eight of our 10 credit-eligible seniors graduated. We served 85 high needs Indigenous students, provided counseling , therapeutic services, connected to much needed community resources such as food and housing assistance and all earned credits towards high school graduation.
Current Goals We are looking to return to once again fully implementing our culturally contextualized education and health programming and a return to in-person educational experiences. We hope to graduate 8 seniors again this year and to continue improving our ability to engage with At-Risk youth
Community or Constituency Served Native American or Indigenous Community of Minneapolis
Geographic Area Served Twin Cities Metro

Reports & Finances

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Notes from the Council

Organization Last Reviewed on 03/23/2021

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2421 Bloomington Ave. S.
Minneapolis, Mn 55404
Phone: 612 721 1655

General Information

Alternative Name: Nawayee Center School , Nawayee
EIN: 36-3591386
Principal Staff: Joseph Rice
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE): 13
Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
Number of Clients: 85
Ruling Year: 1988


Board Chair: Karen MCCall
Number of Board Members: 5
Board Meetings with Quorum: 17
Average Member Attendance: 3.6

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