Native American Heritage Month

American Indian Education

  • GCS American Indian Education Program supports Native American students to be academically achieving citizens who are prepared to be successful in a globally competitive environment.

    Some ways the AIE Program supports our students and families:

    • Culture Activities
      We provide opportunities for students to engage in regular culture activities facilitated by Native community members.
    • Counseling and Mentoring
      As Native people, there is strength in community and being with our people. Culturally-relevant counseling shows to increase self-esteem, mental health, and confidence.
    • College and Career Readiness
      We work with our High School to work on college/career planning, coordinate college tours, and assist with financial aid and tribal enrollment processes.
    • Family Advocacy and Support
      We work to help American Indian families navigate a number of stressors and/or get connected to others who can help to resolve the issue.
    • Classroom/District Equity Initiatives
      Through sharing resources, facilitating training, and teaching lessons, we are available to collaborate with teachers and district staff to support the education of all students.

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Contact Us

  • Executive Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

    Jasmine Getrouw-Moore, MPA

    (336) 370-3284 Ext: 717101


    American Indian Ed Coordinator

    Stephen Bell, MSW (Lumbee)

    120 Franklin Boulevard
    Greensboro, NC 27401
    336-370-3284 Ext. 717102 (office)
    336-894-9947 (work cell) 

506 Form

  • This form is required for students to participate in Indian Ed program.

    Please complete (digitally or with pen/pencil) and return via email, mail using the contact info above.

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