• Students celebrating Indigenous people/culture
    "Providing educational opportunities
    for our American Indian/Alaska Native children to succeed"

    Since 1972, the Native American Student Services (NASS) program has provided educational opportunities and support for American Indian/Alaska Native children in the Lawrence Public Schools. The goal of NASS is to enhance and provide support to the student's overall growth and development through cultural and academic programs for students and families.

    Presently, the American Indian/Alaska Native student population makes up around 5% of the Lawrence school district's total enrollment. We serve more than 530 students who represent more than 100 tribal affiliations. Our program is part of the division of Student Intervention Services under the umbrella of Teaching and Learning Services. We work collaboratively within the community and the Lawrence Public Schools to meet strategic goals by being a student-centered environment that ensures all students learn academic and life skills to reach their maximum potential.


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Meet the NASS Staff

First Name Last Name Email Title Location
Kenneth St. Pierre kenneth.stpierre@usd497.org NASS Coordinator Native American Student Services building (Broken Arrow Elementary)
Shayla Chickaway Shayla.Chickaway@usd497.org NASS Administrative Assistant NASS Building - Broken Arrow