Native American Studies Program (NASP)
The Native American Studies Program (NASP) is funded by a Title VI Indian Education grant serving American Indian/Alaskan Native Fremont Unified K-12 students. This program provides after school tutoring with small group instruction throughout the school year by a certificated teacher.
Cultural enrichment focuses on strengthening the children's Native American identity and sense of belonging to a supportive community. Cultural classes include hands on activities such as Native crafts, cooking, drumming, as well as storytelling, and learning about traditional values.
Families are invited to be involved in the program by attending family night gatherings and Native cultural events throughout the community. Parents and guardians are encouraged to participate in the Indian Parent Committee (IPC) meetings, and are welcome to volunteer at the center.
The Native American Center is currently closed to the public. Students and families will be welcomed for scheduled tutoring sessions and culture classes. Museum tours must be scheduled in advance. Please contact Michelle Ruiz-Esparza (Community Liaison) firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to schedule a tour.
2023- 2024 NASP Parent Advisory Committee Meeting Dates
September 13, 2023 - meeting agenda
November 15, 2023
January 31, 2023
April 24, 2023
May 15, 2023
All IPC Meetings will be from 6:30pm-7:30pm.
Meetings will be held in person at the NASP center and virtually through zoom.
Please email NASP Program Manager, Audrey Suratos, for the Zoom meeting link prior to the meeting date if you would like to join and have not received an email invitation. Her email address is email@example.com
Additional NASP Information/Resources
Enrollment: 506 Enrollment/Eligibility Form (PDF)
Location & Contact
Fremont Adult School
4700 Calaveras Ave. Room 20
Fremont, CA 94538
Michelle Ruiz-Esparza (Community Liaison)