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AIMS Food Service RFP 2018-2019

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to enter into a fixed-price contract with a meal vendor that will provide American Indian Model Schools (hereinafter referred to as the school food authority [SFA]) vended meals to their food service operation. The meal vendor will provide services to the SFA as described in the Scope of Work in the Model Fixed-price Contract.
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TK-1 Campus …the next phase of the K-2 initiative!

Upcoming Communication Meetings

Please come and discuss your vision for your children in a new
space designed for early childhood excellence:
• Coffee with the Superintendent: Friday, April 27— 8:30am
• Community Facility Input with Mrs. Oh: Monday, April 30—5:00pm,
Thursday, May 3—8:30am-10:30am, Friday, May 4—1:00pm
• Town Hall Meeting: Tuesday, May 1—5:30pm

Office Hours with Mrs. Oh
Call 510.893.8701 Ext. 21 to schedule your appointment.
Translation available.
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Request for Proposal for an Insurance Broker

American Indian Model School (AIMS) is requesting proposals from qualified proposers to serve as an Insurance Broker for their three (3) charter schools consisting of American Indian Public Charter School, American Indian Public Charter School II, and American Indian Public High School.

Proposals are due no later than 4:00 P.M. Pacific Time, Monday, April 16, 2018 to the Finance Office, American Indian Model School, 171 12​th​ Street, Oakland, CA 94607. Proposals will be accepted by electronic media to the email address:

Proposer also certifies the it does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the grounds of race, age, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender, disability, genetic information, or any other classification protected by federal, California state constitutional, or statutory law; and does not and will not maintain or provide its employees any segregated facilities at any of its establishments.

American Indian Model School offers educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, age, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender, disability or genetic information.
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Oakland Students Treated to ‘Black Panther’ Screening, Talk

American Indian Model Schools Superintendent Maya Woods-Cadiz said the discussion allows students of color to see that “what they can do in life is broad,” which ties into a theme of the movie.

“Superheroes aren’t just (the film’s main character) T’Challa; superheroes are actually everyday people,” Woods-Cadiz said. “That connects to our mission, which is providing social and financial capital for students and families that traditionally don’t have access to that.”
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AIMS Techbridge girls on ABC 7 News

Here's a look at our 6-8th grade girls at SFO yesterday on the local news!

As ever, we're proud of our students, and I'm especially proud of these girls who participate in Techbridge and represent themselves, the program, and our school extremely well.

Ms. Coenen
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