The Ojibwe Schools are committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment based on Anishinaabe values and traditions. We emphasize a challenging education with high expectations that empower ALL students to become respectful, responsible, and life-long learners.
FDLOS Powwow and Royalty Contest
The FDLOS Pokey Paro Powwow & Royalty Contest will be held Friday, October 7, 2022, from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm. The Royalty Contest begins at 1:00 pm. Applications must be in by Tuesday, October 4th. See Powwow and Contest details below.
2022 FDLOS Pokey Paro Powwow
2022 FDLOS Royalty Contest
FDLOS COVID Preparedness Plan for Fall of 2022-23
Policies are established to explain practices and conditions to meet the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) guidelines, and the Human Services PHEP Team for COVID-19 standards, related to worker exposure to COVID-19.
School Supply List for 2022/23
Families, if you are unable to purchase some or all of the school supplies, we will have supplies available for your child(ren). School starts Monday, August 29, 2022 We look forward to seeing all of our students. High School Students – please bring pencils, notebooks, and a back-pack.
School Supply List
School Board Zoom Meetings
The School Board meets on the first or second Tuesday of the month. The School Board meetings are open to the public via Zoom. Visit the School Board page for details and access information.
School Board Page
Health Information Update
Please see links below for the Health Information Update and a COVID flow chart for school attendance safety.
Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Information and Data Privacy Notice:
See document for details
COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements
On 3/1/2021, Fond du Lac has updated the eligibility requirements needed to be given the COVID-19 vaccine. See the flyer below.
FDL Vaccine Eligibility Requirements
2022-23 Enrollment Forms: The 2022 - 2023 School Year Enrollment Forms are now available on the Parents page of our website. Click here to go to the Parents page.
The Ojibwe Schools are dedicated to providing a quality education, which focuses on integrating the Ojibwe culture into all students’ learning experiences. Every learner will have the opportunity to be challenged, to succeed, and to be prepared for the future. Parents, staff, community, and students will demonstrate the highest level of expectations for themselves and the school.
Anokii, Nanda-gikendan, Enigok gagwe, Gashkitoon
Work, Study, Strive, Succeed