2021-22 School Year Title VI Public Meeting
April 22, 2021 at 12:00 noon
Please join us at noon, Thursday, April 22, 2021 for a public meeting regarding our SY2021-22 Title VI grant application. You may also view the informational document by clicking here.
Meeting ID: 944 5183 1004 | Passcode: 404335
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.
Soft Start for K-3 In-Building Learning
K-3 Families, We will have a soft start for in-building learning to begin on March 24, 2021. Please review the attached letter for more details. We will have a slow-start for March, and slowly increase our days in school in April. We will be offering in-school learning and online learning each day. It is important that you continue social distancing and wearing masks. If COVID-19 numbers rise than we may need to decrease or stop in-school learning.
Miigwech, Valerie Tanner, FDLOS Principal
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
Updated High School Student Schedule
The high school has updated their schedule in order to provide more face-to-face time with teachers. Please click on the link below to view the new schedule. If you have questions please contact your child’s advisor, or one of the content teachers.
Updated High School Schedule
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
2020-21 School Year Preparedness Plan: The FDL Ojibwe School will now be Opening in Phase 1 of the Preparedness Plan. This means all students will be distance learning. The school will provide Chromebooks, and hot spots if needed, to all students for the 2020-2021 school year.
We understand that this is a stressful time for all of you. We certainly miss seeing our students. Please continue to wear masks, wash hands, and social distance.
2020-21 Enrollment Forms: The 2020 - 2021 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
2020-2021 School Calendar - In order to keep families healthy, large and public activities will not be held. This includes activities such as the Pokey Jaris Paro powwow, Veteran's Day celebration, and other activities. We will keep you informed of changes as the year progresses.