There are two positions available for the 2013-2016 school board. The positions are one community representative and one educator representative.
As defined by the organization by-laws, the process of nomination for these two seats is:
Voting will be held on Friday, November 8, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Waadookodaading administrative offices. If you have any questions, or concerns, please call (715) 634-8924 ext. 314
Geniinawind sa omaa Waadookodaading–endazhi-wiidookodaadiyaang– niwii-naadamawaanaanig ningikinoo’amaaganinaanig da-nitaa-ojibwemotaadiwaad ge-mino-bimaadiziwaad. Mii imaa endazhi-maawanji’idiwaad da-ojibwemotaadiwaad, da-manaajitoowaad aki, idash da-manaaji’idiwaad gakina bemaadizijig. Abinoojiinyag gikinoo’amaajigaazowaad odinwewiniwaa, odizhitwaawiniwaa, miinawaa gwayak ezhiwebak miziwekamig. Nimisawendaamin da-maaminonendamowaad gikendaasowin da-gagwe-gwayakosidoowaad ezhiwebadinig omaa akiing. Gakina gegoo gikinoo’amawaawag Ojibwemowin miinawaa izhitwaawin. Gakina gegoo nindizhichigemin ondinamang nindizhitwaawininaan. Mii ezhi-dagosidooyaang ezhi-gikinoo’amawangidwaa agiw abinoojiinyag, ani-gikendaasowaad, ani-nitaawichigewaad, idash da-minogiizhwewaad.
The mission of Waadookodaading is to create proficient speakers of the Ojibwe language who are able to meet the challenges of our rapidly changing world. The school will be a community center for language revitalization, local environmental understanding and intergenerational relationships. We expect that students will be grounded in local language, culture and traditions, while gaining an awareness of global concerns. Our aim is to foster a love of learning while teaching the skills that will enable students to create solutions for our community and our planet.
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Waadookodaading is a 501c3 tax exempt charitable organization. For information about contributing to our School and supporting our language revitalization efforts, please contact Brooke Mosay Ammann Director, at 715-634-8924 extension 313.