WOWE Indian Education


The WOWE Indian Education program works to strengthen and promote positive experiences and educational outcomes for American Indian students districtwide. WOWE Indian Education Program strives to help students reach their full potential within our school communities through meaningful, equitable, and targeted educational experiences that affirms and values their unique cultural identities.

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Some of the support and services provided by the WOWE Indian Education Department are:

After School Programming (Waubun: grades 4-12)

STARTING: September 19, 2023

DAYS: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays

TIME: 3:15-6:00pm


GRADES: 4-12

Academic Support

  • Ojibwe Culture Classes (Language/Culture/History/Traditions)

  • After School Tutoring

  • Paraprofessionals

  • College and Career Opportunities

  • College and Career Field Trips

  • Specialized Support


  • Annual Mini Powwow

  • 7 Grand Father Teachings Awards

  • Quiz Bowl

  • Young Artists./Young Writers Competitions

  • Youth Conference Gatherings

  • Drumming

  • Ribbon Skirt Making

  • Ojibwe Word of the Day

American Indian Parent Advisory Committee

  • Vicki Bellanger

  • Jessica Keezer

  • Josie Keezer

  • Felecia Bellanger

  • Kristen Zima

  • Barb Accobee

  • Luke Zima

    (student rep)

  • Savanna Keezer (student rep_

  • Teresa Rojas (Teacher rep)

  • Dan Kohler (Alternate Teacher Rep)

  • Kathy Lhotka