• November

    The Ojibwe Charter School recently chose their November Students of the Months.  Ojibwe Charter School uses the Seven Grandfather Teachings for their Student of the Month program along with TRIBE.  TRIBE is a positive system of following school wide rules.  TRIBE stands for; Treat others kindly, Ready to learn, I need to listen, Be safe, and Everyone tries their best.  The Grandfather teaching for November was Bravery or Aakode'ewin.  

     

    Aakode’ewin- Bravery is to face the foe with integrity. In the Anishinaabe language, the word literally means "state of having a fearless heart." To do what is right even when the consequences are unpleasant.

     

    Khale Kieliszewski/Kindergarten/First Grade: Mr. Collins

    The Kindergarten and First Grade is happy to announce our choice of Khale Kieliszewski as our Student of the Month for November. Khale is one of our top academic performers and he is quick to help his friends. Khale is considerate, kind, and fair. He follows our classroom and school rules and he is respectful towards everyone in our building. Keep up the good work Khale!

     

    Zak Forrester/2nd grade:  Ms Heikkinen

    I am happy to announce that Zak Forrester is our Student of the Month for November.  Zak shows bravery by being honest when it matters most.  He is willing to say and do what is right even if his classmates don’t.  I can always count on him to be brave and honest!  Great job Zak!

     

    Morrison LeBlanc/3rd grade:  Mrs. Bowen

    The third grade student of the month for November is Morrison LeBlanc.  Morrison has been doing a great job all year, both academically and behaviorally.  He is such a hard worker and always comes to school with a smile on his face.  He has a great personality that lights up the room.  I am very proud of Morrison’s accomplishments thus far this year.  Keep it up Morrison!

     

    Makayla Moglovkin/4th grade:  Mrs. Bowen

    Makayla Moglovkin is the fourth grade student of the month for November.  Makayla is an excellent student both in academics and behavior.  In class she shares her ideas with others and listens closely to her peers.  Makayla has a positive attitude and always shows excellent effort in her school work.  She brightens our day with a friendly smile and treats others with kindness and respect.  Great job Makayla!

     

    Jenna Murphy/5th grade: Ms. Hunter

    I chose Jenna for the student of the month for November/Bravery because she is always willing to try new things and is always volunteering to share her work with her peers.  Jenna is always willing to help her classmates with their work if they need it.  She always wants to help with anything in the classroom also.

     

    Quinton Doyle/6th grade: Ms. Hunter

    I chose Quinton for the student of the month for November/Bravery because he is always willing to talk about his writing prompts that we do with his classmates.  He has come out of his shell this month and is making a lot of new friends.