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Feather Pole Ceremony Held for LCO Ojibwe School Returning to In-Person Learning on Monday

The LCO Ojibwe School is currently teaching through virtual learning due to the Covid-19 increase in cases over the summer, but according to an announcement by school director, Jessica "Hutch" Hutchison, they will be resuming in-person classes on Monday, September 21.

As is done at the beginning of school each year, a Feather Pole Raising Ceremony was held on Monday, Sep 14.

Jason Schlender emceed the event and explained that the spirit pole goes up to reach out to spirits and they watch over us.

"It's always renewed at the start of the new school year. This has always been done as long as I can remember as a student," Schlender stated.

In regards to when in-person classes do resume, Hutch said, “We are requiring masks and have two thermoscan walk-through temperature monitors being used."

Below the photos you'll find the link to the updated school reopening plan.

Below you will find the link to the updated school reopening plan

Lac Courte Oreilles Reopening Plan updat
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