Community Ed offers Introduction to Ojibwe Language

Intro to Ojibwe Language through Culture, Customs and 
Traditions is being offered at Cook County Community Education to 
acquaint students with the descriptive Ojibwe language.  The 
standardized double vowel system of reading and writing will be used.  
Students will explore the circle of seasons and harmonious respect of 
woodland tradition
in context with language acquisitions.  Activities are designed to 
promote speaking and listening as well as reading the language.
The classes will be held on Wednesdays, December 12, January 9, 23, 
February 6 and 20 at the 4H Log Cabin near the Cook County Community 
Center from 3:45-5:15.  The instructor will be Tom Jack.
This class is open to students in third grade through adult. Youth 
younger than third grade are welcome to attend with an adult.  The 
cost for the class is $30.
Registration forms for the above programs are available on the 
Community Education web page www.cookcountyschools.org/cookcounty/cmed 
or at the Community Education office.
  If you have questions please contact Melissa at Community Education 
(218) 387-2271 or email youthcoordinator@isd166.k12.mn.us.