We believe the Great Spirit put us on Mother Earth to be kind, respecting one another and all things. We believe the Ojibwa Indian School must reflect the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa’s past, present, and future way of life. Recognizing each student as a unique individual, our Turtle Mountain Community. OIS in cooperation with parents/guardians will provide educational opportunities for all students to be competent culturally, physically, emotionally, socially and academically.
Our school is a reflection of the larger community in which we live and is an extension of our families and our homes. It is the responsibility of every member of our school community to work together to ensure the health and safety of everyone. All rules as outlined in the Ojibwa Indian School “Behavior and Expectation Policy” are expected to be followed.