This Week @ICS
November 12-16, 2018
"Be Well! "
Adults are encouraged to learn and practice with our Students!
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ROCK YOUR MOCS November 16, 2018

National Rock Your Mocs Day is on Saturday, November 17 so we are going to celebrate here at ICS on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Students and staff are encouraged to wear their moccasins and be ready to have some fun!
Please RSVP by November 14th!

November 12
5:30 to 8:30 pm
Celebrating Our Native Veterans, Food Sovereignty & More 
November 12
Student Program takes place during the school day. 

George Martin (Ojibwe) and his family members will lead our Veterans Day Program here at the School and share knowledge about what it means to be Ogichida (warrior for the people) with students and staff during the school day. 

MIEC Teaching Lodge: Community Program,
5:30 pm to 8:30 pm  
The MIEC Teaching Lodge welcomes George Martin and his family who will share their perspectives about Native Veterans, Food Sovereignty and traditional knowledge. A Community Feast will be served. Please bring your Feast Bundles if you have them! 
Attention ICS Parents:
Calling all Native crafters & vendors to join us for a Native Craft Fair during our Breakfast with Santa on Dec. 8th!
Ho! Ho! Ho! Get ready for Breakfast with Santa coming up on Dec. 8th! Download the flyer here.
For more information on our Families in Need Program, click here.
NEXT SESSION: November 15 
Student Program takes place during the school day. 

Community Program: 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm 

Hoocąk – a Tribe before a Nation 
With Bill Quackenbush, HCN Tribal Historic Preservation Officer 

A unique look at the past through the lens of the Ho-Chunk people today; life before European contact relied on simplicity and practicality. While seemingly basic, archeological evidence speaks to a tremendous wisdom held by our ancestors. The Ho-Chunk are descendants of these great individuals holding and treasuring the timeless stories of an oral tradition. We will learn of how the skills and wisdom of thousands of years ago still help us today. Bill’s work as a Tribal Historic Preservation Officer will be shared as he balances protection of sacred sites and burials and education drawn from the ancient stories of our past. 

For more information, please contact Our Ways at (414) 525-6144.
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