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From left, Bemidji High School student Brett Theisen holds a sign that means math in Ojibwe. Theisen, along with students Zach Sauer, Chris Gilbertson, Tyler Bannor and Landon Yerbich, are making numerous signs in the Ojibwe language that will be put up at every school in the Bemidji School District. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Students help language project in Bemidji schools

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Students in the Bemidji School District may soon notice a change to their classroom names.

A sign for the health office will have "Aakoziiwigamigoons" next to it, the cafeteria will have "Wisiniiwigamig" and art room will include "Mazinibii'igewigamig."

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