Ouabache Elementary

Welcome to Ouabache Elemenary

Welcome to Ouabache Elementary

The word Ouabache is Native American and French in origin. The Miami Tribe pronunciation of the “Wabash” River was “Wah-bah-shi-ki.” It meant pure white, bright, or natural and referred to a limestone bed in the upper part of the river. French Jesuits later shortened the name to “Ouabache.” Early 1700 maps of the Northwest Territory have Wabash River spelled “Ouabache River.”


Ouabache may be pronouced:   

Wa’ – bash (French)

Wah – ba’ – she (Native American)

Wah – ba’ – che (Native American)


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School is dismissed at 2:45

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