RANDOLPH’S CORNER

March Madness

“March Madness’’ is clicking full speed with the first round games completed and this year’s brackets seem to have been chocked full of suspense and drama as much or more than any other year. Several expected top teams will be watching from the comfort of their living rooms and yes there’s a big chunk of the general public who tires […]

PFC Garreaux returns to Fort Bliss



February 6, 2016 PFC Garreaux, Paul, returned from South Korea after a yearlong deployment from the Cheyenne River reservation to visit family and friends.   On February 20, 2016, the local Lakota Warrior Society escorted Paul and he removed his ribbon from the Veteran tree. A dinner and a giveaway were held in his honor. This was sponsored by his […]

Chasing Hawk qualifies for National Tournament



Tristan Chasing Hawk competed on behalf of Cornell University in the District 7 American Forensic Association National Individual Events Tournament March 4-6 at Northern Virginia Community College.   He placed second in Prose and third in Duo.  As a result, he has qualified to compete in the American Forensics Association National Tournament on April 1-4 at the University of Florida.  […]

Old Hollywood Prom 2016



On April 30, 2016, students will be heating up the dance floor at the “Old Style Hollywood Prom”. After the students dance the night away, the Post Prom Committee has lots of fun activities planned for the all night event. However, they can’t do this alone.  The 2016 Post Prom Committee needs to buy supplies, food, and great prizes. They […]

Kick Tobacco’s Butt Day at C-EB



Upper Elementary Good Apples for March 7-11



The third grade teachers have chosen their Good Apple for the week of  March 7 to March 11. Mrs. Anderson: Raquel Mesteth Mrs. Ducheneaux: Tomi Moran Mrs. LaPlante:  Tannah Stands For Mrs. Watt:  KaiLoni Johnson Mrs. Willison:  Dacon Bald Eagle

Students of the Month



The 5th and 6th grade  Teachers have chosen their Student of the Month for March, they are as follows: Top L to R: LeAunah LeBeau, Umpo Makes Room For Them, Jared Dorian, Mylie LeBeau, Tracy Veit Bottom L to R: Sheridyn Runs After, Hezekiah Veaux, Alexia Flying By, Leroya Blue Arm Webb

4-H youth & supporters invited to attend 4-H listening sessions throughout South Dakota



BROOKINGS, S.D. –  SDSU Extension invites 4-H youth and supporters to attend a 4-H Listening Sessions, hosted throughout South Dakota beginning April 4, 2016. “To quote the 4-H motto, we are hosting these sessions, “to make the best better,’” said Karla Trautman, SDSU Extension Associate Director. “These April Listening Sessions will allow us to review where we have been, where […]

Nearly 70 teens attend annual “Passion for Fashion”at the Cheyenne River Youth Project



On Saturday, March 12, 69 teenage girls on South Dakota’s remote, 2.8-million-acre Cheyenne River reservation converged on the Cheyenne River Youth Project for its much-loved, annual “Passion for Fashion” event. For 15 years, the CRYP has arranged this special day to to celebrate the strength, achievements and limitless potential of the reservation’s next generation of young women. “We created Passion […]

Dupree After School Program celebrates Ag Week



Last week was National Ag Week. During our Wednesday night After School Program, Mrs. Lynn Pesicka had the students make posters celebrating Ag Week. After which, they took the posters down to the Ziebach County NRCS and FSA Office to displayed. The students also worked with our new brick lab and made plants. The students have really enjoyed the Brick […]


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