Students at Takini School were recently presented with new jackets, hats, scarves, and gloves from the Hawkwing organization. For years, the organization has worked to provide supplies and services to the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation. Upon seeing photos of the Takini students in their new gear, Hawkwing Founder Rochelle Ripley exclaimed, “We love Takini Students and their awesome teachers and […]
Ms. Charlene Four Bear’s fourth grade students at Tiospaye Topa School each received a Certificate of Appreciation for their artwork entered into the InterTribal Buffalo Council Art and Essay Contest. Pictured are CJ Arpan, Jocelyn Charger, Roger Gunhammer, Emily Ordonez, and AJ Red Fox.
Evolving into someone better: Creation and Evolution By Tovano Brown, E.A.G.L.E Center “Unity Circle” is a weekly gathering held at the E.A.G.L.E. Center that features discussion topics that promote student well-being. Tovano Brown, a freshman at the E.C., was moved to craft his own manifesto after a Unity Circle session about self-improvement and goal setting (1/10/2020). He generously shared his wisdom with […]
Second Quarter Honor Roll (A’s and B’s in All Classes): *Denotes all A’s 3rd Grade: *Icesis Big Eagle *Sadie Bowker *Elizabeth Butcher Julian Chips Neeyon Different Horse *Mahpiya Eagle Hunter Nataliyah Gomez *Kyra Lawrence *Sha’Teyah Talks 4th Grade: Chris Arpan Jocelyn Charger Kaylupe Watson 5th Grade: Steven Garnette Emme Hollow Horn Madison Jeffries Lieryn Jensen *Journey Lawrence Mylee Rousseau Laken […]
Robotics Club at the UE By Abrielle RedDog Mr. Heidlebaugh is showing Eli Miner and Miley Janis how to read a robot manual, and how to build a Lego robot that is controlled by a simple controller. He is letting them start on Sphero’s which is a robot that you control with a tablet, it can change color and go […]
PHOTO SUBMITTED Hats off to the students who earned tickets and treats to the movie for outstanding attendance. Parents should be commended as well! 7th Generation Cinema manager, Jordan Heide-man and her staff certainly did a fantastic job accommodating the needs of all 39 of their 3rd grade guests.
The Polar Express visited the 3rd Grade and those students who made a 5-point gain in reading and math on the NWEA Test were invited to board. Passengers were able to bring a blanket, a pillow, stuffed animal and wear pajamas. A stop at the depot allowed passengers to enjoy cookies and chocolate milk. It was an enjoyable trip!
Snowman Kabobs As a Christmas treat Mrs. Schuler’s fifth grade students made snowman kabobs. They used frosting to attach candy for eyes, holiday chips for buttons, pretzels for arms, fruit roll ups for the scarf, and caramels for the hats. Most snowmen didn’t need to worry about melting, because they were devoured immediately. A few survived and were taken home […]