Educational accountability in its simplest definition means holding the educational system responsible for providing a good education to all students. With this in mind, E.A.G.L.E. Center teachers are writing syllabi for their classes. Each syllabus conducts an inventory of online educational programs to determine alignment with state standards, rigor, and accountability to our students and parents. Programs used for instruction include Acellus […]
The annual night of special recognition for Ziebach County 4H members returned this year, after not being held last November. During the event, held on November 19th, the 4H members and leaders enjoyed a supper, awards, a presentation about 4H Performing Arts Camp by Zoey DeLaRosa, and a photo collection by Patty Peacock that presented pictures from the 2020 and 2021 Ziebach […]
Perfect Attendance: PreK: Kamryn Clown, Tommie Dosch, Lane Iron Hawk, Phyllis LaPointe, Waylon Maher, Skye Cloud Eagle, Sariah Collins, Flinn Deal, Molly Dupris, Thad Feist, Paizley Holmes, Kross McLellan, Westyn Pesicka Kindergarten: BreLynn Blair, Anthony Dosch, Hannah Hale, Jacalyn Marshall 1st Grade: Ivan Borges Jimenez, Kinleigh Brooks, Cedar Eaton, Lacie Ler, Dekker Sampson, Easton Stambach 2nd Grade: Archie Blue Coat, […]
The Dupree School celebrated Native Pride Week with a presentation by author Jessie Taken Alive-Rencountre and her husband Whitney. Taken-Alive Rencountre read her book “Thunder’s Hair” aloud. The pages were projected on a large screen so the student body and staff could read along and enjoy the beautiful illustrations. After the reading, Whitney talked about the importance of being a good family […]
PHOTO COURTESY OF CYNTHIA CHARGER These students won a bike from Missouri Breaks Industry, Inc. in a random drawing of students writing healthy lifestyle messages as part of the Red Ribbon week celebration. Students created messages in classes with school counselors. (L to R): Lucy Hunter, Cynthia Charger, Aaron Runs After Jr., Jaylynn Stocklin, Jozaiah Veaux, and JoEllen Berndt.
To kick off Native American Heritage Month, Mrs. Medina Matonis introduced Jackie Bird on November 1st. The Dupree students and staff warmly welcomed the entertainer. Bird is known for singing, dancing, and entertaining children and adults alike with her Lakota music and activities. While in Dupree Bird sang songs in Lakota, led the students in a variety of games, did […]
While many people tell students to “get an education so that you can get a better job,” there is a lot more to the plan than that. After the high school education is complete, many career paths are quite specific as to the training needed get those desired jobs and that training can be expensive. Knowing all that you can […]
Members of the Eagle Butte School Board earned an award for their dedication to enhancing their knowledge of school board work during the 2020-21 school year. The Eagle Butte School Board earned a Gold Level award for their participation in the Associated School Boards of South Dakota’s board recognition program: ALL, which stands for Act, Learn, Lead, and honors the […]