The third grade class from Cheyenne Eagle Butte made their annual field trip to Whitllock Bay to view the artificial salmon spawning process. It was a cold day, but the fish loved it! The guides shared that it was the most fish they’d had the entire season.
Meet newest reporter: Ethan Ward My name is Ethan Ward. I like to wrestle and run cross country. My parents are Christine Ward and Kyle Ward. When I grow up I want to go into the military and fix planes. Then for a job, I want to be a computer programmer, so I can be like my dad. I also […]
Quality students are the beginning of quality citizens. Each year schools across the nation are invited to select a Daughter’s of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizen. At Dupree School, all staff members are presented with a list of all the seniors at their school and are then each requested to select two seniors that each feels meet the following […]
Delaena Uses Knife helped instruct a Tiospaye Topa student on how to hold and maneuver the hoops.
Jackie Bird visits C-EB School Today our school had a special person visit our school — her name is Jackie Bird. She did dancing, hoop dance, round dance, singing, and showed the school her powwow regalia. The school children enjoyed her puppets and thought she said a lot of good things about culture. She is currently from Mandan Hidatsa. Her […]
Teachers learn about Positive Action By Hope N. Shorty Teachers read a book called, “Cardboard Confessionals” at a meeting for this year’s Positive Action. The meeting is about how this year’s Positive Action program that is taking full effect of the Upper Elementary. There is questions like “How is positive action helping your classroom?” and “How is positive action effecting […]