Once classes are done for the summer, many of St. Joseph’s Lakota (Sioux) youth and children in need go home to be with their families.
St. Joseph’s Summer Program offers lots of summer fun to Lakota children who need a safe, structured environment for longer than the normal school year.
After classes in the morning to keep reading and math skills sharp, students do all the things kids should be doing in the summer – swimming, riding bikes and playing games.
Junior High Program
Each morning, incoming freshmen visit Chamberlain High School and spend the morning doing light class work with some of the teachers they will have this fall.
This introductory period helps the students build a relationship with their new teachers, paving the way for a smoother, easier transition when the school year begins in August.
High School Program