Students came in costumes from the 70's.
Lakota (Sioux) students and their
guests model 70s costumes that
matched the banquet’s disco theme.

Native American students at St. Joseph's Indian School who earned a spot on the A or B honor roll for the fall semester were recognized at our annual academic banquet.

For the event, students invited a mentor, favorite teacher, counselor or houseparent to join them in the festivities. The theme varies with each celebration, and January's theme was a disco party!  

In addition to the party, each Lakota student received a certificate to commemorate his/her achievement. They also recieved feather with their names sketched on the quill.

  • In first through eighth grades, three students earned A honor roll recognition.
  • 28 students received B honor roll recognition.
  • Nine high school students also attended the banquet for earning honor roll marks at Chamberlain High School.
The Lakota (Sioux) children did a great job!
Fr. Steven Huffstetter, Director
of St. Joseph’s Indian School
presents a feather with Avery’s
name sketched onto the quill.

Read what Fr. Steve said about this fun themed night with the youth at St. Joseph's Indian School.

Pilamayathank you – for helping provide American Indian children in need with a solid education!

 

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