News & Publications

Learning Is Fun

For the nearly 750 Native American students attending St. Labre, the classroom is the place where their journey to a better, brighter future begins.  Teachers and support staff work to instill a love of learning into each student and allow them to use their imagination and minds to achieve their very best.  

October 24th, 2018|News|

Playground Fun

After breakfast and lunch in the cafeteria, excited boys and girls meet their friends on the playground so they can get rid of their wiggles before heading into the classrooms.  Our K-4 and Middle School Academy students enjoy playing on the playground equipment, shooting hoops, and having time to be with friends.            [...]

October 24th, 2018|News|

Fuel For The Mind

Learning all day takes a lot of energy, which is why it is important for the boys and girls at St. Labre to have healthy, delicious food prepared for them by the cafeteria staff.  Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are made daily at St. Labre, so our students have the necessary fuel to learn every day.

October 17th, 2018|News|

School Supplies

St. Labre Youth & Family Services sponsored a school supply giveaway for all St. Labre, Pretty Eagle, and St. Charles students.  After a healthy lunch in the cafeteria, each student stood in line for their very own backpack overflowing with supplies they need to do their best in the classroom.  All of the boys and [...]

October 17th, 2018|News|

Winter Will Be A Little Easier

Thanks to donors like you, St. Labre was able to purchase a "new-to-us" road grader that replaces the inoperable one we have had in service since the 70's.  Replacing this vital piece of equipment will help us to keep the boys and girls at St. Labre safe in the winter and continue to support road [...]

August 16th, 2018|News|

Field Day Fun!

Our K-4 students celebrated the end of the 2018 school year with a fun-filled field day.  Although the skies were cloudy and gray, the face of each boy and girl carried a smile from ear-to-ear as they raced, played tug-of-war, threw the football around, and made special memories together.

June 7th, 2018|News|

Rock Garden

Recently our K-4 students at St. Labre worked together with their teachers to create a beautiful rock garden.  The kids had a great time painting river rocks and placing them in their rock garden that wraps around a tree just outside of the K-4 building.  As the years go by, the rock garden will grow [...]

June 7th, 2018|News|

St. Labre Ranch 2018

Spring has sprung at the St. Labre Ranch which, once again, means lots and lots of new calves.  Recently St. Labre students and staff helped to work the calves.  We had a beautiful 80-degree day full of sweat, laughs, smiles and possibly some sore muscles after getting through all 245 calves.  We had a great [...]

May 16th, 2018|News|

Building Rockets

Recently, our St. Labre middle schoolers welcomed some visitors from OPI and NASA.  Each student built a rocket with the help of the NASA experts.  Once the rockets were made the boys and girls headed outside and two at a time, the students launched their rockets after a countdown of 3...2...1...blastoff!  A few members of [...]

May 16th, 2018|News|

Montana State Music Festival

Recently several St. Labre students participated in the Montana State Music Festival.  Awards of Superior and Excellent were received by six of our talented students.  Congratulations to Sarah, Skyler, Briana, Casey, Maddie, and Lance for your hard work and dedication.  And a special thank you to our band director who does fantastic work with our [...]

May 10th, 2018|News|

You’re Invited

Graduations are just around the corner and we would like to invite you to join us in celebrating the success of our Northern Cheyenne and Crow students.                 [...]

Braves Ink Takes 3rd Place

Recently our student-run business, Braves Ink, received 3rd place honors at the Montana Teenpreneur Roundup in Bozeman, MT.  Braves Ink is run by students in grades 11 and 12, who custom design and print t-shirts. [...]

St. Labre Healthy Meals

Mr. Jones finally found his calling at St. Labre Indian School five years ago, when he returned with his wife to her ancestral homeland, the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. The circumstances of the journey were tragic. [...]