Recently thirteen former St. Labre students returned to campus to take part in our Alumni Panel. The Alumni Panel provides our current high schoolers a look at life after graduation through the eyes of their friends who were in their shoes just a year or two ago. Current high school students were eager to hear [...]
Recently students and teachers from the St. Labre Museum Studies Class visited the Plains Indian Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming. The students spent time with museum staff examining objects and learning practical museum procedures. While at the Plains Indian Museum, these young women were able to create an [...]
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Motivational speaker and former Harlem Globetrotter, Nick Moore, visited St. Labre recently. Never give up, reach your goals, and be the best you can be was the focus of Mr. Moore's talk with the kids. He emphasized the need to stay away from drugs and alcohol in order to achieve big things in life. During [...]
School is back in full swing at St. Labre. Little ones are settling into their new daily routine and our older students are excited to get back to the task of learning. We pray that this school year will be a positive, happy experience for our boys and girls.
The St. Labre cafeteria staff are working hard to fill the bellies of nearly 750 students every day. Nutritious meals are fuel for the minds and growing bodies of our boys and girls so that they can learn and grow every day. Some of the Northern Cheyenne and Crow children may not have enough to [...]
St. Labre's Summer Meals Program serves breakfast and lunch throughout the hot summer months. At least 85% of the Native American children attending school at St. Labre live well below the poverty level, which means the food our cafeteria provides may be the only meals they have each day. Thanks to our generous donors, we [...]
Recently, the St. Labre Middle School drum group attended the Northern Cheyenne Language Symposium in Lame Deer, MT. These young men and their instructor were invited to sing the Northern Cheyenne Flag Song along with an honor song for the elders and students who are striving to keep the Northern Cheyenne Language and Culture thriving.
With the guidance of Mr. Joyce, Pretty Eagle and St. Charles science students built a roll-up bridge that will be available when flooding occurs in the surrounding areas on the reservation. This three year STEM project has been a wonderful learning experience for our boys and girls. Each student beamed with pride as they unveiled [...]
The St. Labre Class of 2019 recently celebrated the end of their high school career. Family and friends came from near and far to celebrate this momentous occasion with these deserving young men and women.