Publications

Message from Curtis 7/21/16

Dear Friend, The title of Dave Charpentier’s article about Hunter Old Elk, “What She Left Behind”, which you will find on Page 6 of this issue, got me to thinking about what each of our students leave behind when they graduate from St. Labre. The memories, the friends, the fun times, the challenging times, the teachers [...]

July 21st, 2016|Publications|

2016 Valedictorian an all-around Renaissance Man

Tommy appears to be a quiet, unassuming young man until you get him talking about all the things he is interested in and, obviously, in which he has a knack to succeed. St. Labre has been his school since kindergarten and he is quick to attribute much of his success to the school. “I have [...]

July 21st, 2016|Publications|

Your gifts make success possible at St. Labre

Karl Zinsmeister, Vice President for Publications at the Philanthropy Roundtable, says, “Private philanthropy is crucial in making America the unusual country that it is.” This can mean many things, but specifically it means that nearly every other country in the world depends very little on charitable gifts from its citizens. No, taxes pay the bills. [...]

July 21st, 2016|Publications|

What She Left Behind

By Dave Charpentier, Mentoring Program Coordinator Usually, it’s what St. Labre students take away from college that thrills me. But in Hunter Old Elk’s case, it’s what she left behind that had me beaming with pride. “I really can’t say enough about her,” Dr. Gregory Murry excitedly told me as we visited at the reception [...]

July 21st, 2016|Publications|

2016 St. Labre Alumni College Graduates

1. Derell Harjo (2013) Certificate, Heavy Equipment, Salish Kootenai College. 2. Jolene Spotted Bear (2010) Associate of Science, Little Big Horn College 3. Michelle Hopkins (2008) Associate of Arts, Chief Dull Knife College 4. George Nightwalker (2005) Associate of Arts, Chief Dull Knife College. 5. Miranda SeestheGround (2014) Associate of Arts, Chief Dull Knife College. [...]

July 21st, 2016|Publications|

Save the Date!

Saturday, October 15, marks the 125 Year Celebration at St. Charles Mission School and Parish in Pryor, Montana.  Tours of the school, Mass and a feast are all on tap plus the opportunity to meet old friends and make some new ones.  Call 1-866-753-5496 for more information.

July 21st, 2016|Publications|

Spotlight on Seniors: Brett

Brett’s heartfelt poem expresses his desire and his need to have the Lord with him as he enters the next phase of his life. This is not only apparent in the words he writes, but in the fact that he purposely chooses not to use capital "I" when referring to himself. Even at this young [...]

July 21st, 2016|Publications|

Patrick, 2016 Salutatorian

The 2016 St. Labre salutatorian, Patrick, is an old-timer at St. Labre, having gone to school here since his pre-school days. In addition, both his grandparents have worked at St. Labre for many years so it’s no wonder that Patrick says, “It feels like home.” Among his favorite teachers is Mr. Cameron, who “brings history [...]

July 21st, 2016|Publications|

Lodge Grass Pre-School Hits the Ground Running

“It’s a matter of applying yourself.”  These were the words of Tylis Bad Bear when asked  how he intended to take 13 three and four year olds who had never been in school and get them ready for Kindergarten at Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy either next fall or in the fall of 2017.  [...]

April 16th, 2016|Publications|

St. Charles Mission School and Parish Celebrate 125 Years

The St. Charles Mission School campus of St. Labre located in Pryor, Montana on the western edge of the Crow Indian Reservation will celebrate 125 years of service to the community and surrounding area on October 15, 2016. According to Bambi Van Dyke, Principal, the day will be filled with feasting, festivities and a Mass [...]

April 16th, 2016|Publications|