Tell your friends:
Every summer, St. Joseph’s Indian School hosts a summer day camp as a part of our outreach programs for Lakota (Sioux) youth on the Lower Brule and Crow Creek Indian Reservations. The camp takes place on St. Joseph’s campus the first four weeks following Memorial Day.
This year’s camp begins on May 30. We are very excited to welcome children from local Native American reservations to our campus for days packed full of activities!
The children are picked up each morning by St. Joseph’s bus and brought back to campus for a day of fun and excitement. They spend the day with St. Joseph’s staff doing things like:
Each day, students have lunch on campus and free time on the playground. After a snack and some time to reflect on the day, students are bussed back home.
In 2016, St. Joseph’s Indian School’s Rising Eagle Day Camp:
Wopila tanka — many thanks — for helping St. Joseph’s reach out and provide hope to Lakota (Sioux) children all year long!