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St. Joseph's Indian School knows without language, a culture dies.
Preserving and promoting awareness of the Lakota (Sioux) language is makes a difference for all Native American children but is an especially important step in helping Lakota children like the youngsters at St. Joseph's Indian School.
Lakota youth at St. Joseph's Indian School learn their Native language and traditions. Sharing these lessons and our cultural resources around the globe helps preserve the Lakota (Sioux) culture and give Native American youth hope for a bright future.
Purchase your own Lakota (Sioux) reference materials from our Akta Lakota Museum, and start learning the Lakota (Sioux) language today.
Lakota (Sioux) Phrase of the Week
September 15 — 21
For roll call in classrooms:
Wahi (k’sto/yelo) = I am here.
(Wah hee (kshtow/yealow)
“I’m a donor to St. Joseph’s Indian School. I want to express my personal appreciation that this forgotten culture of people are regenerating their actual spoken language. Like the Cheyenne and Crow in Montana, they are conducting an educational strategy in reconnecting with their spoken language. It’s great to see this all happening.” ~ D. Standing Crow via Facebook
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