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St. Joseph’s Indian School Enjoys Unique Musical Residency

on Friday, 30 October 2020.

By: Danielle Kucera, St. Joseph’s Indian School

St. Joseph Indian School Visiting Artist

(Chamberlain, S.D.) – From October 19 to 23, St. Joseph’s Indian School welcomed visiting artist Donna Gunn to campus as part of the South Dakota Arts Council Artist in Residency Program. Gunn is a talented pianist, singer and music educator from Lincoln, Neb.

Red Sand event educates students about missing and murdered Indigenous women

on Tuesday, 20 October 2020.

By: Danielle Kucera, St. Joseph’s Indian School

American Indian Catholic Schools Network - St. Joseph Indian School - Red Sand Project

(Chamberlain, S.D.) – On October 14, St. Joseph’s Indian School and Native Hope staff led female students in grades 6-12th grade through an educational opportunity on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and the Red Sand Project. The event brought awareness and provided information on protective factors around sex trafficking. Sex trafficking is prevalent in South Dakota, and Native American women and children are disproportionately at risk.

St. Joseph’s Indian School Celebrates Native American Day

on Wednesday, 14 October 2020.

By. Danielle Kucera, Associate Director of Communications and Outreach - St. Joseph's Indian School

St. Joseph Indian School Celebrates Native American Day

(Chamberlain, S.D.) – On October 12, St. Joseph’s Indian School students celebrated Native American Day across campus. The day opened with a beautiful Four Directions prayer service video created by the Mission Integration team and students. The service is on the sjiskids.org web page on the spiritual and cultural resources page. Such moments of prayer are one way St. Joseph’s Indian School students learn their culture and spirituality, two pillars that support healthy well-being throughout life.

AICSN School Offers COVID-19 Support in Northeast Arizona

on Thursday, 14 May 2020.

Photo Credit: Nancy WiechecPhoto Credit: Nancy Wiechec

On May 11, the National Catholic Reporter put a spotlight on the Navajo Nation and how St. Michael Indian School, a member of the American Indian Catholic Schools Network, is offering support to the people of Northeast Arizona during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Read the story at ncronline.org

Support the mission of St. Michael Indian School via their school donation page

Federal Stimulus Package Could Provide Financial Assistance to Catholic Schools and (Arch)dioceses

Theo Helm on Tuesday, 31 March 2020.

The $2 trillion stimulus package signed into law on Friday includes a program that may allow eligible Catholic schools and (arch)dioceses to pay employee salaries and other expenses through forgivable loans of up to $10 million.

These loans could have far-reaching positive impacts for Catholic schools now facing serious financial hardships brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic.