Four Lakota tribal schools have emerged from the 2013-2014 school year showing real strength in teaching the language. Comparison of test scores between the September 2013 pre-testing and May 2014 post-testing proves that students at all grade levels are improving and advancing.
Most Improved — Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Early Elementary (Cheyenne River)
Best Overall — Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Early Elementary (Cheyenne River)
Junior High schools
Most Improved — Rock Creek Grant School (Standing Rock)
Best Overall — Red Shirt School (Hermosa, SD, Shannon County)
Most Improved — Red Cloud High School (Pine Ridge)
Best Overall — Red Cloud High School (Pine Ridge)
Kili! These schools will be recognized with awards at the upcoming Lakota-Dakota Language Summit October 10-12 in Rapid City, SD.