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Articles with the Tag: Indian Education Committee

Young scientists consider flight Young scientists consider flight

How do birds fly? Fourth-grade students at Pablo Elementary School wanted to find out the answer to that question proposed by a naturalist from the Montana Natural History Center on Thursday. “The center made it their mission to make sure kids in Montana had exposure to natural history,” said ...

Native American Chef teaches students how to cook Native American Chef teaches students how to cook

Sioux Chef Shawn Sherman visited the Mission Valley last week to teach students how to cook Native American style food the old way. “This is what my grandparents ate,” he said. Students from Ronan, St. Ignatius, Missoula, Bozeman and Kicking Horse Job Corps gathered in the kitchens at Ronan...

Students challenge reservation stereotypes Students challenge reservation stereotypes

ARLEE — People living on the reservation sometimes hear strange things about what life is like on land designated as tribal ground. Arlee High School students say they’ve heard it all. “I’ve heard people say they think we live in teepees and lack technology,” Zach Felsman, 18...

Native and Nutritious Native and Nutritious

RONAN – More than 100 Ronan elementary, middle and high school students learned about native foods and nutrition last week as culinary arts students hosted a food fair.  “I’ve been wanting to incorporate more ‘Indian Education for All’ standards into my lessons,” c...

People’s Center displays children’s art People’s Center displays children’s art

PABLO — Third grader Sami Dolberry remembered drawing two big circles and a small circle for the head of her horse, Moonstar, and then connecting the circles, adding legs, ears, a tail and other details. Sami drew Moonstar last year, and now Moonstar and other first and second graders’ art projec...

Indian elementary club starts Indian  elementary club   starts

ARLEE – For years, students had to wait until they were in high school before they could be members in the Arlee Indian Club. Wendy Swab – a parent of young children — thought it would be a good idea to branch off from the program and create a club to include K-8 students. The club is in th...

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