IN THE NEWS


We're happy that you're interested in learning more about our program! The links below contain stories that highlight the achievements of our staff, our teachers, and our students.

2017

Community Gathers for the Annual Lakota Language Camp

Lakota Language Revitalization Efforts at RCIS

Partnering to Save the Language KOTA TV

Lakota Language Immersion Classroom FSRN

Making Lakota Immersion Education a Reality

Copyrighted and in the Classroom

2016

40th Annual LNI Student Awards

Phase II of the Lakota Language Project

Third Annual Lakota Language Summer Camp Continues to Grow and Inspire

RCIS Community Outreach: Lakȟól'iyapi Kičhímani

2015

RCIS Students Find Learning, Spirit on Stronghold Table Keloland

SD Senator & Representative Visit RCIS, Take Part in Lakota Language Class

RCIS 2nd Annual Lakota Language Camp Blog

RCIS 2nd Annual Lakota Language Camp

RCIS Field Trip Highlighted on SDPB

More Than Language: Lakota Teaches Students Culture, History Rapid City Journal

RCIS Lakota Language Teacher Nominated for Life Changer Award

2014

SDPB Highlights RCIS Lakota Language Program

RCIS Students Take Part in Ceremonial Buffalo Kill

RCIS Presents Innovative Lakota Curriculum at NIEA Conference

RCIS Language Curriculum Inspires Students

RCIS Language Curriculum Inspires Students, Spreads Lakota Keloland

RCIS Lakota Language Camp Inspires Students & Community to Use Endangered Language

RCIS Student Discovers a Love for Teaching

RCIS Students Use Video to Practice Language

2013

RCIS Students Win LNI Language Bowl

Saving the Language of the Lakota Rapid City Journal

RCIS: Boarding School Past, Lakota Future Indian Country Today

Teaching Lakota to the Lakota Al Jazeera America

Lakota Language and Culture Education Week

School Fights to Save Lakota Language Rapid City Journal

RCIS Students Show Skill at Local Lakota Language Contest

RCIS Presents Lakota Language Curriculum at NIEA Conference

RCIS Rolls Out Nation's First Comprehensive K-12 Lakota Language Curriculum

Hundreds Turn Out for RCIS's 125th Anniversary Celebration

RCIS Students Prepare for Lakota Language Bowl

Moving Lakota Language into the Digital Age

RCIS Volunteers Prepped for Using Lakota Language


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