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St. Joseph’s Indian School – St. Joseph's Indian School
since 1927, st. joseph’s indian school has provided care and education for native american boys and girls. st. joseph’s indian school’s stated mission is to provide for the basic welfare of children (food, clothing and medical care) with special emphasis on the spiritual, emotional and educational development of each child, while respecting their culture and heritage.
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st. joseph’s indian school nurses attended a conference to learn about the latest advancement in pediatric care. pediatric medicine is ever-changing. to stay on top of the latest advances, st. joseph’s indian school nurses recently made a 370-mile trip to the mayo clinic, an organization famous for research and medical advancement.
contact us contact us by phone or mail: 1-800-341-2235 st. joseph's indian school p.o. box 326 chamberlain, sd 57326 print shipping labels livechat m-th:8-5 / friday: 8-3 (ct) prayer request general questions communication preferences employment opportunities planned giving mailing address: 1-800-584-9200 st. joseph's indian school p.o. box 100 chamberlain, sd 57325-0100 planned giving
Akta Lakota Museum and Cultural Center - Akta Lakota
about us. the akta lakota museum & cultural center, an educational outreach of st. joseph’s indian school, is committed to promoting the knowledge and understanding of the northern plains indian culture past, present and future, through the preservation of historical artifacts and contemporary works of art.