The Lippman School Hosts Northern Cheyenne Nation
Wolfchief-Gourneau, the former vice president of the Northern Cheyenne Nation, along with two other tribal leaders, visited Lippman to share their culture and set the stage for a May field trip that 10 Lippman middle school students will take to their res
Visiting students trade views on preserving cultural traditions
Nine students and six teachers from The Lippman School visited the Northern Cheyenne Tribal School, learning about tribal history, culture and spiritual traditions, including participating in a sweat lodge ceremony.
Students from Akron School see similarities with Northern Cheyenne after trip to
Seventh- and eighth-graders take part in a tradition of their hosts on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, to create a long-term cross-cultural exchange between the Lippman students and students on the reservation.
Sam Chestnut with a group of seventh- and eighth-graders visited the battlefields at Little Bighorn and Rosebud alongside children from the Northern Cheyenne Tribal School.