To prepare students with the academic, spiritual, physical, cultural and social skills needed to be lifelong learners and productive world citizens in a technological world.
Members of C-EB's Class of 2016 pose for a picture with C-EB alumni Lindee Lawrence '08, Mary Mitchell '11, and Courtney Fischer '12 while on a post-secondary field trip to Black Hills State Univerisity.
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte High School is proud to announce that Jimmi J. Lawrence-Newbrough is a 2013 recipient of the Gates Millennium Scholarship. Each year the GMS Program selects 1,000 recipients, only 250 of which are American Indian students. This year's applicant pool was the largest ever with 54,000 submitted applications. The Gates Scholarship is a good through graduation scholarship that pays for their recipients unmet financial need.
Jimmi will attend Presentation College in Aberdeen, SD in the fall of 2013 to pursue a degree in Radiologic Technology. She is the daughter of Rose & Donel Newbrough and the granddaughter of Yvonne Garreau and Debbie & Ross Lawrence.
Cheyenne River PRIDE Team's On Call Counselor
For Suicide Prevention and Emotional Crisis
The Cheyenne River PRIDE Team's goal is to help people who don't know where to turn for help and to serve our people in crisis by overcoming the barriers to help due to fear, isolation, abuse, physical disability, health, location, problem type or timing of the crisis.
The Cheyenne River Pride Team's sole mission is to help people in crisis. Our team operates a confidential and anonymous hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Dedicated and trained telephone counselors answer each call. "The caller can remainanonymous," as one person helps another in a moment of need.
As we grow, the Cheyenne River Pride Team will continue to fulfill our mission by providing new programs and services that meet the needs of our callers.