SGU Closure - Mon-Wed, Oct 26-28th
As per approval by the SGU President, Sinte Gleska University will be closed on Monday-Wednesday, October 26-28th in response to the COVID measure announced by the RST Chairman’s office.
·During this period, OL classes will continue to be offered on the regularly scheduled days and times with faculty providing instruction from their homes. In the event faculty cannot access internet from their home, arrangements can be made for campus access through SGU Campus Safety director Leo McCauley.
·The only essential staff will be campus security and those making arrangements through the Campus Safety office. Please refer to instructions from the SGU Payroll office about submitting timesheets. (Chronic procrastination will be no excuse.)
·All SGU Buildings will be locked down during this period.
·Administrative leave will be approved for employees.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this next RST shutdown period. Stay home and be safe.
As per approval by the SGU President, Sinte Gleska University will be closed on Monday-Wednesday, October 19-21st in response to the proposed COVID measure by the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.
· Faculty will be advised by the SGU Academic Vice President that they can continue OL instruction from their homes during this period.
· The only essential staff will be campus security to protect University assets.
· All SGU buildings will be locked down during this period.
· Administrative leave will be approved for employees.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during these challenging times. Stay home and be safe.
To: Participating Members of the Tribal Workers Compensation Corporation
Re: 2021 Academic Scholarships
Date: October 14, 2020
The Tribal Workers Charitable Foundation (TWCF) will be awarding 10 academic scholarships for 2021 school year.
The criteria for these scholarships are set forth in the attached Application, which we request you make available to your student population as soon as possible. The deadline for submitting the requested information is November 30, 2020
Kelly Insurance Agency, LLC
Indian Country has lost a great leader in the passing of Dave Gipp. We owe him a huge debt of gratitude for his involvement and leadership in speaking, writing, and in our putting together the extraordinary tribal college and university movement. The TCU movement is redefining and restructuring not only education, but Indian Country in general. It is changing the course of the future for our betterment.
The spirit world has gained and will welcome a tremendous spirit who we know will continue to provide us with memory, direction, strength, courage and continued fun in strengthening who we are.
Love you brother. Will miss you and thanks for the decades of friendship and the many happy times we knew and shared. Doksa ake. Aho. Waste yelo kola.
We wish his family strength and comfort in their loss and offer our prayers for healing.
Lionel R. Bordeaux
No positive case on SGU campus:
There is a false rumor that SGU had an individual who tested positive on campus. The college is taking every precaution to keep our students and staff safe, with repeated cleaning of rooms for this one week of face-to-face instruction, with proper distancing, with screening and with mandatory masks.
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