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Jona Ohm, public relations specialist, and Robyn Knecht, residential coordinator, are among about 270 adults who work with 200 students at St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, S.D. The residential work varies depending on what the students’ needs are. ”It’s mostly the day-to-day life and managing those independent learning skills that, when you leave St. Joe’s you can handle all of that,” according to Knecht. Photo by Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media
Jona Ohm, public relations specialist, and Robyn Knecht, residential coordinator, are among about 270 adults who work with 200 students at St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, S.D. The residential work varies depending on what the students’ needs are. ”It’s mostly the day-to-day life and managing those independent learning skills that, when you leave St. Joe’s you can handle all of that,” according to Knecht. Photo by Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Jona Ohm, public relations specialist, and Robyn Knecht, residential coordinator, are among about 270 adults who work with 200 students at St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, S.D. The residential work varies depending on what the students’ needs are. ”It’s mostly the day-to-day life and managing those independent learning skills that, when you leave St. Joe’s you can handle all of that,” according to Knecht. Photo by Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Jona Ohm, public relations specialist, and Robyn Knecht, residential coordinator, are among about 270 adults who work with 200 students at St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, S.D. The residential work varies depending on what the students’ needs are. ”It’s mostly the day-to-day life and managing those independent learning skills that, when you leave St. Joe’s you can handle all of that,” according to Knecht. Photo by Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Jona Ohm, public relations specialist, and Robyn Knecht, residential coordinator, are among about 270 adults who work with 200 students at St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, S.D. The residential work varies depending on what the students’ needs are. ”It’s mostly the day-to-day life and managing those independent learning skills that, when you leave St. Joe’s you can handle all of that,” according to Knecht. Photo by Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

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