Two Tribes, One Vision - The West Side Leader
The West Side Leader summarizes the special relationship between the Northern Cheyenne Tribe and The Lippman School in this feature article. Please copy and paste the link in "read more" to view the article.
Student Reenrollment Due 1/31
Portage Path Dedication
The oldest landmark in Summit County gets its own modern mobile app this month as students from The Lippman School, Portage Path CLC and the Northern Cheyenne Nation dedicate a new way to navigate Akron's Portage Path.
Students Visit the Northern Cheyenne Nation
7th & 8th grade students traveled to the Northern Cheyenne reservation in Montana last week (May 26-May 29), participating in activities that helped them gain new insights into American history and Native American culture.
7th & 8th Grade Montana Trip Begins
Our 7th and 8th graders are visiting the Northern Cheyenne reservation and Yellowstone National Park.
New Cultural Immersion Camp
The Lippman School Cultural Immersion Camp will provide a unique opportunity for up to 23 International students from China, and 23 American students, ages 10-12, to explore academic themes related to American history, culture, arts, and the environment.
Cyber Safety @ Home & School
March Madness Matching Campaign Results
Donor contributions, in addition to our matching grant of $5,000, raised $14,925 to support our school!
Barnes & Noble In-store & Online Bookfair Fundraiser
Our Barnes & Noble Bookfair on Sunday, April 3 was a great success!You can still help support our school by shopping online at www.barnesandnoble.com/ with this special code #11833969.
Native American Culture Spotlighted During Northern Cheyenne Visit
The Lippman School's ongoing cultural exchange program with the Northern Cheyenne Nation in Montana continued last week with an evening of Native American Arts featuring well known Onondaga tribe member and sculptor, Peter Jones, sculpture workshops with
Crowdfunding Project Raises Funds For Northern Cheyenne Program
Our recent crowdfunding effort raise $6,015 for the our Northern Cheyenne Cultural Exchange Program.