BIA school breaks ground on $10M expansion
The Bureau of Indian Affairs broke ground on a $10 million expansion of the St. Stephen's Indian School in Wyoming.

The new building will house grades 9-12 at the 124-year-old school on the Wind River Reservation. It is being built to Leadership in Energy Efficient Design (LEED) standards.

St. Stephen's is the oldest continually operated school in Wyoming and is the only BIA school in the state. The BIA is fully funding the project.

The reservation is home to the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe.

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Indian School breaks ground (The Billings Gazette 11/11)
St. Stephen’s breaking ground on new school (The Riverton Ranger 11/9)