Inserted in this week’s Chamberlain/Oacoma SUN is the Chamberlain/Oacoma Area Welcome Guide.
Crowds of people were out Friday night May 1st for another cruise around Chamberlain.
PIERRE, S.D. - Last Tuesday April 28, Governor Kristi Noem announced her plan to help South Dakotans get “Back to Normal” following the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Chamberlain, S.D.)–College students across the nation are facing several changes in the pursuit of their post-secondary dreams. St. Joseph’s Indian School alumni Danielle Arpan has seen the effects first-hand and is experiencing the extra stress that an unexpected online curriculum can bring. “The COVID-19 pandemic has not made things easy, but one of the many things that makes a good student is finding ways to adapt to challenges,” said Arpan. Regardless of the trials, she remains optimistic and finds ways to cope while keeping a forwardthinking mind. “My advice for staying motivated, pandemic or not, is manage your time in a way that works for you. There is no right way to study and succeed for all individuals – there is only what works best for you to help YOU succeed,” said Arpan.
Millions of American schoolchildren, including tens of thousands in South Dakota, are suffering a loss of learning and reduced exposure to instructional rigor now that schools across the country have closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.