Plenty Coups High School
Four years after several of the state’s lowest performing schools agreed to take part in Schools of Promise — a state-driven initiative funded by a $11.4 million federal grant — the schools have seen some progress.
Pryor Public Schools Superintendent Dan McGee talks about the Pryor school’s involvement in the state initiative Schools of Promise.
Plenty Coups Teacher Shannen Clark talks about the Schools of Promise program.
Watch zombie movie trailers created by the students of Frazer High School, Lame Deer High School, and Plenty Coups High School.
Plenty Coups High School students learn to produce a TV show
PRYOR — Tyrell Little Light doesn’t remember a life without the images of suicide haunting his young mind.
Sam Bruner, Plenty Coups High School principal, discusses the "transformation" that the school is experiencing.
Plenty Coups High School senior Dante Stands Over Bull discusses his thwarted suicide attempt.
A group of Plenty Coups High School students participate in a Sources of Strength event at the high school. The event is geared toward preventing youth suicide.
Mark LoMurray, the founder and executive director of Sources of Strength, shows off work by a group of students at Plenty Coups High School.
Plenty Coups High School student Tyrell Little Light discusses how suicide has impacted his life since he was a young boy.
Plenty Coups High School students and staff participate in a Sources of Strength event. The event is geared toward preventing youth suicide.
Plenty Coups High School sophomore Victoria Bellrock decorates a sheet of paper during the Sources of Strength suicide-prevention training workshop.
Students at Plenty Coups High School talk about sources of strength during a suicide-prevention training workshop at the school. The three-day training involved students, parents and staff.
In response to recent suicides, former NFL player and Crow tribal member Tuff Harris talks to students at Plenty Coups High School about achieving their full potential.
PRYOR — The word “suicide” wasn't mentioned during a student rally Thursday at Plenty Coups High School.
Edward Wiest, a math teacher and part of the School Improvement Grant team at Plenty Coups High School in Pryor, was honored at a White House luncheon on Tuesday.
Fannie Ward speaks during the Strong Spirits Empowerment Wellness Walk ceremony at Plenty Coups High School on Wednesday.
Students react to speakers during the Strong Spirits Empowerment Wellness Walk ceremony at the Plenty Coups High School on Wednesday morning.
Debbie Russell, left, director of the Indian Health Service Domestic Violence Task Force, presents a blanket to Quindy Whiteman, member of the task force whose late mother, Carol, was honored during the Strong Spirits Empowerment Wellness Walk ceremony at the Plenty Coups High School on Wedn…