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The following article appeared September 9, 2003 in the

Wotanin Wowapi
Tribal Newspaper for the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Poplar, Montana

High-Tech Science Technology Center Open

    On August 27, 2003, the Poplar Schools had a grand opening of the High-Tech Science & Technology center located in (the) Poplar Middle School which was donated by Richard Newman. The afternoon was made available to the school and community, for all to come and see what was available. Many guests, teachers and students chose to take advantage of this time to see the materials donated to the school for our teachers and students use in their studies throughout the years.

    Some of the greatest attractions were the microscope with a bee's knee, the robotic dog and the plasma lightning display. Many of the students were interested in the collections of rocks, fossils, butterflies, and sharks teeth.

    The afternoon was brought to a close with the Red Buffalo Society performing traditional native American dance and the Badland Juniors of Brockton drumming and singing for the group. The Red Buffalo Society dancers included students ranging in grades from kindergarten through the 11th grade. Vermae Taylor, the elder mentor for the group, provided the narration for both groups. The coordinator for the dance troupe is elementary teacher Robyn Baker, who is assisted by Karolyn Nixon. Mr. Leland Spotted Bird is the mentor for the Badland Juniors.

     A special thanks goes out to all who attended and helped make this an enjoyable afternoon. 

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