If the folks at PETA didn't like the name of Spearfish High School, the curriculum at Enemy Swim Day School should send them up a wall. The Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate weekly Sota Iya Ye Yapi reports that the Enemy Swim pre-schoolers recently learned how to process a deer. The pix show the little ones getting up close and personal with Bambi, holding her legs while the older fellas slice her open, and even getting to sample some of the fresh venison.
Show of hands, parents: how many of your kids learned anything that useful—or tasty—in school today?
And I wonder: would processing deer count as part of the "Project-Based Learning" the Sioux Falls School District is spending millions of dollars to implement?
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