Todd County School District
The Todd County School District is within the exterior boundaries of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe’s reservation, home of the Sicangu Lakota. Todd County covers an area of approximately 1,400 square miles (27 by 52 miles) in south central South Dakota. The land is primarily prairie and was once the winter range of the American Bison – the buffalo. The landscape is arrayed with sand hills, canyons, and 20,000 acres of forest, and rich with wildlife: antelope, prairie dogs, deer, wild turkeys, coyote, grouse, and pheasants. Bald eagles and golden eagles are frequently sighted, as are elk and even the rare, black-footed ferret. The District service area includes a number of small residential communities – Mission and Rosebud are the largest – with a total population of about 10,000 people
The Todd County School District is a partner with families, communities, the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, and other educational groups.
We pledge to prepare our students for success academically, socially, culturally, and spiritually in an ever changing world.