It's like pulling teeth.
Kayla Gahagan announces that Lakota language instruction is coming to Rapid City Central High School after a hundred years of toothache:
Board member Suzan Nolan said the Lakota language is an essential part of helping keep Native students in school. “One of the things people say is that they are losing their culture and their language, and if we want to be sensitive to keeping kids in school, if we say we offer Lakota, we need to offer a certified instructor,” she said. Nolan recently attended a Native American education conference and said she met several teachers who would be willing to teach Lakota.
No shit, Rapid City.