Signal Butte Slope State Normal School

Signal Butte Slope State Normal School

 Signal Butte 

“The Signal Butte” was an early publication of the Dickinson State Normal School. Published quarterly, it gave prospective students a chance to see what classes were available and at what cost. “The Signal Butte” also offered updates on the newly established normal school’s progress. Dickinson State Normal School held its first classes in 1918. That first summer session, which was attended by 104 students, was held at Dickinson High School because the fledgling normal school had no buildings.