Lodge Grass Public Schools
Located on the Crow Indian Reservation, headquartered in Crow Agency; the largest reservation in Montana encompassing approximately 2.2 million acres. The name Lodge Grass is a mistaken interpretation of the Crow Indian name for “Greasy Grass”. It is named after the creek which flows through the town where people would camp. The tall valley grass would be wet with dew and the lower portions of the horses would be wet as if they were covered in grease. The Crow word for lodge is Ah-Shay, while greasy is Tah-shay, accounting for the mistaken interpretation.