St. Katherine's Administration building is located on the campus of Marty Indian School. It is a vacant two story brick structure with a basement. The basement, 1st and 2nd floors are approximately 3,600 square feet. The building was constructed in 1926. The building was closed for use in 1999. The upper level of the building is unsecure and a 2006 roof inspection indicated the orof was in poor and deteriorating condition. The building has confirmed asbestsos containing materials and lead based paint. Based on a visual inspection, light fixtures and thermostats were identified that may have PCBs and mercury. The presence of mold and pigeon nests/guano was noted as well. More information is in the Phase I and II ESA.
Former Use: St. Katharine's Building is located on the Marty Indian School Campus. Marty is a small rural community on the Yankton Sioux Reservation. St. Pauls Mission was established on the property in 1911. A resident priest was assigned to the mission in 1921. Sometime after that, this building was constructed as part of the mission in the 1920s. The Yankton Sioux Tribe took over ownership and operation of Marty Indian School in 1975. The building was used as an adminstration building and had class rooms.