Briefs for May 23, 2018
Advanced studies students invite public to presentations, displays
News from Polson Schools
POLSON — The students in Polson’s Gifted Program’s Advanced Studies classes (grades 6, 7/8, and 9-12) invite you to an evening of displays and presentations. You may come any time between 5-6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 30. This event will take place in the library at Polson High School. If you have any questions, please contact Tamara Fisher at: email@example.com or 406-883-6335 ext. 328.
The students developed their own mini, semester-long, year-long, or multi-year projects or courses of study and would like to share with you all that they have learned about the following topics: drone videography, criminal justice/law, light painting, astrophysics, Spanish language, depression and awareness, cardistry, guitar, business and finance, script writing, design and construction, origami, ancient weaponry, mushing/dogsledding, writing and publishing … and many more.
Campground host needed
News from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
KALISPELL — Would you like to live and work on the shores of Flathead Lake this summer?
Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announced that Flathead Lake State Park, West Shore Unit, is unexpectedly in need of another volunteer campground host for May-Sept. at Flathead Lake State Park, West Shore Unit, 17768 Hwy. 93, Lakeside, MT (http://stateparks.mt.gov/west-shore/).
Volunteer campground hosts live on site. They are provided water, sewer, and electric service in exchange for the assistance they provide at the park. Job requirements include working as part of a team, implementing the reservation program, some campground maintenance, and public relations. A more detailed job description may be obtained by contacting the park manager.
For more information, call the Lone Pine State Park Visitor Center at 406-755-2706 ext. 3.