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Children share work

From the Missoula Writing Collaborative  Children in schools on the Flathead Indian Reservation are working with professional writers to create poems during a weekly workshop developed by the Missoula Writing Collaborative. This is a poem by Sadler, a fifth grader from Ronan, who was working with poet Caroline Keys.    NFR By Sadler it is here, it is now this is it eight seconds best of the best this is it professionals best of the best broncs professionals competition broncs I qualified at NFR dust, dirt, blood broncs are tough this is it, NFR it’s now it’s time I see the horse he is mine ...


MSU develops unique set of resources for Montana parents MSU develops unique set of resources for Montana parents

 from MSU News Service MONTANA  — When Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services staff members wanted to advance their efforts to curb underage drinking, they knew that parents are the No. 1 influence on whether youth engage in risky behaviors. And they knew they wanted to b...


Local student named to Maine Maritime Academy dean’s list

 CASTINE, MAINE – Maine Maritime Academy recently named 399 students to the Dean’s List for outstanding academic achievement in the first semester of the 2018-2019 academic year. Students named to the Dean’s List earn a grade point average of 3.3 or above on a 4.0 scale.  Conno...


Children share work

From the Missoula Writing Collaborative   Children in schools on the Flathead Indian Reservation are working with professional writers to create poems during a weekly workshop developed by the Missoula Writing Collaborative. This is a poem by an Arlee fourth-grade student. Collar Bone  ...


Library gives fourth graders a Valentine’s Day surprise Library gives fourth graders a Valentine’s Day surprise

PABLO – Cookies and heart-shaped candies are the predictable gifts elementary students receive on Valentine’s Day. The fourth-grade classes of both Mrs. Buck and Ms. Fisher at Pablo Elementary School received something more than the normal Valentine’s Day fanfare on Thursday.  &n...


Ronan High School second quarter honor roll 2018-2019

4.0 Seniors: Rakeena Caye, Emilie Corley, Corbin Davis, Michelle Davis, Kara Holmlund, Tyler Joachim, Maggie Lund, Hannah Moss, Corina Normandeau, Nicolas  Peterson, Sacorra Reum, Austin Taylor, Tiana Ulutoa, Aurrora Watkins Juniors: Rakeena Caye, Emilie Corley, Corbin Davis, Michelle Davis,...


Local children share work

From the Missoula Writing Collaborative  Children in schools on the Flathead Indian Reservation are working with professional writers to create poems during weekly workshops developed by the Missoula Writing Collaborative. Caroline Keys worked with Ronan fifth graders and the Arlee fourth and fifth...


Polson High School honor roll second quarter 2018-19

4.0 Freshman: Gabriella Anderson, Jazlyn Dalbey, Kallie Finkbeiner, Xavier Fisher, Taleah Hernandez, Sophia Moderie, Philip Reed, River Schmidt-Eder, Helena Van MeeterenSophomores: Dakota Anderson, Spencer Henning, Grace Hobbs, Ara Mercer, Joshua Peck, Michael Smith, Kyra Spencer, Maggie Todd Juni...


Polson Middle School second quarter honor roll 2018-19

Fifth Grade   Fifth Grade  4.0: Janelle Baehr, Starleena Bigleggins, Jeffrey Bird, Iliahi Borreta, Brayden Clark, Ruger Ellis, Holden Emerson, Arianna Fisher, Parker Hendrickson, Josie Henriksen, Brody Kline, Sofia Leighton Pah-len, Baylee Lemm, Cruz Lies, Teague McElwee, Kellyn Nelson, ...


Fourth graders step up to fight hunger Fourth graders step up to fight hunger

RONAN – A group of fourth-grade students at K. William Harvey Elementary gathered a hefty 326 pounds of food to help people in need as part of their leadership project. “You should have seen the teacher’s room where we stored the food,” said student Loren Olson, 9. “It was fi...


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