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Honor roll third semester 2017-18

Polson Middle School   Fifth Grade 4.0: Madison Amy, Ellie Benson, Ian Blea, Elizabeth Cunningham, Landon DesJarlais, Kira Hensley, Summer Newman, Landon Shoemake, Autumn Skillicorn, Haislea Sternick, Maxwell Violett, Haley Willer High Honor Roll: Chloe Anderson, Elanna Baehr, Marin Baker, Alyssa Bell, Zander Benson, Braeden Bryant, Logan Burke, Asher Burkhart, Bethany Butler, Sedrick Calahan, Kila Cannon, Andrew Cook, Isabella Dickson, Aubrey Gilmore, Chase Hansen, Macy Holmes, Olivia Jore, Eli Konen, Sophia Matt, Ted Mausshardt, Sasha McCoy, Kaya Michel, Indio Moll, Dixie Montgomery, Jaja Nichols, Sierra Perez, Zoey Raymond, Samantha Rensvold, Lucian Sawyer, Roman She...


Martinez awarded P.E.O. scholarship Martinez awarded P.E.O. scholarship

The P.E.O. Program for Continuing Education, established in 1973, is a need-based program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employm...


Honor roll for third quarter 2017-18 for St. Ignatius schools

Middle School Sixth Grade   4.0: Pxwpexwsshn Bell, Elannah Flat Lip, Ameah Hunt, Keyan Pretty On Top,  3.5-3.99: Sackett Andres, Paisley Couture, Heaven Diaz Morigeau, Madyson Esslinger, Izabel Evans, Madisyn Evelo, Lanie Lammers, Rowan McElderry, Jasmine McNutt, Keirston Molloy, Ba...


Montana high school students invited to participate in Congressional Art Competition

BOZEMAN — Congressman Greg Gianforte today invited high school students in Montana to participate in the 2018 Congressional Art Competition. “This year’s Congressional Art Competition provides Montana’s high school students an opportunity to showcase their artistic talents. The win...


Nonprofit organization seeks to increase female participation in technology careers Nonprofit organization seeks to increase female participation in technology careers

Women are often missing from the applicant pool for careers in technology and a new organization called ChickTech is working to change that. “Having more women in technology benefits the products we make, and diversity changes development teams and increases quality,” said Brigitta Lee, presid...


Mansfield Center seeks participants for basketball exchange in El Salvador

MISSOULA — The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at the University of Montana is accepting applications for 20 Montana professionals and students to serve as citizen ambassadors to El Salvador in a U.S. Department of State youth sports diplomacy program.  The program uses basketball to bridge c...


Non-profit organization seeking local host families

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs, in cooperation with your community high school is seeking host families for boys and girls between the ages of 15-18 from a variety of countries: Norway, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Japan, to name a few. ASSE students are enthusiastic and excited to experience Amer...


Polson teachers awarded scholarships Polson teachers awarded scholarships

News from Delta Kappa Gamma POLSON – Two Polson Middle School teachers recently received local and state scholarships as they pursue master’s degrees in education. Leslie Dalbey, seventh grade life science, and Carrie Lapierre, seventh and eighth grade math, belong to Delta Kappa Gamma, a se...


Honor roll for third quarter 2017-18 for Arlee, Charlo, Ronan

Third quarter, 2017-18   Charlo Schools Charlo High School Brooke Alder,  Jaden Coston,  Kaitlin Cox, William DeGrandpre,  Allison Delaney,  Brooklyn Foust,  Sakoya Gaustad,  Sierra Hutchin, Aislynn Love,  Taylor Olsen,  Sabin Perry,  Shyanne Re...


Students start school conversations about suicide Students start school conversations about suicide

A group of students at St. Ignatius High School have organized to start conversations about mental health and suicide in their school. Their organizing was a reaction to the many completed and attempted suicides that have happened in the county over the past year. Students have had enough direct and indir...


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