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School employees honored for service School employees honored for service

POLSON – Four Polson School District employees were recognized for their outstanding and long-term service during the regular school board meeting on Wednesday, May 16. Superintendent Rex Weltz acknowledged Bev Bailey for her 27 years, Debbie Jones for her 24 years and Malika Cunningham for her 20-plus years of service to the students and district in the food and nutrition department. Also recognized were Marvin Todd, who is soon retiring from his post of 20-plus years as the driver education instructor and middle school principal Jesse Yarbrough for his recently added position as Vice President of the Regional Montana Association of Elementary/Middle Schools.  Newly ele...


University of Montana, Missoula announces spring 2018 degree candidates

ARLEE:  — Jeffrey Buck, Master of Education: Education Leadership —  Sean Christensen, Bachelor of Arts: Economics, MAGNA CUM LAUDE — Tabitha Espinoza, Master of Science: Environmental Studies — Mariah Hamel, BS in Health/Human Performance: Health & Human P...


Myhre graduates from Montana Tech

BUTTE – On Saturday, May 5, Grant Myhre from Ronan graduated from Montana Tech in Butte with highest honors with a degree in Environmental Engineering.


Polson band students fare well at state festival Polson band students fare well at state festival

Polson High School Bands participated in the MHSA State Music Festival at Helena High School on May 4-5, 2018. Results are as follows:   Polson High School Band State Music Festival 2018 Results   Superior Band Ensembles: – PHS Saxophone Quintet (Aubrey Frissell, Matt Hobbs, Ga...


Flathead Lake Biological Station hosts Salish Kootenai College STEM Academy students Flathead Lake Biological Station hosts Salish Kootenai College STEM Academy students

Students from the Salish Kootenai College STEM Academy looked in awe at the beating heart of the water flea. Holly Church, the education coordinator at the University of Montana’s Flathead Lake Biological Station, had magnified the tiny aquatic creature 100 times using a digital microscope. Earlier ...


National Youth Entrepreneurs program expands to Montana

News from Youth Entrepreneurs HELENA – Youth Entrepreneurs (YE), a nationwide organization dedicated to teaching entrepreneurship skills to high school students, will launch in Montana in time for the next school year. The program is completely funded by private donors, including a gift from Wh...


Local students win Serve Montana scholarships

News from the Governor’s Office of Community Service The Governor’s Office of Community Service, Montana Campus Compact, and Reach Higher Montana announced last week that 100 high school seniors from 52 communities across Montana were awarded $1,000 Youth Serve Montana Scholarships. These sc...


Ronan High School third quarter honor roll 2017-18

Seniors  4.0: Seth Bettwieser, Dan Cheff III, Bailee Delaurenti, Jacob Dresen, Kianna Finley, Bryant Hales, Kelea Ilac, Doug Matt, Micalann McCrea, Samuel Mocabee, Marissa Mock, Brooklyn Olson, Hunter Peterson, Jarrett Richey, Jonathan Stone, Coleman Taylor, Jaryn Tenas, Gabriella Wirz 3.50-3...


Students learn about career options Students learn about career options

POLSON – The present met the future as entrepreneurs and professionals recently had a chance share their careers with Polson High School students during the first annual Career Connection Day on Monday, April 23. On hand were professionals from in and around the Mission Valley representing more than...


Polson, St. Ignatius receive grants

News from the Montana Office of Public Instruction HELENA— The Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education and the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation announced that 15 communities have been selected for iGraduate Montana Challenge Fund grants. Grants of up to $10,000 were awarded to schoo...


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