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Articles with the Tag: Arlee schools

Honor roll for fourth semester 2017-18

Polson High School 4.0: Freshmen: Dakota Andersen, Nina Barfoot, Grace Hobbs, Ali Hupka, Ara Merger, Xavier Pierre, Mason Sloan, Kyra Spencer, Maggie Todd Sophomores: Violet Anderson, Bo Kelley, Trey Kelley, Summer Kovarik, Mesa McKee, Gabriel Mergenthaler, Josie Salois, Gwen Seeley, Davis S...

Arlee teacher earns national recognition

News from the National Driver Ed Teachers Association and the National Road Safety Foundation NEW YORK —  Five driver education teachers from Hawaii, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and Vermont have been selected by their peers in the American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Associatio...

Arlee graduates celebrate milestone - Class of 2018 Arlee graduates celebrate milestone - Class of 2018

ARLEE – Thirty-three Arlee High School graduates listened as teacher Ryan Landolfi gave them a bit of advice during his commencement address on Sunday, May 27. He encouraged them to value relationships and call their old friends once in a while to touch base. He said if something goes wrong as they ...

briefs for May 30, 2018

Wall graduates from Yale with Master’s POLSON – Samuel D. Wall from Polson graduated from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut on Monday, May 21 with a Master’s Degree in Environmental Management.    Arlee student awarded $1,000 MCA scholarship  HELENA &m...

Sports Shorts for May 16, 2018 Sports Shorts for May 16, 2018

Basketball Last week Phillip Malatare, Arlee Warrior basketball All-Star, announced the signing of his national letter of intent to continue his basketball career at North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Softball MAC Bulldogs 15 Drummond Trojans 0 The MAC Bulldogs cele...

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...

MAC softball heats up as season progresses MAC softball heats up as season progresses

ST. IGNATIUS – The Mission-Arlee-Charlo (MAC) Bulldog girls softball team this season continues to exemplify the age-old adage “It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.”  After a shaky start to an already late spring season, MAC is heating up at the plate and in the ...

Sports shorts for May 9, 2018 Sports shorts for May 9, 2018

Softball Glacier Wolfpack 8 Polson Lady Pirates 5 The Lady Pirates fell 8-5 in a nonconference softball matchup against the hosting Glacier Wolfpack on Tuesday, May 1. Quinn Motichka went 2 for 3 with two doubles and two RBIs. Olivia Perez also had a pair of RBIs on one hit. Polson La...

sports shorts for April 25, 2018 sports shorts for April 25, 2018

Last week, Arlee Warrior Phillip Malatare earned some national recognition by being placed on the USA TODAY All-Montana first team list. Malatare averaged 22.3 points, 9.3 boards and seven assists per game helping the Warriors to their second straight State C title. Recently, Polson senior Kaelyn Smith si...

MAC drops opener, looks for redemption in Troy this weekend MAC drops opener, looks for redemption in Troy this weekend

ST. IGNATIUS – Playing at home for the first time this season, Mission-Arlee-Charlo (MAC) Bulldogs hosted their home opener against Loyola Breakers on Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately, the Bulldogs fell to Loyola 12-2. Starting in the circle for MAC was Tomi Brazill, who had just picked up 16-9 and...

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