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Articles with the Tag: Arlee schools

Music on the chopping block Music on the chopping block

ARLEE – Community members like Dawn Mollica objected to the school board’s decision not to hire an elementary music teacher to fill the currently vacant position. “I can’t stress enough the importance of creativity in the lives of students,” she said. “This is a short s...

Local students selected to visit Cambodia Local students selected to visit Cambodia

MISSION VALLEY — Four students from the Mission Valley will soon travel to Cambodia for a one month as part of the U.S. State Department American Youth Leadership Program.  The program is run through the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at the University of Montana. The center recently receive...

Nkwusm Salish Language Institute students graduate Nkwusm Salish Language Institute students graduate

ARLEE — The Arlee community held a powwow in honor of two Nkwusm Salish Language Institute graduates last weekend, celebrating their achievement with prayer, song, dance, food and drums. Graduates Mars Sandoval and Nicole Perry will attend Arlee High School in the fall, and while both said they were...

Arlee schools offer summer meals for children

ARLEE — Arlee Schools is participating in the Summer Meal Program, a USDA Child Nutrition Program that provides free meals to all children regardless of race, color, national, origin, sex, age or disability.  Meals will be provided at the Arlee Schools lunchroom/gym Mondays through Thursdays fr...

Arlee graduates 32 seniors Arlee graduates 32 seniors

ARLEE — Thirty two of Arlee’s best and brightest moved on to the next chapter of their lives Sunday as they graduated from Arlee High School during a moving and passionate  ceremony.  Superintendent George Linthicum began the ceremony with a few brief words from the heart, eliciting ...

JR Camel leaves Arlee basketball

ARLEE — Arlee’s boys basketball coach JR Camel is leaving his post to pursue other ventures, according to Arlee Superintendent George Linthicum.  “He submitted a letter that said he had other opportunities and was going to pursue them,” Linthicum said. “That’s what...

Warriors earn 3rd place, respect at state tournament Warriors earn 3rd place, respect at state tournament

The Arlee Warriors brought home third place at the state tournament last week in Bozeman, besting the No. 1-ranked undefeated defending state champion Fairview in the first game by a score of 63-53.  The win snapped Fairview's 41-game winning streak, effectively proving what coach JR Camel and the Wa...

Warriors, point guard Camel source for inspiration

Congress could take a lesson from the Arlee Warriors.     Not only did Arlee’s boys basketball team cap off a winning season with a third-place finish at the Class C state tournament last weekend, they did it with a spirit of teamwork not often seen in any sport, let alone high school-level b...

School board candidates needed

For people who’d like to get involved in their community and their schools, local school boards need candidates. Filing deadline is March 25, and the election will take place on May 7. Polson has the most number of seats up for election with two one-year terms, two three-year terms and one two-ye...

Arlee’s ‘Friends’ continue to donate

Recently, the Friends of Arlee Schools, Inc. have been able to give money to the Arlee schools in the form of equipment and classroom supplies not covered by the school’s budget. In December, teachers were asked to submit applications detailing what they need in their classrooms. The Friends board dist...


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