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Articles with the Tag: Charlo schools

Sandpiper memorial scholarship to be awarded

  POLSON — Lake County students preparing for a career in art are again invited to apply to the Sandpiper Gallery for scholarship support. Each year the Sandpiper Gallery, an all-volunteer and non-profit organization that promotes art appreciation and endeavors, awards up to $1,000 to Lake C...

Scholarships again available from St. Luke

  RONAN — Once again, St. Luke Community Healthcare Network is offering $500 college scholarships to high school seniors at seven area high schools. Counselors at Arlee, Charlo, Hot Springs, Polson, Ronan, St. Ignatius and Two Eagle River have received the scholarship application instruction sh...

Pioneer Days Company offers two scholarships

    News from the Pioneer Days Company RONAN — Pioneer Days Company is offering two $500 scholarships to graduating high school seniors. One will be specifically for a Ronan High School senior and the other will be for any graduating high school senior in Lake County. We are looking ...

Charlo Lady Vikings falter at divisionals Charlo Lady Vikings falter at divisionals

  BUTTE – The Lady Vikings started off on the right foot, securing a spot at the Divisional Tournament after coming out victorious in Florence against 13-C’s Darby on Monday, 45-35. There was no stopping Lady Viking Jordan Ludeman as she scored a game high 29 points. Wednesday the Lady...

Charlo bus drivers classified as entry-level employees after decades of service Charlo bus drivers classified as entry-level employees after decades of service

  CHARLO — For more than 30 years, Clyde Olsen has spent his mornings and afternoons carting Charlo schoolchildren to and from school. Over the decades he’s built a relationship with his riders and the community. But when the Charlo district switched from having its bus service contracted...

Random acts of education

CHARLO – Every elementary classroom in the Charlo school district will be able to complete a class project this year thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor who pledged $2,450.  Superintendent Thom Peck said the donor pledged to come to the school each Thursday for seven weeks, and write...

Charlo school board to increase in size

CHARLO  – After lengthy consideration of whether or not a larger or smaller school board is more effective, the Charlo District’s Board of Trustees voted on Feb. 18 to increase the size of the board from seven members to eight members in the upcoming May election.   The decision was ...

A tale of two technology policies A tale of two technology policies

LAKE COUNTY — The proliferation of technology has greatly expanded the limits of education, but also left two school districts grappling last week with questions about liability, boundaries, and ways to make sure the Internet is used responsibly instead of mismanaged by teens that might not fully under...

Students reap rewards for essays Students reap rewards for essays

News from the Kuilix Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution ST. IGNATIUS — Good Citizens Essay Contest Awards were presented on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the United Methodist Church in St. Ignatius. This is the first year for our new Kuilix Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, to offer t...

Scarlets win gold, valley teams battle to earn divisional play Scarlets win gold, valley teams battle to earn divisional play

Crack, boom, pow went the thunder of feet stomping the bleachers when the Arlee Scarlets hooped their way into victory over St. Regis to take the 14C title crown for the second year in a row. After coming into the tournament with the number-one seed, the Scarlets had a bye into the semifinals, which gave the...


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