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Ronan principal recognized Ronan principal recognized

News and Photo from the Montana ACTE RONAN — The Montana Association for Career and Technical Education would like to announce that Mr. Kevin Kenelty, Principal at Ronan High Schools has been selected as the 2022 Montana Career and Technical Education Administrator of the Year. Under Kenelty&rs...

Ronan principal recognized Ronan principal recognized

News and Photo from the Montana ACTE RONAN — The Montana Association for Career and Technical Education would like to announce that Mr. Kevin Kenelty, Principal at Ronan High Schools has been selected as the 2022 Montana Career and Technical Education Administrator of the Year. Under Kenelty&rs...

Red Ribbon Week events resume, highlight dangers of drug use Red Ribbon Week events resume, highlight dangers of drug use

RONAN — Ronan Middle School recently concluded its Red Ribbon Week, teaching the kids about the importance of making good decisions in the face of drugs and alcohol.  Red Ribbon Week was started in 1985 after the death of DEA Agent Kiki Camarena. After Camarena’s death, friends of his lau...

St. Luke donates to local athletic booster clubs St. Luke donates to local athletic booster clubs

News from St. Luke RONAN — Several years ago, St. Luke Community Healthcare transitioned to performing sports physicals as part of a student athlete’s annual well child check. “This change offered a more comprehensive check-up for the athletes,” said Whitney Liegakos, PR Manager ...

RHS starts Code Girls United’s tribal computer coding pilot program RHS starts Code Girls United’s tribal computer coding pilot program

News from Code Girls United RONAN — Sixteen Ronan High School girls will be learning about computer science and coding while developing apps using MIT’s Appinventor. The girls will also learn business skills when they divide into teams and use what they have learned to create their own app t...

Former Ronan athlete runs for suicide prevention, qualifies for Boston Marathon Former Ronan athlete runs for suicide prevention, qualifies for Boston Marathon

  RONAN— Kira Crenshaw Niedens, a 2005 Ronan High School graduate, has been on the run for some time now. Running, that is, for suicide prevention with hopes of qualifying for one of the bigger races such as Chicago, New York, and Boston. Thus far she has run in Missoula, in marathons in Ore...

DAR chapter awards grant to Pablo Elementary School DAR chapter awards grant to Pablo Elementary School

News from Daughters of the American Revolution PABLO — Kuilix Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution awarded a $500 grant from the DAR’s Helen Pouch Memorial Fund Classroom Grant program to Pablo Elementary School Librarian Gay Speckert for the 2022-2023 school year. Pablo Elementary i...

RDO helps kids contribute to revitalization RDO helps kids contribute to revitalization

RONAN — Last week, RDO Equipment Co. held an interactive presentation at the Ronan fairgrounds and football field to teach kids from Ronan High School more about the industry and contribute to a local revitalization project.  Partnering with the Montana Chamber of Commerce, RDO selected Ronan f...

Ronan student represents Montana at American Legion Nationals Ronan student represents Montana at American Legion Nationals

News and Photo from American Legion Auxiliary WASHINGTON, D.C. — Leina Ulutoa, Ronan, is one of 100 young women selected to attend the 75th American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) Girls Nation session July 23-30 in Washington, D.C. As part of the premier ALA program, two outstanding high school seniors ar...

Funds help refresh Ronan Middle School library Funds help refresh Ronan Middle School library

RONAN — The Ronan Middle School Library recently announced they have been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries.  “It was pretty exciting,” said RMS librarian Amy Miller.  The library grant was awarded to 300 schools throughout t...


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