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Articles with the Tag: Ronan schools

Ronan School District welcomes new teachers Ronan School District welcomes new teachers

(Editor’s note: These are the corrected teacher’s biographies and photos for Ronan School District that ran in the Aug. 28 edition of the Valley Journal.) Noelle Decker is a Mission Valley native. She served as the secretary at Pablo Elementary for 23 years. This is her first year teaching. ...

Schools must address bullying Schools must address bullying

LAKE COUNTY — Montana schools will have to address bullying to receive accreditation as a result of a July 31 rule implemented by the Office of Public Instruction. Although most schools already have bullying policies in effect, local parents and educators acknowledge there is room for improvement. ...

Ronan School District wins True Value Foundation grant

PABLO — A fresh coat of paint brightens up any room, and this summer Pablo Elementary received 40 gallons of paint to refresh its learning environment. Ronan School District was selected as the winner of a paint grant through Hanson & Granley’s partnership with True Value Foundation’s &...

Ronan graduates 59 seniors in emotional ceremony Ronan graduates 59 seniors in emotional ceremony

RONAN — With high spirits and overflowing emotions, Ronan High School graduated 59 seniors Friday night to a chorus of cheers, applause and tears.  In all, the seniors earned approximately $433,840 in college scholarships. After a tearful speech from Salutatorian Sarah Anderson and a conversely...

FFA students test knowledge in great outdoors FFA students test knowledge in great outdoors

Rarely is a vehicle seen on the bumpy road leading east into the towering pines and even taller rock faces of North Crow Canyon’s tribal wilderness area. But on May 22, several school buses and vans squeezed into the small turnaround that also marks the beginning of the scenic trail as more than 80 ...

Ronan Middle School archery hits the mark Ronan Middle School archery hits the mark

As confident as Ronan Middle School teacher Crystal Pitts looks behind a bow, a passive observer might never guess that until three years ago she’d never shot a one. An avid pistol shooter, Pitts said archery was something her husband and sons enjoyed, but she’d never had the same app...

Local music students head to state festival Local music students head to state festival

POLSON — It’s spring, time for tulips and daffodils, ant there’s music in the air — at least there will be in Missoula for the Montana High School Association State Music Festival May 3-4. High school music students who received a superior rating at the MHSA District Music Festival wi...

Prize-winning classic performed in Ronan Prize-winning classic performed in Ronan

RONAN — “You Can’t Take It With You” is the story of a family- the Sycamore family. At first the Sycamores seem mad, but it is not long before you realize that if they are mad, then the rest of the world is even madder. In contrast to these delightful people are the unhappy Kirbys....

Autism trailblazer to graduate Ronan High School Autism trailblazer to graduate Ronan High School

RONAN — Autism, the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the United States, now affects one in every 88 children and one in 54 boys.  According to advocacy and education organization Autism Speaks, “Autism spectrum disorder and autism are both general terms for a group of c...

Hoops tourney fires up middle-schoolers Hoops tourney fires up middle-schoolers

RONAN — The air was filled with the sweet smell of basketball and competition last weekend as Ronan Middle School hosted its fourth annual 5-on-5 basketball tournament.  Ronan basketball coach Steve Woll said planning for the event begins in November, and while there is a great deal of work put...


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