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Articles with the Tag: Ronan schools

Round dance teaches proud heritage Round dance teaches proud heritage

RONAN – Students at K. William Harvey Elementary School twirled and danced to the drumbeats of the Alec Quequesah family singers in a round dance meant to educate the school on Native American heritage.  “We come here to celebrate and show you our songs,” Quequesah said. “We t...

Musical Magic Musical Magic

RONAN — Conductor Dusty Molyneaux spread his arms as wide and high as humanly possible, signaling to the 145 musicians in front of him to get louder and smoother in their playing. Molyneaux then curtly drew his hands together, shook his head, and signaled for the band to stop, as the motions didn&rsquo...

Ronan school budget corrected Ronan school budget corrected

RONAN — The Ronan School District notified state officials and corrected an error in the district’s transportation budget less than 24 hours after the numbers were debated at the Nov. 11 school board meeting, Superintendent Andy Holmlund said.  The error, submitted in a budget to county a...

Cheerleaders must raise thousands to continue into winter sports

RONAN – Cheerleading will continue to be a sport in Ronan if the squad can come up with the $3,941.91 necessary to fund a coach for the team.  Last year, the school decided to cut the sport because of budget constraints, school officials said. Parents and the cheerleaders were made aware of thi...

Maiden volleyball: it’s a wrap

FLORENCE – The Maidens toughed it out at the Western B Class Divisional Tournament but couldn’t find the edge needed to stay alive. In Thursday’s game one, the Maidens fell to Bigfork in the five set 2-3 loss. With set scores of 24-26, 25-23, 25-16, 19-26, and 14-16, the Maidens put on a...

Ronan’s Maidens in hunt for hardware Ronan’s Maidens in hunt for hardware

FLORENCE – As first year head coach Adrienna DeCock stepped out onto her new volleyball court, she had a plan – to make it to divisionals and bring home some hardware.  The Maidens have not competed in the Divisional Tournament since dropping down to Class B two years ago, and DeCock is o...

Farm to School program provides local fruits, veggies for schoolchildren Farm to School program provides local fruits, veggies for schoolchildren

RONAN — Before they tasted the sunny golden vegetable, Ronan second graders planted “pretend” squash seeds and then pushed their arms towards the sky, imitating squash tendrils and vines as they sprouted in fields around the Mission Valley. On the playground at K. William Harvey Elementary ...

Grant renewed for student Camobodia trip

If you are a Montana high school teacher or student with interests in environmental issues or international affairs, you could be among 20 students and two teachers supported by the U.S. Department of State for an all-expenses-paid trip to Cambodia. The State Department has renewed a $190,000 grant to the...

Ronan musicians perform at All-State Band in Bozeman Ronan musicians perform at All-State Band in Bozeman

RONAN — Two Ronan High School students were selected to join students from across the state at All-State Band, Oct. 16-18 in Bozeman. After auditioning in the spring, senior Shannon Saint and sophomore Ryan Dresen were selected as French Horn 1 and French Horn 4. This was Shannon’s second year an...

Ronan High competes at drama event

Ronan High School Forensics and Drama had a strong showing at its first meet of the season. With several team members unable to compete due to football and cross-country, the team was small. Overall, Ronan placed third in speech sweepstakes and second in drama sweepstakes. Ryan Dresen took first and Samantha...


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