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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius schools

Honor roll for fourth-quarter 2017-18

Charlo Middle School Karly Alder, Hayden Hollow , Aida Cote, August Hertz, Hayden Smith, Tayre Brown,  Darcy Coleman, Shanel Manuel, Connor Nittinger, Mason Elverud, Declan Avison, Jacob Tomlin, Aubrey Sharbono, Brookelyn Rosenbaum,  Bennan Andersen,  Sidney Bauer, Dawson DuMont, Tucker L...

Twenty-four students receive diplomas Twenty-four students receive diplomas

St. Ignatius celebrated the 100th graduating high school class on Saturday as 24 graduates received diplomas.  Joe McDonald graduated from the school in 1951. He was invited to give the graduation address in honor of the centennial. He said the students can achieve their dreams with hard work like ma...

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Track and Field State Track Class A:  The Polson Pirate boys and girls track teams brought home individual state championships on Friday and Saturday during the Class A State track and field meet in Laurel.  Bea Frissell crossed the tape first in both the 1600 with a time of 5:09.79 an...

Rohrenbach scholarship recipients announced Rohrenbach scholarship recipients announced

News from Lake County JSEC The Lake County Job Service Employer Committee (JSEC) is excited to announce the winners of the 2018 Ken Rohrenbach Scholarship: Brooklin Hunt and Michael Vergeront.  Brooklin is a senior at St. Ignatius High School. She has completed a Broward Avian & Exotic Anima...

Polson, St. Ignatius receive grants

News from the Montana Office of Public Instruction HELENA— The Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education and the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation announced that 15 communities have been selected for iGraduate Montana Challenge Fund grants. Grants of up to $10,000 were awarded to schoo...

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Last week, Arlee Warrior Phillip Malatare earned some national recognition by being placed on the USA TODAY All-Montana first team list. Malatare averaged 22.3 points, 9.3 boards and seven assists per game helping the Warriors to their second straight State C title. Recently, Polson senior Kaelyn Smith si...

Honor roll for third quarter 2017-18 for St. Ignatius schools

Middle School Sixth Grade   4.0: Pxwpexwsshn Bell, Elannah Flat Lip, Ameah Hunt, Keyan Pretty On Top,  3.5-3.99: Sackett Andres, Paisley Couture, Heaven Diaz Morigeau, Madyson Esslinger, Izabel Evans, Madisyn Evelo, Lanie Lammers, Rowan McElderry, Jasmine McNutt, Keirston Molloy, Ba...

Students start school conversations about suicide Students start school conversations about suicide

A group of students at St. Ignatius High School have organized to start conversations about mental health and suicide in their school. Their organizing was a reaction to the many completed and attempted suicides that have happened in the county over the past year. Students have had enough direct and indir...

Snow helps hide Easter eggs during annual hunt Snow helps hide Easter eggs during annual hunt

ST. IGNATIUS – Colorful eggs rested on a blanket of snow in fields around the St. Ignatius school for the annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday hosted by the Chamber of Commerce.  The 27-degree temperature and a slight wind made for a chilly morning as children ages 0 to 12 scurried across the fie...

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Track & Field On Thursday at the Jim Johnson Invitational in Frenchtown, the Mission Bulldogs boys track & field team placed eighth out of 17 teams, while the Lady Bulldogs finished seventh and the Arlee Scarlets finished sixteenth. Mission Bulldog Michael Durglo placed second in the javelin ...


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