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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius schools

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...

Sports Shorts for April 4, 2018 Sports Shorts for April 4, 2018

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 ...

St. Ignatius High School holds annual Career Day

News from St. Ignatius School District ST. IGNATIUS — St. Ignatius High School will host their annual career day on Thursday, April 12, from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. with keynote speaker Angela McLean, Director of American Indian Minority Achievement and K-12 partnerships. She is also a former lieutena...

Lake County students join national protest Lake County students join national protest

 LAKE COUNTY – Students in several Lake County schools joined tens of thousands of teenagers in a national walk out on Wednesday, March 14, at 10 a.m. to remember 17 students and staff killed by gun violence at a Florida high school exactly one month before the walk out. Not everyone supported the...

Principal boxed in by student reading Principal boxed in by student reading

ST. IGNATIUS – The St. Ignatius Elementary School principal spent Friday in a box after students read 1,856 books in the month of February to put him in it.  The students were kind to Principal Tyler Arlint and made him a rather large box for the event during their after school program. The box...

Area authors share poetry, stories at public reading Area authors share poetry, stories at public reading

A  reading of poetry, rife with raw emotion and stirring imagery, entertained listeners on Saturday afternoon at the Hangin’ Art Gallery.  Audience members were asked to think about a question at the start of the gathering before acclaimed poet Heather Cahoon and others shared their work. ...

Polson advances two grapplers to state finals Polson advances two grapplers to state finals

BILLINGS – Mission Valley area high school wrestlers, along with over 50 teams and 600 wrestlers, convened at the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings and competed in the yearly sports spectacular known as the All-Class State Wrestling Tournament. The tournament started on Thursday and concluded with cham...

School water leaks turn into annual event School water leaks turn into annual event

ST. IGNATIUS – Water droplets sporadically fell from the ceiling in an English classroom at St. Ignatius High School last Thursday while students read their books.  “It’s dripping all around us,” said senior Sierra Esslinger as she picked up her books after the bell rang. ...

Sports Shorts for Jan. 10, 2018

Basketball Arlee Warriors Arlee Warriors 84,  Mission Bulldogs 39 Beneath the freshly hung 2016-17 Class C state championship banner, the Arlee Warriors took care of business on their home court Jan. 2 by defeating Class B Mission Bulldogs 84-39. Greg Whitesell poured in 20 poin...

St. Ignatius school reacts to bomb threat

By Karen Peterson              Valley Journal ST. IGNATIUS – The St. Ignatius school locked down the doors and classrooms to protect students after a bomb threat was made on Wednesday afternoon. Superintendent Jason Sargent said administration and law enforcemen...


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