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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius schools

Briefs for July 19, 2017

Women’s football clinic to support Charlo athletics   CHARLO- Vikings, Guts and Glitter Women’s Football Clinic will be held this year on Saturday, Aug. 19, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  A $60 entry fee includes breakfast, lunch and a half day in the classroom learning about footbal...

State recognizes local school State  recognizes local school

ST. IGNATIUS – Teachers from across the state of Montana cheered as the first reservation school in the state received a platinum award, which was given to the St. Ignatius School District.  “When it was announced, it got pretty loud in the room; it was a big deal in the teaching world,&r...

Spring 2017 Honor roll

Spring 2017 Ronan Middle School  3.0-3.49 Eighth Grade: Mason Allen, Remington Bell, Talyn Bird, Autumn Chee, Zarec Couture, Jessy Dalke, Dylan Davis, Girma Detwiler, Ayden Diaz, Trent Goss, Colton Graham, Taylor Jackson, Daniel Kelsch,  Nancy Kenmille, Danny Krahn, Maggi Lake, M...

Tar Wars poster competition winners announced Tar Wars poster competition winners announced

News from the Lake County Health Department “Tar Wars” is a national tobacco-free education program from the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) designed for fourth through sixth-grade students. The program consists of a one-hour presentation that is given by volunteer health care p...

Bulldogs Basketball Camps for two age groups held

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Bulldogs will hold Basketball Camps from June 26-30 at the St. Ignatius School gymnasium. Lil Guy Basketball Camp for students entering grades 1-4 will be held from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Boys entering grades 5-8 may participate in Basketball Camp from 12:30-5 p.m.  Studen...

Mission grads encouraged to make a difference Mission grads encouraged to make a difference

Korbyn J. Pierre sings the National Anthem at the Mission 2017 High School graduation ceremony.  ST. IGNATIUS – Dan Durglo worked a line from a Joni Mitchell song into his speech as the guest speaker for the Mission High School graduation on Saturday, June 3. “You don’t know what you&r...

Smith, Durglo awarded scholarships Smith, Durglo awarded scholarships

News from Lake County Job Service The Lake County Job Service Employer Committee ( JSEC) is excited to announce the winners of the 2017 Ken Rohrenbach Scholarship: Chadelle Smith and Mariah Durglo. Chadelle is a senior at Polson High School, maintains a 3.9 GPA, is vice president of the National Honors ...

Local students bring awareness to hunger issues Local students bring awareness to hunger issues

ST. IGNATIUS – A few of the students chosen by Governor Steve Bullock and his First Lady to work on the statewide fight against childhood hunger are from Lake County. According to a press release, 19 middle and high school students throughout Montana were selected to serve on the Youth Leadership Co...

tennis tennis

POLSON – Polson swept visiting Stevensville on May 2, with a 5-2 victory from the girls and a 7-0 shutout from the boys. Cassie Carlyle topped Ashley Eyre 6-0, 6-0 and doubles team of Kyler Lundeen and Olivia Hewston claimed the victory in the No. 1 doubles match for the Pirates. Colin Kenney cru...

track & field  track & field

RONAN – The Polson Pirates won eight events and the Charlo Lady Vikings won seven events capturing team titles during the Lake County Meet in Ronan on May 2. Multiple event winners for the Pirates were Matthew Rensvold and Connor Lanier. Rensvold won the 200 and 400; while Lanier won both 100 and 300 h...


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