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Polson Lady Pirates 1993 State A Basketball 2nd Place team Polson Lady Pirates 1993 State A Basketball 2nd Place team

From left (with 1993 last names) are: Head Coach Bruce Thomas, Heather Knutson, Jaime Richards, Sarah Hartsoch, Tosha Doornek, Brooke Doepke, Julie Stene, Jeannette Grey, Sheri Gunlock, Sara Gunderson, Nicole Dubuque, mgr. Tisha Matt, Asst. Coach Steve Nelson and Asst. Coach Sue Moore.  

Polson schools address cyber security

News from the Polson School District POLSON — The Polson School District’s Technology Department, which is staffed by three people, supports and maintains the technology used by over 1,700 students and 300 employees. In recent years, the use of technology in education has significantly incre...

Bullen sentenced for sexual assault Bullen sentenced for sexual assault

POLSON — A Polson man was sentenced at District Court in Polson on Jan. 5 to 19 years in the Montana State Prison with 15 years suspended on the amended charge of sexual assault. Isaac Fourbear Bullen, 22, was initially charged with the more serious crime of sexual intercourse without consent, but the ...

Sports shorts for Jan. 11, 2023

Polson Girls Basketball WHITEFISH — The Lady Pirates traveled to Whitefish to take on the Bulldogs on Jan. 6, winning 44-32. Although Whitefish led by one point after the first quarter, Polson went ahead in the second and never looked back. Addyson Gallatin led all scoring with 20 points, includin...

Polson schools builds new programs

News from Polson Schools POLSON — Polson High School is focusing efforts to build a Computer Science Program to provide exposure and skill development opportunities for students. The new program is in partnership with Project Lead The Way (PLTW). PLTW is a National STEM Curriculum Provider. This y...

Scholarships available for PHS seniors, graduates

News from the Polson Scholarship and Education Foundation POLSON — Scholarships applications are currently available for Polson High School graduates. Any student who is currently enrolled as a senior at Polson High School or as a previous PHS graduate are eligible for these scholarships; provi...

Community Foundation closes the book on a successful year Community Foundation closes the book on a successful year

POLSON — The Greater Polson Community Foundation (GPCF) wrapped up 2022 with over $100,000 in grants given to local organizations to help improve Polson, and there will be more to come in the new year.  The GPCF was founded in December of 2007 when the first meeting of community members was fol...

Superintendent Arntzen prioritizes school safety

News from the MT Office of Public Instruction HELENA – Superintendent Elsie Arntzen continues to prioritize school safety as a pathway to student success. Incidents of violence and threats cause great distress within Montana schools and the communities. “Family and community support is th...

Polson girls wrestling mixer results

POLSON — Girls wrestlers from Corvallis, Frenchtown, and Polson participated in a wrestling mixer on Dec. 16, though not all the Lady Pirates were able to wrestle in this one due to a limited number of opponents. No team scores were kept. Results below for Polson girls that had matches: 114 Round 1 ...

Linderman teaches systems of support

News from the Polson School District POLSON — At Linderman Elementary, motivating students using positive systems of supports to reach their greatest potential is a top priority. One program that is happening is the Linderman school store.  Students earn pirate tickets for being responsible, ...

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