The Twin Bridges School Board met May 12 to discuss graduation, summer programs, the senior trip and a new middle school model. The Board met three time since April to discuss graduation in a coronavirus world.
The Sheridan School Board met on Tuesday, March 10 to continue work on the strategic plan, listened to two students’ advocacy project demonstration and planned an extra meeting for COVID-19 discussion.
Twin Bridges School Board met on Nov. 12 to discuss health insurance and upcoming field trips. Past agenda items including solar panels and the drainage system were revisited.
Two Ennis School employees were awarded certifications during the monthly school board meeting Sept. 11.
Ginger Martello, Ennis School’s district clerk, completed an extensive professional certification program with the Montana Association of School Business Officials.
HARRISON—Board chairman Dusty Wagner joked that Harrison’s April school board meeting was on track to be one of the shortest in recent history, and he wasn’t wrong. In a quick meeting that lasted less than half an hour, the board reviewed a few matters of old business and formalized the cancellation of the district election.
TWIN BRIDGES – Two possibilities for joining cooperatives and computer services dominated the discussion at Twin Bridges school board’s November 20 meeting.
Special ed co-op
HARRISON—The Harrison school board held its monthly meeting on Monday, October 8, 2018. The agenda covered a wide variety of topics, including Harrison’s athleticå teams and a continuation of an ongoing transportation upgrade.
SHERIDAN—The Sheridan school board held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 9, and focused particularly on the importance of creating its strategic plan and a commercial energy renewal for the next year.
ENNIS—With homecoming festivities complete, the Ennis School Board turned its attention to the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year at its monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 12.
ENNIS – The Ennis School District’s custodial staff breathed a sigh of relief Wednesday evening, May 16, when the school board voted to continue working with them to find ways of reducing costs, rather than contract an outside firm to clean and care for the schools.