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.
ALDER – On Friday, March 8, students from Alder School participated in the Rural School Science Fair in Dillon at the University of Montana-Western’s Keltz Arena.
ENNIS – It was another excellent year for Ennis at the State FCCLA Leadership Conference, taking place March 21-22. This year the conference moved to MSU in Bozeman, and students were able to take advantage of the university connection, participating in workshops and trainings led by faculty and staff.
ENNIS—Middle school students at Ennis Schools were the latest to learn about and cook some local ingredients when the time for the March Harvest of the Month rolled around.
TWIN BRIDGES -- Twin Bridges High School student Mhanon Sullivan recently received second place honors in the Montana Teenpreneur Roundup.
SHERIDAN—At its Tuesday, March 12, monthly meeting the Sheridan school board approved sending a follow-up letter to the Montana High School Association (MHSA), the state governing body for high school athletics, expressing disapproval at the lack of response they received after applying for a co-op between Twin Bridges and Sheridan football team
SHERIDAN—Three Sheridan High School juniors put their FCCLA project to a bigger use this year, hosting a charity 5k run on Saturday, February 23, that raised nearly $1,200 for the local Relay for Life chapter.
VIRGINIA CITY—After a weather delay that gave competitors a few extra days to study the word list, the Madison County spelling bee was held at the county administrative building in Virginia City on Monday, March 4.
ENNIS—Ennis Community Children’s’ School was the recipient of a $3,500 grant last week that will help with several projects, including a remodel of the preschool’s playground.
ENNIS – The Harvest of the Month program continued in February at Ennis Schools when fifth graders tackled a complex recipe, making ravioli that left their cutting boards looking something like a murder scene.