Summary: Last year, MSU purchased 42 pigs from 4-H’ers at eight county fairs across the state. This year, MSU expects to purchase about 60 pigs at 12 fairs across Montana.
The Twin Bridges Public Schools Board of Trustees Meeting took place on Tuesday, July 9 and discussed topics including the pre-kindergarten program, student and staff handbooks, a job description for the transportation supervisor, coach hires and student attendance agreements.
The Earl Holt and John Seaman Memorial Scholarship funds raised $10,351 at the 11TH annual Texas Hold’em charity tournament. Forty-four players joined together at the Silver Dollar to raise this impressive amount that will be awarded to seniors at Ennis High School. Due to the great turnout over the last eleven years, these scholarships were a
TWIN BRIDGES – Ten members of the Twin Bridges Business Professionals of America (BPA) chapter attended the 2019 National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California. The theme of the conference was “Together We Create.”
ENNIS – At its monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 10, the Ennis school board considered the topic of shifting the current part-time counselor, Ross Lingle, to a full-time position.
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.
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MADISON COUNTY—The Annie E. Casey Foundation released its KIDS COUNT Data Book for 2018 on Wednesday, June 27.
ENNIS – The end of the school year is not an easy time for the kids, or their teachers. Everyone is looking forward to summer vacations and the freedom of not having to go to school.
The Twin Bridges School Board had a big agenda on April 17, as Superintendent Chad Johnson said over 50 people were in attendance. Johnson said a portion of the agenda was spent talking about teacher and staff negotiations, class schedules and the upcoming summer season projects.