Robotics took two awards away, so of the seven that competed in what can be considered a pre-Divisional speech, drama, and debate meet with 17 B/C schools and 2 A schools represented well. Falcons competing: Speech: Ellen Humbert took 4th in Dramatic Oral Interpretation.
Two Twin Bridges teachers – Karen Degel and Jenifer Elser - recently traveled to Orlando, Florida to present at the Project Lead the Way National Conference.
The Falcons played a strong tournament last weekend in Manhattan Christian. The team beat Drummond, Superior and close cross-county competitors, Ennis on the path to second place. Only the first place team, Manhattan Christian, was able to knock out wins against the Lady Falcons.
Ennis SCHOOL Submitted by School Board Chair Kyle Stone
Staff housing initiatives
The Falcon Homecoming Royalty this year was: Seniors Callie Kaiser and Reid Johnson, Juniors Ellianna Meek and Turner Stockett, Sophomores Mila Dawson and Ricky Wagner, and Freshmen Maisy Hutchinson and Brayden Pettigrew. PHOTO COURTESY GAIL BANKS
Sheridan to install of a new high school door locking system, will discontinue USDA funded free lunch program
The Sheridan School Board of Trustees met on Monday, June 13. Here’s a recap of what was discussed:
• The board discussed new policy updates for the upcoming school year. Policies will remain very similar to years past.
In celebration of financial literacy month, Jody Sandru’s high school personal finance class teamed up with our 3rd graders to teach the importance of budgeting and saving/investing. We also welcomed Steve Collinge from Opportunity Bank who presented a budget exercise with tootsie rolls. Students then invested and bartered for goods.
The K-12 Sheridan Schools student body participated in the first annual Color Run, sponsored by the Hope Squad, on Thursday, April 28.
“The Hope Squad is a national program and Sheridan Schools received a five year grant to implement this program with junior high and high school,” said school counselor, Laurie Bartoletti.
Early in 2022, was still fresh, teams across the state began meeting to practice for Academic Olympics. The competition was held on the MSU-Bozeman campus in mid-March. Students take a written test to qualify for their team’s seeding the day of competition and to compete individually.