If the pandemic has taught us anything, it might be how important boards are to communities. Madison County residents have school board trustees to elect and levies to consider. Ballots will be mailed to residents on April 16.
School board trustee election ballots will be mailed to county residents on April 16. Filing for positions closed March 25.
Twin Bridges School Board met for a special meeting last Wednesday to take action on the long-standing budget agenda items. Two motions were made and passed regarding program and position reduction and reassignment.
The March 9 Twin Bridges School Board meeting had budget considerations listed on the agenda for the sixth time. Ultimately, at 12:15 a.m., the board decided to table the conversation for another meeting.
Ms. Tymbre Stender’s 5th grade class in Sheridan decided to do a Pre-K - 6 food drive competition to benefit the Ruby Valley Food Pantry. They decided this in a class meeting and went to the principal, Mr. Stout, who told them that if they did a good job preparing and carrying out the process, he would provide ice cream to the winning class.
Citing the company’s community involvement and experience working with comparable towns and schools, the Ennis School Board has chosen 45 Architecture to design the Ennis High School expansion.
The Personnel and Business Committee met on Feb. 23 in Twin Bridges, Mont. with a familiar agenda item to consider.
Madison County high schoolers attended state speech and debate virtually this year.
At Twin Bridges School District’s January board meeting, quite a few community members attended in-person and virtually to express their support for school staff and programs.
The Dennis and Phillis Washington Foundation and Montana Rail Link, donated Falcon and Wildcat hoodies to the entire Twin Bridges and Harrison school and staff this week. MRL are a regional railroad company that operates 900 miles of track throughout Montana and Idaho.