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.
Twin Bridges Town Council’s (TBTC) was delayed a week but came back having passed a potentially significant ordinance for the community. Ordinance 2022-02 Short Term Residential Rentals within the city limits of the town of Twin Bridges.
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.
On Wednesday, August 24 at 16:44, the Madison County Communications Centers received a report of possible unexploded ordnance near mile marker 23 on MT Highway 41 south of Twin Bridges. The original call described three pieces of what the reporting party believed to be dynamite.
The Twin Bridges Falcons had a great Divisional Track meet over the weekend in Frenchtown. The girls team placed 3rd overall. Results from athletic.net are below:
Chase Fitzpatrick: 100 m, 11.68, 3rd
200 m, 23.55 PR, 3rd
Javelin, 140’ 1”, 5th
Long jump, 19’ 2.25”, 7th
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 Lady Falcons traveled to Great Falls to play in the state tournament for the first time since 2017 on Thursday, March 10. The Girls Class C State Tournament was held at the Four Seasons Arena.
The Lady Falcons played hard for four games to eventually bring home fourth place.
Montana State University robotics event gives Twin Bridges team a chance to show their problem-solving
When the Falcon Fire team from Twin Bridges visited Montana State University last Saturday, it marked the culmination of nearly five months of building and programming a robot the junior high students pitted against 35 other teams from around the state.