At a meeting of the Ennis Arts Association on June 8, 2020, the members in attendance at Lion’s Club Park reluctantly voted to cancel the 25th annual Madison Valley Arts Festival, scheduled for August 1, 2020 in Peter T. Park. It is rescheduled for Saturday, July 31, 2021.
The Montana University System has awarded the prestigious Montana University System Honor Scholarship to 2 students in the local area (see below).
Sarah Anson, Army National Guard
Micara Devereaux, UM Western Sheridan Scholarship Foundation - $500 Music Award
Ana Sofia Du-Pond, Gallatin College 3 Rivers Communications - $1000 Craig Woodson Memorial - $500 FFA Memorial - $100
The Walsh Family of Twin Bridges is pleased to announce the following recipients of a scholarship award in the amount of $750 to 2020 area graduates. These students were selected based upon leadership, work and community service, goals and aspirations.
Zoe Lee played all the sports— basketball, volleyball and she ran track at Sheridan High School. Her mom, Abbigail Lee, has been to at least one million games. “She’s like the involved mom who’s been involved in everything,” Sheridan Superintendent Mike Wetherbee said about Abbigail, who is currently the Booster Club President.
The Twin Bridges School Board met May 12 to discuss graduation, summer programs, the senior trip and a new middle school model. The Board met three time since April to discuss graduation in a coronavirus world.
Cars idled in park around the Ennis football stadium Friday night waiting for the school’s final Stay @Homecoming Week event.
All but one Madison County public school has voted to continue distance learning for the remainder of the school year. Harrison Schools’ scheduled meeting was after publishing deadline, but according to the superintendent, Fred Hofman, it is likely that the Harrison Schools will follow suit.
Sheridan Schools decided Sunday evening to remain closed. Students and teachers will finish the school year with remote learning.
FOR MIDDLE-SCHOOL PARENTS
1 If you as a parent don't understand and the child is struggling, ask the teacher for help. Emailing the teacher is such an important way to communicate. Teachers don't know there is an issue if no one asks for help. And, it's okay to not understand an assignment!