What do you get when you mix 39 junior high students, 14 chaperones, a few airplanes, multiple theme parks and eight days in Florida in October? If you were thinking madness or chaos that may be, but the correct answer is a WorldStrides trip.
Madison Valley Medical Center’s 3rd Annual Winter Coloring Contest was another huge success. MVMC employee Teresa Funke organized the event.
Twin Bridges senior, Nate Konen, signed a Frontier Conference letter of intent to play football at Montana Technological University Dec. 18.
Twin Bridges School Board met on Nov. 12 to discuss health insurance and upcoming field trips. Past agenda items including solar panels and the drainage system were revisited.
The Ennis Lions Club has completed the annual Lions International Peace Poster Contest with the Ennis Middle School 6th and 7th grade classes.
On your mark, get set….Rock and Roll….and run! On October 12, 2019, 74 runners/walkers came out to participate in the second annual World Strides Rocktober fun run! The run was hosted by the Ennis World Strides students in order to help raise funds for the “2021” science field trip. As per the theme, several runners donned rock and roll attir
Twin Bridges School Board meets for September
Sidewalks and water drainage discussed
Twin Bridges School Board met on Tuesday to discuss grants, new hires, increased Driver’s Education rates, a 2021 trip to Belize and business operations.
Alder School Board’s monthly meeting was on Tuesday Sept. 24. Each meeting, topics such as the new pre-kindergarten program, student safety and speeding in the school zone are generally discussed.
Two Ennis School employees were awarded certifications during the monthly school board meeting Sept. 11.
Ginger Martello, Ennis School’s district clerk, completed an extensive professional certification program with the Montana Association of School Business Officials.
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.