For FCCLA, Rachel Zielinski of the Sheridan FCCLA chapter chose the project ‘Focus on Children’. She decided to work with 6th graders to improve their self-esteem. Rachel went into the 6th grade class and presented a PowerPoint and did activities with them.
During the Montana Council for Exceptional Children's Conference on Mar. 1, Ennis Elementary School special education paraprofessional Laura Dickinson received the Region IV ParaEducator of the Year Award. Region IV includes 12 counties in southwestern Montana. (Photo courtesy Ennis Elementary School)
Ennis Schools had a great showing at the Regional Science Fairs held at Montana Tech in Butte. The Division I Regional Science Fair was held on Mon., March 5 and the Division II Regional Science Fair was held on Thurs., March 8. The high school participants brought home the 2nd Place Small Schools Trophy.
Sheridan Schools is very pleased to announce the Students of the Month for January. Students are chosen by faculty and staff members based on the following criteria: citizenship, leadership and academic attitude.
The Sheridan FCCLA Chapter was awarded a Vision Zero grant from the Montana Department of Transportation, Ford Driving Skills and Montana FCCLA to plan and conduct a project to encourage safer driving in Montana. Members carried out several projects which included a resource fair for all those in grades 7-12.
Sheridan School students enjoy healthy food that they prepared in a FCCLA nutrition and fitness class at the school. (Photo submitted by Roxanne Shammel)
Congratulations to Ennis School fifth grader Aalyia Howard, who won the school spelling bee on Feb. 18. (Submitted photo)
ALDER – Following suit with most other Madison County Schools, the Alder School Board voted to have the Madison County Clerk and Recorder’s Office handle their upcoming school election. Chair Kaycee Gilman reported the school board voted unanimously Feb. 15 to hand over the school election to the county.
Softball is officially a go after the Ennis School Board voted to allow a program on a two-year trial basis. After several motions and amended motions, the board voted to allow a softball program, contingent on raising $30,000 in startup costs by June 30, with a program evaluation after each season.