Doug Martin from the United Veterans of Twin Bridges Area awarded 2nd grader Lilly Mae Banks a letter of appreciation and a gift certificate this week for her service to the community and help to the United veterans group. Lilly volunteered her help last Sunday at the annual Veterans community dinner in Twin Bridges from 10:30 a.m.
ENNIS – The gym at Ennis High School was packed to bursting on Monday evening, December 17, for Ennis Elementary’s annual Christmas program.
ENNIS—The Ennis Schools Harvest of the Month program continued in December with another local crop, one that will also make an appearance on the faces of some snowmen this winter: carrots.
TWIN BRIDGES – Two possibilities for joining cooperatives and computer services dominated the discussion at Twin Bridges school board’s November 20 meeting.
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ENNIS—The 2018-2019 school year’s Harvest of the Month program kicked off earlier this month with the first of its monthly recipe experiments at Ennis Schools.
ENNIS—Led by counselor Roberta McKay and kindergarten teacher Betty Klein, Ennis’s class of kindergarteners put on a celebratory Thanksgiving performance on Monday, November 19 that touched upon several different cultures.
SHERIDAN—The Sheridan school board held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, November 13, beginning with a public comment period that centered on a potential agreement between the Sheridan and Twin Bridges school districts concerning the schools’ football programs.
ENNIS—The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) club at Ennis High School spent part of their lunch hour on Friday, November 16 creating a unique addition to an annual tradition by the Ennis Food Bank.
ENNIS—By the time next spring rolls around, students at Ennis Schools will be well on their way to growing a bumper crop of produce, and will have gotten a much closer look at the pollinators that help facilitate that process.
SHERIDAN – Parents of students at Sheridan schools received an email and voice mail message at 3:12 p.m. Sunday, alerting them to a potential threat at the school.