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.
HARRISON—The Harrison school board held its monthly meeting on Monday, October 8, 2018. The agenda covered a wide variety of topics, including Harrison’s athleticå teams and a continuation of an ongoing transportation upgrade.
SHERIDAN—The Sheridan school board held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 9, and focused particularly on the importance of creating its strategic plan and a commercial energy renewal for the next year.
SHERIDAN—It’s not common to encounter nearly 500 middle and high school students and have them all be completely silent, but that was the scene for much of Tuesday morning, September 25, at the 47th annual Ruby Valley Invitational, which drew students from Ronan to Colstrip and everywhere in between.
ENNIS—With homecoming festivities complete, the Ennis School Board turned its attention to the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year at its monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 12.
MADISON COUNTY - As the school year gets rolling for districts around Madison County, local bus drivers and law enforcement continue to deal with drivers ignoring regulations involving school buses.
ENNIS—Balmy late-summer weather matched Ennis High School’s homecoming theme of a tropical luau: parade floats on Friday, September 7 featured palm trees, leis and water guns on an 80-degree afternoon.
ENNIS—The Ennis school board approved a new budget that’s slightly less than last year’s at their monthly meeting on Wednesday, August 15. They also discussed the school’s partnership with Ennis police officer John Moore and several staff and coaching changes.