ENNIS – The end of the school year is not an easy time for the kids, or their teachers. Everyone is looking forward to summer vacations and the freedom of not having to go to school.
ENNIS – The Ennis Community Children’s School has been a part of the community since 1982, when it was first founded to serve the needs of Ennis’ youngest members. Their mission is to increase children’s perception of the world and become enthusiastic learners. One way they are looking to do that is through an outdoor learning environment.
The Twin Bridges School Board had a big agenda on April 17, as Superintendent Chad Johnson said over 50 people were in attendance. Johnson said a portion of the agenda was spent talking about teacher and staff negotiations, class schedules and the upcoming summer season projects.
The Twin Bridges Alumni Association is pleased to offer graduates of Twin Bridges High School the following scholarships for continuing education:
• $500 Salutatorian Scholarship.
• $1,000 scholarship for a TBHS graduate who has completed at least one year of college.
Ennis High School reported the results from the District Music Festival, held in Bozeman on April 12-14.
The Harrison School Board met on April 9 and heard from Whitehall wrestling coach Mark Nelson about the possibility of a high school team co-op. While no decision about pursuing a co-op was made, the board asked activities director Connie Young to gauge student interest via a survey for grades 7-12.
The Walsh Family (formally the Ruby Valley Bank scholarship program) is accepting applications for $750 scholarship awards for 2018 graduating high school seniors that meet the following eligibility:
Brighton Dedman is the Ennis Schools Student of the Week! Brighton, whose parents are Dennis and Heather Dedman, is a 3rd grade student at Ennis Elementary. Brighton was nominated for this week’s award for her many excellent qualities.
Twin Bridges Jr/Sr High School Honor Roll
3rd quarter 2017-2018
(*** Denotes High Honor Roll)
April 4-7, 2018, the Ruby Valley FFA Chapter sent 16 kids to compete at State Convention in Billings Montana. They competed in 7 different competitions consisting of, Parliamentary Procedure, Farm Business Management (FBM), Livestock Evaluation, Sales, Mechanics, Agronomy, and Creed Speaking.