On 15 December 2021 the Sheridan Elementary School conducted its Pre-K to 3rd Grade Christmas Concert featuring individual class musical programs for family and friends.
S heridan School District Lead Bus Driver Dave Gators estimates, in the 12 years he’s been transporting students to and fro, he’s accumulated around 132,000 miles of travel – not including extracurriculars, sports and the lengthy excursions to far away locales like Denver, Seattle and Salt Lake.
The inaugural Gingerbread House Competition was a great success! We had 19 entries from several age groups and locations throughout the valley.
The Giving Tree at Madison Valley Bank has long been a staple example of the generosity that abounds across Madison Valley. This year, that generosity took a step in a new direction as Madison Valley Public Library collaborated with thoughtful donors to create age appropriate packages of books to pair with each giving tree tag.
dad tossed a saddle and a bundle of strings at his feet. The old rancher offered him no tutoring, only the directive to “lace them up” right there on the driveway.
John Owen had been spending summers along the Madison River since he was eight – traveling from Riverside, Calif. with his family to stay at Halfords Resort: an ideally-located Mountain retreat along the Madison River near Beaver Creek, just below Hebgen Dam.
Ennis Honoring Madison Valley Veterans and Community Service Hero
Montana Senator Steve Daines’ Deputy Press Secretary Rachel Dumke paid a visit to the Virginia City Courthouse on Nov. 2, presenting recently retired Madison County Commissioner Jim Hart with a surprise honor: a tribute from Daines which was entered into the Congressional Record.
The greatest part of living in a small town is the support that happens when a person touches your life. The Ennis community has always been a dedicated support system for the school in both athletics, and scholastically, realizing the excellent education our students receive. That supports goes full circle in Ennis.
A thoughtful donation, a motivated science teacher, patient biologists and 23 engaged eighth grade students all came together to study Jack Creek and bring science to life at the Jack Creek Preserve on a beautiful fall day.