The Twin Bridges School Board met on Tuesday, Sep. 14. Here’s a recap of what was discussed.
During this month’s Alder School Board meeting, several members of the public commented on the school’s mask policy, advocating for its removal next school year. The board will keep the mask policy in place for the remainder of the current school year and will take time over the summer to revisit the policy.
The community filled the stands of the Ennis High School gym on April 16 for a board of trustees candidate Q&A forum. Four of the five candidates running for two open seats attended the gathering.
School board trustee election ballots will be mailed to county residents on April 16. Filing for positions closed March 25.
The March 9 Twin Bridges School Board meeting had budget considerations listed on the agenda for the sixth time. Ultimately, at 12:15 a.m., the board decided to table the conversation for another meeting.
The Personnel and Business Committee met on Feb. 23 in Twin Bridges, Mont. with a familiar agenda item to consider.
The Twin Bridges School Board met May 12 to discuss graduation, summer programs, the senior trip and a new middle school model. The Board met three time since April to discuss graduation in a coronavirus world.
The Sheridan School Board met on Tuesday, March 10 to continue work on the strategic plan, listened to two students’ advocacy project demonstration and planned an extra meeting for COVID-19 discussion.
Twin Bridges School Board met on Nov. 12 to discuss health insurance and upcoming field trips. Past agenda items including solar panels and the drainage system were revisited.
Two Ennis School employees were awarded certifications during the monthly school board meeting Sept. 11.
Ginger Martello, Ennis School’s district clerk, completed an extensive professional certification program with the Montana Association of School Business Officials.