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School Board holds April meeting

The Broadus School Board Trustees met Monday evening for their monthly meeting. All members of the board were in attendance, with Raquel Mader and Waylon Billing attending the meeting via phone. The first item on the agenda was the hiring of staff...

 

Superintendent's Report

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen 4-12-2021 People have a way of making some things difficult. School finance certainly falls into one of those categories. Maybe government tries to confuse us so we don’t ask questions, or maybe the...

 

BPA competes at State

By: Libby Nisley, BPA Advisor The Business Professionals of America have been through an interesting year indeed. Nineteen high school members participated in the Regional conference virtually in Dece...

 

Prom Royalty Crowned

"Cloud 9" was the theme of this yearʼs PRCDHS prom. The 2021 Prom Royalty included top row l to r: Layla Preite, Prom King Tate Page, Prom Queen Deanna Twedt, Jonathan Desatoff, and Joziah Brost....

 

Registration now open for Shining Star Preschool

By Julie Long Registration is now open for Shining Star Preschool for the 2021-2022 school year. Students must be 4 years old by September 10, 2021. Classes will begin on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:00AM-Noon at Powder River Congregational Church...

 

Broadus 3rd quarter honor roll posted

Broadus students with grade point averages between 3.5 and 4.0 during the 3rd Quarter are listed on the Honor Roll. Those students include: 7th Grade: Novalee Blakeman, Gracie Gali, Maggie Mader, Kayleigh Opstedahl, Darren VerWolf. 8th Grade:...

 

Broadus Elementary News

By Broadus Schools Principal Denise Ternes **CALENDAR CHANGE** Due to the District Music Festival being cancelled, April 9th is no longer a day off from school. This will make April 8th a regular dismissal at 3:20. The calendar committee has...

 

Fifth Grade performs UnWax Museum

The Broadus Fifth Grade performed their Unwax Museum last Friday. Students took up the part of their choice of a famous or historical figure, researching and performing as their character for the...

 

It's time for Kindergarten Roundup!

By Tracie Earley The annual Kindergarten Roundup for kids starting Kindergarten in August of 2021 will be held at Broadus Elementary School on Wednesday, April 14th, from 8 am to 4 pm. Children must be five years old on or before September 10, 2021...

 

Broadus FFA plans for State Contest

By Alex Edwards On Tuesday, March 9th, the Broadus FFA chapter held a meeting to discuss plans for the upcoming State Contest being held in Billings on April 7th. Among the teams going to state are Parliamentary Procedure, Agronomy, and Sales....

 

What's Happening in the Auditorium

By Lisa Lynch March will bring excitement back into the auditorium with two performances of Missoula Children’s Theatre “Jack and the Beanstalk”. What happens when a young boy plants wonder beans in his own backyard? For Jack, it is the...

 

UnWax Museum takes place this Friday

By Jen Zellers Our fifth grade students have been working hard, researching facts and information about various famous and historical people during the month of February! We are excited to share our research with you during our annual UnWax Museum...

 

Superintendent's Report

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen As many of you know we will be losing four teachers at the conclusion of this school year. Attracting new educators has become extremely difficult in most rural communities. The Montana legislature has...

 

School Board conducts March meeting

The Broadus School Board met Monday for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting, with Trustees Shasta Madsen, Amanda Zimmer, Patrick Emmons, Waylon Billing, and Raquel Mader in attendance. The board approved the hiring of Hattie Arithson as...

 

Reading is a Treasure! Arrrr!

By Tracie Earley Ahoy, mateys! Broadus Elementary celebrated "I Love to Read" month in February. With the help of Captain Bookbeard (Cody Earley), Barb Mitchell and Kendra Hartman, students were led...

 

Second Graders donate books to library

By Cody Earley The Broadus Elementary second grade class recently donated a variety of books to the public library. Some of the titles they shared with us include The Last Firehawk, books 1 and 2;...

 

On the honor roll…

Kesa Copps of Broadus recently made the November 2020 Term Chancellor’s List at Purdue University Global, where she is studying for her Bachelor’s degree in Health and Wellness. In order to make the Chancellor’s List, students must...

 

Broadus Elementary students participate in Buddy Poppy Coloring Contest

By Pat Hanlan Powder River County students in grades K-2nd recently participated in the Buddy Poppy Coloring Contest sponsored by the VFW Auxiliary and the National Home. The top three winners were...

 

Broadus FFA competes in Wibaux

By Marshall Williams The Broadus FFA returned to Wibaux on February 15th to finish the second half of our spring district competitions. Broadus competed in the mechanics, sales, business management,...

 

School Board meets for February meeting

The Broadus School Board Trustees met Monday evening for their monthly meeting. The board accepted a motion to hire Bill Alderman as a volunteer wrestling coach, as well as Sarah Earley as a substitute at the elementary. They also accepted the resign...

 

Superintendent's Report

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen My future son-in-law and oldest daughter both serve in the military. He mentioned that one of the first things he did was look at my daughter’s “dog tag” to view her religious affiliation....

 

2nd quarter honor roll posted

Making the grade at PRCDHS for the second quarter are the following students, who all earned at least a 3.5 GPA or higher: 7th Grade: Addison Draine, Gracie Gali, Kayleigh Opstedahl, Maggie Mader, Darren VerWolf, Kensi Emmons. 8th Grade: Zachary...

 

Local students named to Sheridan College Honor Rolls

Over 315 students were named to the Sheridan College honor rolls for the fall 2020 semester, including Bailey Smith, who was named to the President’s Honor Roll and Kashus Giacometto, who was named to the Vice President’s Honor Roll, both of...

 

FFA chapter competes in first half of District competitions

By Marshall Williams The Broadus FFA traveled to Wibaux on January 15th to compete in the first half of their district competitions with the following results. The Parliamentary Procedure team of...

 

EMT Course Now Available at MCC

MILES CITY: Miles Community College is now offering an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course held on the Miles City campus. This course is open to both credit and non-credit students looking to fulfill requirements for paramedicine programs...

 

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