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Montana High School Students Eligible for $10,000 Scholarship and Trip to Washington, D.C. through the United States Senate Youth Program

The United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) and Montana Office of Public Instruction are pleased to announce that Montana high school juniors and seniors are eligible for a $10,000 college scholarship and all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C t...

 

Summer Letter from the Principal

By Denise Ternes, Broadus School Principal Dear Parents, Guardians and Broadus Schools Students, I hope this message finds your summer enjoyable and rewarding. Summer can be the best time of the year to spend quality time with family and friends and... Full story

 

School Board meets for special litigation meeting

The Broadus School Board met Friday evening for a special meeting, to discuss ongoing litigation regarding a former teacher. Jeff Weldon, Legal Counsel for Broadus Schools, and lawyer from Felt, Martin, Frazier, and Weldon, P.C. from Billings, was on...

 

Locals named to MSU spring 2019 honor rolls

BOZEMAN – Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for spring semester 2019. There are two MSU honor roll lists: the President's List and the Dean's List. To be eligible for the lists, students must be enrolled in 12...

 

Local students make Sheridan College honor rolls

SHERIDAN, Wyo. – Sheridan College is pleased to recognize students named to its honor rolls for the spring 2019 semester. Sheridan College has three honor roll lists: the President’s Honor Roll, Vice President’s Honor Roll and the Part-Time...

 

Williams named to Gillette College honor roll

GILLETTE, Wyo. – Gillette College is pleased to recognize students named to its honor rolls for the spring 2019 semester. Noah Williams of Broadus was named to the Vice President’s Honor Roll. The Vice President’s Honor Roll includes 44...

 

4th Grade Learns to Identify Trees

By Liz Riter Is the tree in your yard a conifer or deciduous? Does it have leaves with smooth margins or needle-like leaves? The Arbor Day Tree Guide helps figure it all out. In spite of rain on May 2...

 

3rd Grade Takes Part In Conservation Field Day

By Liz Riter Thinking like a worm while finding out about what goes on in the soil or eating Coco Puffs to learn about soil sizes are some of the fun activities the 3rd Grade students got to do on...

 

FFA Update

The Broadus FFA held its annual June meeting on June 10th, 2019 at 6:00 in the park. At the meeting the prices and menu for the Little Levi Rodeo were discussed, where the chapter will be operating a...

 

Broadus 4th Quarter Honor Roll

3.5 GPA & Above 12th Grade Hannah Rasmussen Kylee Drane Mason Hunt Donovan Sturtz Kashus Giacometto Kiarah Coulter Alessandro Galieni Clay LaPlant 11th Grade Tayden Gee Luke Herzog Jadyn Traub Bailey Smith Callie Williams Aaron Rogers 10th Grade...

 

Elementary Track Meet Results, Continued

Continued from last week. Results are primarily in order of placing. Some results were not listed by order. High Jump Third Grade Boys – Colton Jones, Lucas Capp, Kanin Krantz, Landyn Merwin, Brock Gali, Kade VerWolf, Dylan Roberts, Max Grant,...

 

Teachers honored at retirement party

Three PRCDHS teachers: Lynell Denson, Jesse Barnhart, and Charlanne Lemke, retired at the end of the school year. The teachers were honored with a party held last Tuesday, also receiving plaques...

 

Elementary Track Meet Results, Continued

Continued from last week. Results are primarily in order of placing. Some results were not listed by order. Sixth Grade Girls – Alix Heacock, Maddie Zimmer, Shyla Madsen, Zoe Page, Katya Stiegelmeier, Rebekah Rasmussen, Riley Mitchell Sixth Grade...

 

Class of 2031 Graduates Kindergarten

The Broadus Kindergarten Class Graduation was held last Friday. The Class of 2031 is pictured above, along with Teacher Paulie Isaak. Back row l to r: Faith Lockrem, Maci Emmons, Hazel Kinzer,...

 

PRCDHS Class of 2019 Graduates

Nineteen High School Seniors entered the High School on Saturday afternoon, to emerge sometime later as fully fledged adult human high school graduates. Following a prelude by the High School Band...

 

Fifth Graders conduct "Unwax Museum"

The Broadus 5th Grade, led by teacher Jennifer Grothe, conducted their "Unwax Museum", last Thursday at the High School Auditorium. Each student spent weeks researching the history of a famous...

 

Elementary Concert Held

The Elementary Spring Concert was held on May 14th. The western themed affair was kicked off with the 5th grade band playing March Uno by Gerald Day and Sawmill Creek by Bruce Pearson. The 5th grade merged with the 6th grade band to perform Young...

 

Elementary Track Meet Results

Results are primarily in order of placing. Some results were not listed by order. 50 Yard Dash Kindergarten Girls – Mikayla Capp, Hazel Kinzer, Faith Lockrem, Rickee Bilbrey, Kaya Hunt, Peyton Martinson, Maci Emmons, Avery Kramme, Dylan Krantz,...

 

School Board meets for monthly meeting

The School Board met Monday evening, initially meeting with School Counselor Dori Phillips to discuss the school's ESSA Report Card. ESSA, or the Every Student Succeeds Act, is a Federal law passed in...

 

Broadus Students Attend National BPA Conference

By Charlanne Lemke Ten BPA students-Hannah Rasmussen, Brooke Burley, Mason Hunt, Kashus Giacometto, Luke Herzog, Tawna Quiroz, Lea Aye, Abigail Martin, Lacey Robinson, & Rachel Rasmussen qualified...

 

Held receives scholarship

Jaeger Held, a senior at Senior High in Billings, member of the National Honor Society, and former Broadus student was recently selected as an National Honor Society Scholarship semifinalist. Held was chosen from more than 11,000 applicants and will...

 

Arbor Day Poems

The Giving Tree By Courtney Kuhbacher, 1st grade The apple trees grow very tall during the summer Red apple trees have red ripe apples in the summer Every apple tree has beautiful blossoms Each apple tree gives us wood, paper, air, food, shade and...

 

New Officers Elected at Broadus FFA Banquet

The Broadus FFA chapter held its annual banquet on Monday, May 6th, 2019. Food was brought by the FFA kids and parents. Before opening ceremonies began, Megan Johnson opened with an invocation....

 

State Music Festival Results

By Lisa Lynch State music festival was held in Billings on May 3-4 at Billings Senior High School. The students received Superior and Excellent ratings. Those who received Superior ratings were Samantha Perry and Megan Johnson on their tenor...

 

5th Grade to host "Unwax Museum"

Our 5th Grade class is hosting an interactive Wax Museum and you’re invited! The Museum will take place Thursday, May 16th, at the High School Auditorium, and admission is free. Tours will run from 9-12 and again from 1-3 pm. During your tour, you...

 

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