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PRCDHS Speech and Drama Team Takes First

By Caroline Johnson The Broadus Speech and Drama students traveled to Poplar this past Saturday to the Wolf Point - Poplar Invitational. This was a smaller meet than the week before in Billings. Our...

 

School Board meets for November meeting

The Broadus School Board met Monday night for their monthly meeting. On the agenda was the consideration of hiring a substitute teacher, the closing or combining of several activity fund accounts, the consideration of allowing 8th grade...

 

Junior High B-ball season continues

The Broadus junior high basketball teams continued their seasons over the last few weeks, with games against Wibaux, Terry, Sacred Heart, Melstone, Jordan, and Plevna. The Boys A team, under Coach Mike Richards, is currently undefeated. Here are the...

 

Speech and Drama off to a Roaring Start

By Caroline Johnson Lights, Camera, Action! Well, not quite, but we are well on our way to another great season. Powder River County District High School proudly announces the opening of it’s 2019 Speech and Drama season. Shepherd and Billings...

 

Barnhart named Montana Art Educator of the Year

Broadus High School Art Teacher Connie Barnhart was recently presented with the prestigious Montana Art Educator of the Year Award, presented by the Montana Art Education Association. Connie was...

 

Broadus to host future teachers

Broadus will be once again host the Montana Rural Teacher Preparation Program, for the third year in a row. This fall, MSU-Bozeman students, under Dr. Jayne Downey will visit Broadus. The group of future educators will be here October 27-30th,...

 

Broadus FFA competes at Ekalaka, Billings

By Erick McConnon The Broadus FFA Livestock and Range teams recently went to Ekalaka to compete in this year's district events. The livestock team composed of Callie Williams, Chalee Harms, Kaydin...

 

Superintendent's Report

Each August I try to identify some goals to accomplish during the upcoming school year. This year the goals included 1) replace the antiquated roof membrane on the high school, 2) negotiate a contract with the teachers this fall for the 20-21 and...

 

School Board meets for October meeting

The Broadus School Board met Monday evening for their October meeting, with all members present. Mike Richards, Activities Director, informed the board of the HS Football game forfeit to St. Labre, due to a minimal number of players able to play the...

 

School settles with Kane

The Broadus Elementary School District has settled its litigation with former Broadus 5th grade teacher Becky Kane. The settlement arose from two cases which were ruled in Kane’s favor. Both cases stem from events occurring at the April 9, 2018...

 

FAFSA Workshop coming up October 3rd

By Dori Phillips The annual FAFSA Workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, October 3rd, at 6:00 p.m. in the High School Library. If you are in need of financial aid to help pay for postsecondary education, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student...

 

Pictures from Homecoming 2019

Here are a few pictures from the Homecoming Festivities....

 

Broadus Elementary News

By Principal Denise Ternes September 20, 2019 Free and Reduced Lunch – Please fill out an application! The more students that qualify enable the school to be eligible for other state and federal programs. Applications can be found on our website...

 

Homecoming Schedule

Theme: Cultures. Monday, Sept. 16 - Opposite Sex Day, Coronation 7 p.m. in PRCDHS auditorium. Tuesday, Sept. 17 - Tourist Day, JH Volleyball vs. St. Labre 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. (HS VB @ Belle Fourche), Cross Country Meet (Home) @ Golf Course 10 a.m....

 

School Begins

Last Wednesday, August 21, classes began for Broadus Schools....

 

Broadus FFA prepares for new school year

By Erick McConnon, Broadus FFA Reporter The Broadus FFA Chapter is back, better than ever, and ready for the new school year. All FFA members were busy working hard over the summer, but the start of...

 

Local Taxpayers get a break in School Budget

At the monthly school board meeting held last Monday, the Board discussed the school budgets for the upcoming school year. Overall, taxpayers will be on the hook for slightly less money in the coming year - $12,588 less in the high school and $11,437...

 

Welcome back to Teachers, Administrators, and Staff!

Here’s a list of the 2019-20 local school staff. Denise Ternes – Principal Jim Hansen – Superintendent Dixie Mitchell – District Clerk Levi Mitchell – Head Maintenance/ IT Rich Biesheuvel – Maintenance Debbie Lanke – Head Custodian...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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