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Students Test Their Orthography Skills At County Spelling Bee

With the proper spelling of "intoxicating" in the 9th round of the finals, Justin Aye, Broadus 7th grader took home top honors at the County Spelling Bee last Thursday. Addison Draine, 8th grader,...

 

Science Fair

Two students from the South Stacey School, Second Grader Emma Mills (above left), and First Grader Thane Kolka (above right) competed in the MSU-Billings Science Expo last week. Kolka won first in...

 

Broadus Students Test Their Thinking Skills At Academic Olympics

By Jacy Collins Junior High Report On March 8, 2022 the Junior High Academic Olympics team competed in Miles City at Miles Community College. The Junior High competed against 11 other schools from...

 

Calendar, Bus Contracts Discussed At March School Board Meeting

The Broadus School Board Trustees met for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday evening, with all members in attendance except for Danny Johnson and Rob Jones. The board watched a pre-recorded video presentation made by Teacher Libby Ni...

 

Superintendent's Report

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen “Sometimes we don't appreciate how good we have it-so we continue to concentrate on what is wrong” that was my reply to a recent email. We would all like everything to be perfect and each of us has...

 

Kindergarten, Food Groups, & Pizza

By Liz Riter On February 23, 2022, Liz Riter and Sarah Fortner with the Powder River Conservation District met with the Kindergarten class to teach them about food groups and pizza. First, we talked...

 

Elementary News

By Broadus School Principal Denise Ternes Wild About READING month finale Monday, February 28 is the final day for our Love to Read month. In the afternoon students will enjoy the movie Zootopia, so they can bring their blankets and a pillow. Snacks...

 

Superintendent's Report

One of our most important functions is to employ the best employees to work with your children. As most of you are aware, there is a national shortage of workers. Education was already experiencing a reduction in the number of college graduates...

 

School Board Discusses Band Travel At February Meeting

The School Board met for their regular February monthly meeting on Valentine’s Day, with all members in attendance, and Trustee Amanda Zimmer dressed for the holiday, sporting a black sweater featuring red embroidered hearts. School Counselor Dori...

 

Broadus Elementary Students Spread Kindness

By Dori Phillips During the month of January, students at Broadus Elementary worked to spread kindness around their homes, school and community. The week of January 24th they participated in a...

 

Broadus FFA Competes In Plevna

By Clayton Scott, Broadus FFA Advisor The Broadus FFA Chapter competed at the Eastern FFA District Spring Agricultural Technical and Mechanical Systems contest on Monday in Plevna. The team consisted of Alex Edwards, Aidan Kenelly, Seth McDowell,...

 

Top Driver

Zach Jones was the Driver's Ed Student of the Semester for the fall semester, placing highest in the class in the written and driver portions of the test; Zach even received an A on the semester...

 

Canned Food Drive

Student Council reps pose with some of the nearly 300 cans of food donated by the classes during a food drive held just before Christmas. The cans will be donated to the Broadus Food Bank. Pictured...

 

FFA Competes In Plevna

Members of the Broadus FFA attended the Eastern FFA District Career & Leadership Development Events Competition, in Plevna on Monday. Here are the results from that competition: Prepared Public Speaking • Marcus Mader - 1st place Extemporaneous...

 

Locals Make Fall 2021 MSU Honor Rolls

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 at least 12 college-level credits. The 1,542 students with a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester...

 

Superintendent's Report

Recently I read an article in my hometown newspaper about an individual who graduated a few years prior to me. He did very well financially in the oil and gas industry and had even made a generous donation to the high school a few years ago....

 

Swenson Makes Chadron State President's List

CHADRON, NE -- Chadron State College has announced the names of 324 students on the President's List with a 4.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. To qualify, students must have completed 45 credit hours, be enrolled in 12 credit hours of...

 

School Board Discusses A Wide Array Of Topics At January Meeting

The Broadus School Board Trustees met on Monday evening, with all members present other than Shasta Madsen. Student Council Treasurer Lea Aye got the Student Council Report, where she indicated that in the school’s canned food drive in the weeks...

 

Broadus FFA Students Compete At Ag Expo In Bozeman

By Clayton Scott Here is a summary of the Montana Ag Expo (formerly the John Deere Ag Expo), which took place November 11-13th, on Montana State University campus, in Bozemen. Broadus FFA members,...

 

Stuff It In My Stocking!

Mrs. Isaak’s Broadus Kindergarten class describes what they would like to see in their stockings this Christmas. Landon Williams: Nerf gun, candy canes, books, and Legos for my little brother. Patrick Handran: Chocolate candy, candy canes, a toy fi...

 

Christmas Colors

Mrs. Swenson’s 1st grade class describe their favorite Christmas colors. My favorite Christmas color is green. Green like the Grinch. Green like a Christmas tree. Green like elves. Green like carolers. Green like a wreath. By Jayce Worman My...

 

Christmas Stories

By Mrs. Lambert’s 2nd grade class The Best Christmas One night Santa got stuck in my chimney! I saw his feet dangling. He said, "Ho! Ho! Get me out!" So I thought ... would it work if I got some weights because aren't weights heavy? So I put five...

 

My Favorite Christmas

By Mrs. Rogge’s 3rd Grade Class My Christmas tradition is to go to my grandparent’s house. We go to our mom’s parents’ house on Christmas Eve and open presents. Then on Christmas Day, we go to my dad’s parents’ house. We have dinner. We...

 

4th Grade Acrostic Poems

Mrs. Fleming’s 4th grade class authored acrostic poems for us, where the first letter of each line combines to make a word. So fun Nose Ohhhh, cold Winter Making Awesome New Scarlett Talcott Christmas Eve Holiday Reindeer Ice Santa Claus Trees...

 

2021 6th Grade Christmas Poetry

By Mrs. Johnson’s 6th grade class Snowflake By Rachel Rosencranz The snowflake falls down Down from the sky to the ground Landing on the grass Elf By Hunter Stanton So joyful, so fun Make toys for little children Helping Santa Claus. Food By Dylan...

 

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