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Senior Night

The PRCDHS Senior Athletes, Cheerleaders, and Band Members, along with their parents, were honored at the final home basketball game....

 

Broadus Elementary News

ACTS of KINDNESS - The Annual Great Kindness Challenge 2019 was a great success. Each student received a Great Kindness Challenge checklist. Students K-6 challenged themselves to complete the acts of kindness during the week. 4th grade won the...

 

Broadus School Board Met Monday

The Broadus School Board met Monday evening, with a large contingent of the public on hand to discuss various matters relating to the school. During the hearing of the public, a group of parents commented that internet classes should be made more...

 

PRCDHS 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

7th Grade Isaacs, Emma 3.905 McDowell, Ciara 3.809 Mader, Mia 3.792 Zimmer, Cooper 3.708 Barbero, Gracie 3.619 8th Grade Edwards, Alex 3.883 Cain, Lucinda 3.762 Mader, Marcus 3.750 Billing, Lauryn 3.584 Schroeder, Rheanna 3.572 Irish, Sophie 3.542...

 

Superintendent discusses levy election, board vacancies

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen Trustees will need to consider an election resolution for three trustee vacancies and a potential general fund mill levy. However, I do not anticipate the need to run a levy in either the elementary or...

 

Kindergarten Learns about Food Groups with Pizza

The Broadus Kindergarten had a fun afternoon on January 24, 2019 learning about food groups. Liz Riter, Powder River Conservation District, and Elizabeth Emeline, American Bird Conservancy, went to...

 

Broadus students spell their way to victory

The Broadus 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classes competed in a Spelling Bee, last week at the Courthouse. The students were arranged in the jury booth of the courtroom, where they were tested on their...

 

Montana Tech Fall 2018 Honor Rolls

The following Montana Tech students have been placed on the Honor Roll (HR), Dean's List (DL), and Chancellor's Honor Roll (CL) for the fall semester 2018 at Montana Tech in Butte, Montana. Rodney J Studiner, Ashland Heather J LaPlant, Broadus...

 

Sheridan College announces fall honor rolls

Sheridan College is pleased to recognize students named to the fall 2018 honor rolls from the Broadus area. Sheridan College students on the full-time President’s Honor Roll from the Broadus area are: Julia Swenson Sheridan College students on the...

 

Speech and Drama Students compete at State

Congratulations to the Speech and Drama students! All three students qualified for state this year at Divisionals in Plentywood. Samantha Perry, a freshman, competed in Dramatic Solo and did a...

 

Speech and Drama Students perform well at Divisionals

By Coach Caroline Johnson The 2018/2019 Speech and Drama Team had great success at Divisionals in Plentywood this past Saturday. There were a total of 13 schools present at this meet. Students had to...

 

Pre-School registration now open

Registration for Broadus Shining Star Preschool for 2019-2020 school year is now open! We follow the State requirement and eligible students must be 4 years old by September 10, 2019. Classes will begin in September after Labor Day and will be...

 

School Board Meets, Accepts Superintendent's Resignation

The Broadus School Board met on Monday evening, with Lori Fortner as the only absent Board Member. First on the agenda was hirings and resignations. The Board accepted the resignation of Lynell Denson as Home Ec Teacher, effective the end of the...

 

Superintendent's Report

It is my hope that you and your families had an enjoyable Christmas and the beginnings of a productive and enjoyable new year. Recently I read an article about a Montana school district who had a coaching controversy which prompted me to reflect on...

 

Gillette College announces fall 2018 honor rolls

Gillette College is pleased to recognize students named to the fall 2018 honor rolls. There were a total of 154 students named to the President’s, Vice President’s, and Part-Time Honor Rolls. For full-time students to earn a place on the...

 

Speech & Drama travels to Sidney

By Caroline Johnson This past weekend our Speech and Drama went to Sidney to perform at their invitational, along with eighteen other Class A, B and C schools. Our little band of thespians performed well under the pressure of such a large meet....

 

Thespians strut their stuff at Speech & Drama meets

By Broadus Speech & Drama Coach Caroline Johnson Our Broadus Speech and Drama team may be small compared to some schools, but these dedicated few are really giving these larger teams some pretty stiff competition. The Broadus Speech and Drama team ar...

 

Gotfredson wins National American FFA Degree

Each year, the National FFA Organization honors FFA members who show the utmost dedication to the organization through their desire to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth...

 

Broadus Elementary News

What?!?! No Recess?!?!? Please help us keep students safe and warm by sending snow boots, snow pants, coats, gloves and headgear. We have had some students show up without these items. If they don’t have boots, they have to stay on the sidewalk,...

 

1st graders share their favorite Christmas colors

Mrs. Emmon’s 1st grade class describes their favorite Christmas colors: My favorite Christmas color is gold. As gold as the bells hanging on Santa's sleigh. As gold as an ornament hanging on the tree. As gold as a shirt that I like. Carter D'Amico...

 

Holiday Poetry

Courtesy of Caroline Johnson’s 6th Grade Class Christmas By Zach Jones Fun in the white snow Presents under the tree Let’s build a snowman Santa Clause will come tonight Prime rib dinner is so good. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Christmas...

 

Volunteering at School and in the Community

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen Since this is the season of giving, I thought it would be an appropriate time to discuss the importance of community service to your school and community. Our school and community have been fortunate to...

 

What makes your Christmas Merry?

Mrs. Rogge’s Third Grade Class recently wrote to answer the question: What makes your Christmas Merry? Here are their answers: I like Christmas because I get to see my grandma. I like the presents. I also really like the lights on the Christmas...

 

Fruit makes DCC President's Honor List

GLENDIVE, MONT. - December 18, 2018 - Dawson Community College has released the names of students who have been honored for academic excellence during Fall semester 2018. To qualify for inclusion on the President’s Honor List, students must carry...

 

Fourth Graders describe the best gift they've ever given

By Mrs. Swenson’s 4th Grade Class The Best Christmas Gift I’ve Ever Given... The best Christmas gift I’ve ever given was a necklace to my mother. It had a cross on it and she was very excited. When she opened it she absolutely loved it. It was...

 

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