Morning Report


March 7, 2017

FFA Officer Meeting Lunch A Tuesday 3/7

FFA Chapter Meeting Wednesday 3/8 Lunch B

FFA Members can buy Tshirts $10 buy from Ms. Fox

BPA Meeting on Tuesday during TTT Lunch A.  This is about State-please come!

Track Meeting during Lunch B in Room 5. ~Coach Schaff 

Those interested in the PTSA scholarship there are some volunteer hours coming up.  Thursday, March 9 we will be setting up the Book Fair after school.  We also need help on Monday, March 13.  If you are interested and able to help please contact Mrs. Coryell. 

We will also be having a family movie night Friday, March 24.  We will be showing SING and will need help throughout the night.  If you are interested and able to help again please contact Mrs. Coryell

MCTM Math Competitors: Permission slips are due this Friday, March 10. You must be academically eligible by that date in order to travel.


Sending a shout out to all my Peeps!! Time is fast approaching for the 6th Annual Peeps Show. The art department is in need, (again), of your shoe and boot boxes. Any box around the same size will work. Drop them by the art classroom, #18. Thanks for your help!

BPA! State is less than 3 weeks away!

Computer contests! There will be practices on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the full TTT as well as any day after school until 5 p.m. Judged events! You better start thinking about preparing for your presentations. I will help you anytime after school.

The following junior high students must report to Room 8 today for INL:   Ryder Adams, Taya Dauenhauer, Erica Dodd, Kristina Haverkamp, Katie Holmes, Alyssa Hope, Ashlynn Isle, Tony Matteson, Josh Mele, Kodiak Moore, Dylan Ostlund, Trinity Sheffield, Patrick Slawter, and Jessica Villegas.

Map Quiz INL: Kristina Haverkamp, Josh Mele.

The following high school students must report to the Library today for INL:

 Isaac Duncan, Hunter Harrell, Dacoda Jones, Mason McCamey, Lucas Smith, Aspyn VanVleet

Mr. Quenzer will have these students in after school INL beginning Wednesday:

Isaac Duncan, Dacoda Jones, Mason McCamey

Thursday, 3/9 through Monday, 3/13

Elementary Book Fair in the new Elementary.

Friday, 3/10

6th -8th grade choir students to Youth Sing in Laurel. Bus leaves at 8 AM.

Friday, 3/10

Junior High Dance at Community Center at 7:30 PM.

Sunday, 3/12 - Tuesday, 3/14

BPA State Convention starts. Bus leaves at 7 AM.

Monday, 3/13

Start of High School Track and Golf

Families needed to host Japanese youth for one month this summer.  This is a 4-H program and the dates are July 23- August 18.  Host families should have children 10-16, the desire for an in depth cultural experience and fun!  Japanese delegates come with spending money, and health insurance and are here to experience everyday life in an American family.  For application materials contact Linda Stewart at 406-837-5091 or at or Stephanie Davison at

New Scholarships are posted on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Goffena’s office.

Summer Opportunity for SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS:  The University of Montana Davidson Honors College is sponsoring the Schwanke Honors Institute, an intensive two-week summer program designed to offer incoming high school juniors and seniors an exciting and challenging academic experience.  Student will take one of three courses offered by the Institute to receive two semester college credits (Creative Writing, Sustainability:  Exploring the Human Footprint, or Digital Art in Motion).  Students will stay on campus in a UM residence hall and have access to UM facilities.  In-state tuition applies; however, need-based scholarships are available.  See Mrs. Goffena for information & application.  Deadline:  4/1/2017

Musselshell-Golden Valley 4-H Scholarship:  Henry Hochmuth Memorial Scholarship wishes to recognize character, leadership and citizenship qualities.  Students must have participated in the Golden Valley or Musselshell County 4-H Program for the last two years of high school, be a full time senior student, be of average or above average scholastically in rank with a recommended GPA of 2.5 and an ACT score of 17.  The award may be used for any post-secondary education.  Applications are available in Mrs. Goffena's office.  Deadline:  4/1/2017

Shadow A College of Engineering Student @ Montana State in Bozeman:  February 24, 2017, 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.  Open to all male and female high school students.  See Mrs. Goffena for details. 

Resident Firefighter Program:  Frenchtown Rural Fire District offers a Resident Firefighter program to young men and women who have graduated from High School and are motivated to help others and serve their community.  Resident Firefighters live rent-free at one of seven fire stations in apartment style settings with their own room, a common bathroom, kitchen, and day room with career firefighters and other residents.  Shifts are on a rotating basis and are designed to allow members of the program to have a job or pursue a degree at the nearby University of Montana or Missoula College.  All trainings or certifications are provided free for charge in exchange for a two year commitment to the program.  See Mrs. Goffena for more details.

Nursing Scholarship Program; Advanced HomeCare Institute of Montana:  Up to $1,500 awards to those students who maintain high academic standards as well as have and express an interest in pursuing a Nursing career, will be attending a Montana school or higher education, and have an expressed interest in living and working in Montana.  The scholarship application process can be found online at  Deadline:  3/20/2017

Delta Kappa Gamma Educational Scholarship:  $1,000 to a senior, young woman, who is planning to major in educational when she enters college within the state next fall.  See Mrs. Goffena for an application form.  Deadline:  3/21/2017

Unity-Victory Masonic Scholarship:  up to 3 scholarships between $500 and $1000 to selected students graduating from Roundup or Melstone High School.  Applications and requirements are available from Mrs. Goffena.  A short face-to-face interview will be required of the finalists prior to making the final award(s).  Deadline:  3/31/2017

2017 Mid-Rivers Higher Education Scholarship:  (35) $1,000 scholarships to either a graduating high school senior entering his or her freshman year of college, university or technical school or a currently college, university, or technical school undergraduate.  The applicant, or his or her parent(s) or legal guardian, must be a Member of Mid-Rivers Telephone Cooperative, Inc. with active landline telephone or Internet service.  Scholarship applications are available online at See Mrs. Goffena for details.  Deadline:  3/31/2017

Horatio Alger MONTANA Scholarship:  (50) $15,000 over 4 years.  The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation offers the Montana Scholarship to 50 high school seniors in the amount of $10,000 to be disbursed over the student's college career.  Students must pursue a bachelor's degree at the University of Montana or Montana State University SYSTEM schools.  The eligible schools have agreed to provide an additional $5,000 award so that the total grant amount will equal $15,000.  The scholarship program provides financial assistance to student throughout the nation who have financial need and have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity.  See Mrs. Goffena for information.  Apply online at scholars.horatioalger.orgDeadline:  4/15/2017

JUNIORS:  Big Sky State Games CHARACTER COUNTS Scholarship $500 to male and female students, must be a junior in high school and have participated int he Big Sky State Games to complete the scholarship application.  See Mrs. Goffena for an application form.  Deadline:  5/12/2017