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Barnes & Noble Bookfair
Sat, Feb 23rd
10-4PM
Students perform at various times
Proceeds benefit the Library

Board Meeting
Tues, Feb 26th
5:30PM in Building #4

PTO Meeting
Mon, Mar 4th
6-7PM in the Library

 

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6th Grade Health Class Broke Out

Our wonderful 6th Grade Health Class was given a BreakoutEDU box. This box had several locks that required they solve puzzles about health (i.e. how many hours of sleep a person requires, etc).  They were able to breakout of this box!!! Way to go class! Go Outlaws!!! #BreakoutEDU

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Four Board of Trustee Positions Open

 

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Anyone interested in serving on the Elder Grove School Board of Trustees must file for one of the four openings by

March 28, 2019 at 5pm.  

The election is May 7, 2019.

 

Available positions include:   

  • one - 1 Year Term

  • two - 2 Year Terms

  • one - 3 Year Term

Any person who is qualified to vote in a district under the provisions of MCA 20-20-301 is eligible for the office of trustee.  For more information or to get a filing form see the District Business Manager Julie Copeman located in the business office or call:  406-656-2893 ext 402 or email: copeman@eldergove.k12.mt.us

Forms can also be picked-up in the Middle School and Elementary Offices.   

February is Readathon Month

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It's time again for the Readathon.  You should have received the informational letter and sponsor sheet with report cards Tuesday Jan 22nd and by an Infinite Campus email.  This is a fundraiser for the PTO.

The easiest way to participate is to sign up on this form.

If you need any information or paperwork, you will find it all under the Readathon tab on the website.

 

Doodle for Google

When you do a Google search you may have noticed the Doodle (the drawing) above the search bar. Every year Google runs a contest for one Doodle to be drawn by a K-12 student.

Your student can submit a Doodle until March 18, 2019.

For more info please check out

Doodle for Google

 

Students Participating in Planning the New Middle School Students Planning Middle School

Today students in 5th through 8th grade particpated in planning the new middle school. A&E worked with the individual grade levels to see what the students wanted in their new school. There were many good ideas ranging from commons area, outdoor classrooms, air conditioning, to a 2nd floor swimming pool. We might not be able to deliver on the 2nd floor swimming pool, but we can definitely look at all the other suggestions. The students were excited about giving their feedback for the new building. They got to share their ideas wtih the rest of the grade levels as well. 

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