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May 24, 2018
 
 


BREAKFAST LUNCH
Fri., May 25: Cook’s Choice Hamburger Nachos
 

THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL IS TOMORROW, FRIDAY, MAY 25!
 SCHOOL WILL DISMISS AT 12:30 P.M.!
HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!


HIGH SCHOOL TRACK SCHEDULE
Thurs.-Sat., May 25-26:    State Track Meet Great Falls, time TBA
                Good luck Isaiah Maxwell!

SCHOOL LUNCH ACCOUNTS
Lunch accounts need to be completely paid by the final day of school. Lunch bills with approximate amounts due by the last day of school have been sent to parents. Part of the student check out procedure at the end of school is being certain his/her lunch account is paid. If your account is not paid in full, we will retain your student’s report card until the account is up to date.

SCHOOL LIBRARY BOOKS
All library books need to be returned before the last day of school.  Part of the student check out procedure at the end of the school year is being certain that his/her library books are returned or paid for if lost.  If your student has lost a book, have him/her check with Mrs. McGowan regarding the cost of the book.  If there are any books not returned, we will retain your student’s report card until the books is returned or paid for.

ELEMENTARY AWARDS
The elementary awards assembly is Friday, May 25, at 8:30 A.M. in the Highwood School gym. All are invited to attend.

SIX MAN ALL STAR GAME
Highwood is hosting the Six Man All Star Football Game on Saturday, June 2,  at 7:00 P.M. Come enjoy a great game!

LAST CALL FOR LITTLE CAESAR PIZZA KITS!
Austin Gibson and Amri Forder are planning to attend the National Student Council Conference in Wayzata, Minnesota at the end of June.  The orders for Little Caesar Pizza Kits and Little Caesar Cookie Dough will be placed tomorrow

MS OPEN GYM
There will be open gym for students currently in grades 4-7 from 5:00-6:30 P.M. on Wednesdays beginning this Wednesday, May 9, and running through the summer months.  Please call Colter Tinsen with questions.  (733-6392)

P.E.A.K. SUMMER CAMP
For those who have signed up for the P.E.A.K. “The Corps of Discovery,” Activities will begin June 4 and continue through June 28, Monday through Thursday from noon – 3:00 P.M. The program is with the Belt Husky Club and participants will be hiking, learning about native animals, map skills and much more! Some days will be extended due to travel. A detailed calendar will be provided before camp begins.
 

COMMUNITY NEWS

THANK YOU!
The Highwood Bike-n-Walk Trail committee and those that utilize the trail would like to express sincere thanks to people that make the trail more usable and pleasant in any way. In particular, thanks to the folks that plowed snow during the long winter, and those that mow the grass along the trail.  We see other little things are occasionally done like weeds pulled, divots repaired and trash picked up. When many do a small part it makes a big difference!  Again, thanks to each one of you that contributes on your own way!

TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME
The Highwood Community Methodist church is inviting friends and community members to join them for the Voyager  baseball game on July 28, at 7:00 P.M. at the stadium in Great Falls. We have a suite reserved and will have food served, all you can eat and refreshments including soda, ice tea, lemonade, coffee.  Other drink choices can be purchased. Please come join neighbors and friends for a fun evening at the ballgame for $20.00 a person. Call Wayne Forder at 868-2918 for tickets or information.

C BAR N SUMMER CAMPS
It's time to be thinking about summer camp again! Montana Wilderness School of the Bible/C Bar N offers camps for kids entering grade 3 through those completing grade 12.  Just outside of Augusta, Montana, C Bar N is located in a beautiful mountain setting.  Kids camp for those entering grades 3-6 is held June 12-15. Cost is $125.00. Junior high camp for those entering grades 6-9 is June 18-22. Cost is $135.00.Senior high camp for those completing grades 8-12 is June 25-29. Cost is $135.00. Many Highwood kids have enjoyed these camps over the years. For more information or to register online go to their website cbarnmission.org/camps Financial help is available.  Contact Susie Ripley at 621-0125.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Children age four through students completing the grade five are invited to Vacation Bible School which will be held July 9-13 at the Highwood Community Hall from 9:00-11:30.  Join us on Sonlight Island for a week of fun including snacks, games and lessons.  We look forward to seeing you there! 

CALLING ALL MS AND HS STUDENTS
All middle school and high school students are invited to a picnic and hike at Bart and Jacque Diekhans ranch on May 26.  We will meet with some kids from Belt and Geyser at the school at 11:30 A.M. and head out from there.  If you have questions please call Susie Ripley at 621-0125.


SUMMER PEAK PROGRAM

BOW ED. CLASS
                                                                                                                                
TRIANGLE LEAGUE BASEBALL SCHEDULE




 

 



Contact us:

Highwood Public Schools
160 West Street South
Highwood, MT 59450
(406)733-2081
 Superintendent
 Jane Suberg
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