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September 14, 2017

 
                                   

BREAKFAST LUNCH
Fri., Sept. 15: Bagel w/Cream Cheese Mini Corn Dogs
Mon., Sept. 18: Pumpkin Bread Spaghetti
Tues., Sept. 19: Cereal Fish Nuggets
Wed., Sept. 20: Coffee Cake Chicken Patty Sandwich
Thurs., Sept. 21: Scrambled Eggs Chef Salad

There is a school board meeting this evening (September 14), at 6:30 P.M. at the school.

RIVAL H.S. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sat., Sept. 16: Rivals vs. Augusta (A) 1:00 P.M.
Fri., Sept. 22: Rivals vs. Power Dutton Brady (H-Highwood) 7:00 P.M.
Fri., Sept. 29: Rivals vs. Valier (H-Highwood) 7:00 P.M. Homecoming
Sat., Oct. 7: Rivals vs. Sunburst (A) 6:00 P.M.
Sat., Oct. 14: Rivals vs. Big Sandy (H-Geraldine) 1:00 P.M.
Wed., Oct. 18: Rivals vs. North Star (H-Highwood) 2:00 P.M.


RIVAL M.S. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sat. Sept. 16: Rivals vs. Winifred/Roy (A-Winifred) 11:00 A.M. please note, this is an addition
Mon., Sept. 18: Rivals vs. Big Sandy (A) 4:00 P.M.
Fri., Sept. 22: Rivals vs. Power Dutton Brady (H-Highwood) 4:00 P.M.
Fri., Sept. 29: Rivals vs. Valier (H-Highwood) 4:00 P.M.
Mon., Oct. 2: Rivals vs. DGS (A-Geyser) 4:00 P.M.
Sat., Oct. 7: Rivals vs. Sunburst (A) 3:00 P.M.


RIVALS H.S. VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE
Fri., Sept. 15: Rivals vs. Power (A) 6:00/+20
Sat., Sept. 16: Rivals vs. Centerville (A) 6:00/+20
Thurs., Sept. 21: Rivals vs. Ft. Benton (H-Geraldine) 6:00/+20
Sat., Sept. 23: Rivals vs. Belt (H-Geraldine) 6:00/+20
Thurs., Sept. 28: Rivals vs. Centerville (H-Highwood) 6:00/+20
Sat., Sept. 30: Fort Benton Showcase TBA


RIVALS M.S. VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE
Fri., Sept. 15: Rivals vs. Power (A) 4:00/5:00
Sat., Sept. 16: Rivals vs. Centerville (A) 4:00/5:00
Thurs., Sept. 21 Rivals vs. Ft. Benton (H- Geraldine) 4:00/5:00
Sat., Sept. 23: Rivals vs. Geraldine (H-Geraldine) 4:00/5:00
Thurs., Sept. 28: Rivals vs. Centerville (H-Highwood) 4:00/5:00
 

MIDDLE SCHOOL FLOAT TRIP CANCELLED
Due to the snow possibilities, wind, rain and low temperature this Saturday, we will be postponing our 6th grade float trip until a later date.

SMITHSONIAN PIE AUCTION
The annual Smithsonian Pie Auction will see a bit of a twist this year.  Instead of happening during the basketball season, the Smithsonian Pie Auction will take place at halftime of the varsity home football game on September 22nd


against Power-Dutton-Brady.  Please come out and support our Smithsonian students as they get set to venture along the Eastern Seaboard in 2018. The students would like to thank you greatly for your support!

COMMUNITY NEWS


CELL PHONES AND EMERGENCIES
I think we are all addicted to our cell phones, and in the case of emergencies, they can be priceless.  Please remember, though, that when you dial 911 on your cell phone, you may not get your intended dispatch center. I don't know if even a cell technician can fully explain, but basically your signal may hit a tower that directs to the wrong dispatch center per your location.  The local dispatch centers work well together, We have had at least two fires this summer that went to the Cascade County dispatch center; they then transferred the information to Chouteau County and they then paged us.   Even though this works, it adds another layer to the situation that increases response time and possibility of getting crucial information wrong. One thing to do is first ask what dispatch center you have. If it's the wrong one, ask them to connect you to the one you want if they can.  Another solution is to program a direct number to the dispatch center you will typically want onto your phone. You can label it "fire", "police", "emergency", whatever you want as long as you can remember it under stressful conditions.  Of course, if you are traveling and out of the jurisdiction of your local dispatch center, dialing 911 makes the most sense.  Thank you for making Highwood such a fire safe community! Rudi

BOOSTER CLUB MEETING
The Booster Club will be having a short meeting Tuesday, September 19, at Elmo’s Highwood Bar at 6:30 P.M. If you are unable to attend the meeting and would like current information, please contact Terry Adamson at 738-4567. Hope to see you there!

BOOSTER CLUB HOMECOMING PLANS
The Booster Club is asking for donations for the
annual chili dinner during the football game on September 29, 2017. If you can donate a pie for the dinner, please drop them off at the school before 4:00 P.M. on Friday, September 29. Please call Terry Adamson at 738-4567 for additional information. The Booster Club thanks you for your support.

BABY SHOWER!
A baby shower will be held for Aubrey Edwards on September 23 at 10:00.A.M.. at the Highwood Community Hall.  Aubrey is registered at Target.

HIGHWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Highwood Public Library will be open on Monday and Wednesday from 4:00 – 6:00 P.M. beginning September 11th. We are pleased to be able to provide this opportunity for the Highwood community with the support of the Chouteau County Library.  Jessica McGowan will be the librarian, and if you have any questions, please contact her at 733-2081.  We look forward to seeing you there.

COSTA RICA TRIP!
If zip lining in a tropical cloud forest, kayaking at the base of a volcano, & listening to howler monkeys appeals to you, you should join in a trip to Costa Rica next summer! Miss Hiatt will be leading a group of young (& some not-so-young) adults on a nine day excursion in Costa Rica at the end of the school year. Although only Belt people are signed up, it’s open to Highwood students/adults as well. There will be a final informational meeting on Wednesday, September 20th in Seņorita Hiatt’s classroom at Belt School. Meeting time is 6:00 PM, and snacks and beverages will be provided. If you’re interested, but cannot attend the meeting in Belt, please contact Miss Hiatt at (406) 788-4428, or e-mail at khiatt@beltschool.com or khiatt@highwood.k12.mt.us - please take some time to learn about this amazing opportunity!

GIRL SCOUTS!
Girl Scouts believes in a community where every girl has the opportunity to dream big, shine, and accomplish amazing things. Girl Scouts is that place! Girl Scouts are big thinkers, groundbreakers, and role models. Girl Scouts design robots, start garage bands and improve their communities – and yes, they sell the best cookies on the planet! When she’s a Girl Scout, she’s also a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)TM. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Kali Tuckerman for more information! Email (kalijcant@gsmw.org) Phone: 1-800-736-5243 ext. 2112.

LADIES’ NIGHT OUT
Ladies, the Highwood Women’s Club invites you to join the celebration of “Every Little Thing” with dinner and friends:
    Place: Elmo’s Highwood Bar        Date:  Monday, October 9, 2017
    Time:  6:00 P.M.                           Cost:   $12.00 per person
If you would like to anonymously share a dinner with a friend, pay it forward by contacting Kellie Settera @ 788-0152 or Arlene Hartman @ 781-5162.  A dinner ticket will be sent to your friend! We are looking forward to the fun with you!

LAWN MOWING OPPORTUNITY
We are looking for someone to mow our lawn next spring/summer at 4715 Upper Highwood Creek Rd (next to Marge Gray on the Harris Land and Cattle Ranch).  We have roughly 1/5 acre of grass to be mowed. We mow with a push mower ourselves that is sufficient but if someone has a riding mower it would probably only take 15-20 minutes. The pay rate is negotiable. We would like to have it mowed every 2-3 weeks for the spring and summer. Please contact Geoff Pampush at 406.388.7717 for more information.
 
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Contact us:

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