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Happening this week.

October 1, 2015


Friday, October 2: Coffee Cake Assorted Sandwiches
Monday, October 5: Breakfast Pizza Chicken Wrap
Tuesday, October 6: Cinnamon Toast Swirl Lasagna
Wednesday, October 7: Pancake on a Stick Chili
Thursday, October 8: Scrambled Eggs Corn Dog

Mon., Oct. 5: Rivals JV only vs. Moore (A) 4:00 PM
Sat., Oct. 10: Rivals vs. Heart Butte (A) 1:00 P.M.
Wed., Oct. 14: Rivals vs. Sunburst (A) 3:00 P.M.
Fri., Oct. 23: Rivals

Sat., Oct. 3: Rivals vs. North Star (A-Rudyard) 10:00 A.M.
Sat., Oct. 10: Rivals vs. Heart Butte (A) 10:00 A.M.
Wed., Oct. 14: Rivals vs. Sunburst (A) noon
Fri., Oct. 23: Rivals vs. Big Sandy (H) 4:00 P.M.

Thurs., Oct. 1: Rivals vs. Centerville (A) 5:00/+20/+20
Sat., Oct. 3: Fort Benton Showcase
Thurs., Oct. 8: Rivals vs. Big Sandy (A) 5:00/+20/+20
Sat., Oct. 10: Rivals vs. GFCC (A) 4:30/+20/+20
Mon., Oct. 12: Rivals vs. Cascade (A) 6:00/+20
Tues., Oct. 13: Rivals vs. Ft. Benton (A) 4:30/+20/+20

Fri., Oct. 2: MS Volleyball vs. Centerville (A) 4:00HA/5:00GA
Fri., Sat., Oct. 8-9: Junior High Tournament at MSDB in Great Falls TBA

Smithsonian Community Calendars have arrived! Please stop by to purchase one in support of our Smithsonian Students. Cost remains $10.00!

The Fall Music Concert is Tuesday, October 27, 7:00 PM at the Highwood School Gym. Don't miss this fun-filled, autumn spectacle! Elementary, Middle School and High School choirs and bands perform. Support our students and see what they're learning in music classes.

The Chouteau County Health Department will hold a flu shot clinic for students at the school on Thursday, October 8th. Participation is strictly voluntary and not required. This is for your convenience if you would like your student to have a flu shot. Information and a parent consent sheet was sent out last week with the weekly bulletin. On the consent form, there is a place to include your insurance information and the Health Dept. will bill your insurance for the cost. However, if your insurance does not cover the cost of the flu vaccine, the cost is $20.00.
Checks should be made out to the Chouteau County Health Dept.  Students must have a signed and completed consent form turned in by Thursday, October 1st, so they are certain to bring adequate vaccine.

 Classrooms are gathering Boxtops for Education again this year.  Please be looking for box top forms in Thursday envelopes.  The elementary classroom that gathers the most box tops by October 25th will receive a special treat.  Proceeds will be used to purchase new playground balls and equipment. 

Lifetouch will be here on Tuesday, October 13 at 1:00 PM to take picture retakes. If you missed picture day, this is your opportunity to get pictures, or if you wish to have your student’s picture retaken, you must return your pictures on October 13th in order to have pictures retaken. The Middle School Volleyball pictures will be taken at this time as well.

The Student Council needs one hundred 14 oz. cans (2 7/8" diameter and 4 3/8" tall) WITH RIDGES  for centerpieces they're making for the state student council conference in October.  They are hoping to round up most of them by October 6, so they can use them to make the decorations on October 7. 
Send the cans with your kids, or drop them by the school.  Call Jane Suberg with questions!  Thanks for your help!

The canoe trip for the 5th - 7th grades has been rescheduled for Monday, October5th, if the weather holds. 


Ms. Salanky has been hard at work, along with nine others in the Great Falls Cohort, working to earn her Master’s degree in Education.  This spring they will graduate, and are hoping to travel together to Boston, to attend their graduation.
 To help with travel costs, the Great Falls Cohort is selling RAFFLE TICKETS --- prizes include a handmade quilt, handmade table runner with matching napkins and placemats, and a gift card bouquet. The drawing will be held at the end of November, and you don't need to be present to win. Raffle tickets cost $1 each OR 6 tickets for $5.

Aaron and Fusae Vaughn from Upper Highwood are looking for a place in the Highwood area (within school bus range) to buy or rent -- preferably to purchase.  They are looking for a home with 3 to 4 bedrooms. Anyone with a prospective home or location information, contact them at 733-2581 or aaron.b.vaughn@gmail.com. Thanks!

Good News Club will begin Tuesday, October 6 and will be held on Tuesday afternoons at the Highwood Methodist Church from the time school ends until 5:00 P.M. Students will ride the bus from the school to the Methodist Church. Good News Club is a non-denominational Christian after-school program for grades PK - 5 and includes a snack, song time, a bible story and more! For questions please call Willow Tinklenberg at 733-2314 or Jenni Bryce at 738-4283. We look forward to seeing your kids there!

The first meeting of the Arrowhead 4-H Club for the 2015-2016 Year will be held October 11th, 2015 at the Community Hall.  4-H is the youth development program of Montana State University Extension and is the largest, out-of-school youth development program in the state.  4-H is open to all youth ages 6-19 years of age regardless of where you live. Six to eight year olds can also join as Cloverbuds to explore the variety of programs available in 4-H while having fun in a non-competitive environment. Nine to 19 year olds can enroll in specific projects like archery, dog, swine, forestry, woodworking or any of the more than 100 different projects offered.  4-H encourages community service and the Arrowhead Club has been involved in providing Christmas treats to the Senior Center, making Christmas center pieces for the Community food bank and the Adopt-A-Highway road clean-up project.  Anyone interested in 4-H is encouraged to attend the October meeting; there is no obligation to join.  If you have any questions, please contact Kelly Crowder at 733-2318 or crowder0610@msn.com.

The Goodemoot and Bryce families are leading a First Lego League (FLL) team this year.  In FLL, the children program an autonomous robot to score points on a playing field, create innovative solutions to a problem, all while being guided by the FLL Core Values. These three elements - the Robot Game, Project, and FLL Core Values - make up the yearly challenge.  This year’s challenge is researching and finding innovative solutions to an aspect of our global trash problem.  First Lego League is open to children in 4th through 8th grade.  We are open to adding a few seriously committed children. We have limited space for a maximum of 4 more kids to join us on our endeavor. We are expecting to meet in one of our private residences, 3 or so times per week, and need parental involvement.  Some planning and preparatory work has already begun and we will be continuing to work diligently through the final competition, which is February 7, 2016.  There may be some costs associated with this endeavor. For more information on FLL, visit their webpage at http://www.firstlegoleague.org .  If you and your child are interested, please give one of us a call soon.  Amy Goodemoot 733-2272 or Jenni Bryce 738-4283.



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Highwood, MT 59450
 Becky Aaring