What's happening this week?
March 26, 2015
|Friday, March 27:
||Biscuits & Gravy
|Monday, March 30:
|Tuesday, March 31:
|Wednesday, April 1:
|Thursday, April 2:
||Bagel & Cream Cheese
||Hamburger Nachos-Darren’s favorite
EASTER BREAK BEGINS FRIDAY,
SCHOOL WILL RESUME ON TUESDAY,
SENIOR CITIZEN INVITATION
The kitchen staff extends an
invitation to Highwood Senior Citizens and Grandparents to join us for
Easter dinner at the school on April 1st at 11:20 A.M. The menus for
the lunch includes ham, au gratin potatoes, peas, deviled eggs and a
cupcake! Please come join us! If you are planning on coming, please
give the school a call prior to April 1st.
Petitions are now
available. Two (2) trustee positions currently filled by Mr. Mike
McGowan and Mr. Colter Tinsen are open for election. The openings
include one 1-year position and one 3-year position. If you
are a resident and a registered voter of the Highwood School District
and are interested in serving as a trustee on the Highwood School
Board, petitions must be filed with the Highwood District Clerk, Arlene
Hartman, on or before 5:00 P.M March 26, 2015. Please contact
Arlene @ 406-733-2081 or email@example.com to request a
A voter must register by
Monday, April 6, 2015 in order to vote in the upcoming school election
on May 5, 2015. Registration card are available at the Chouteau
County Court House, the Highwood District office, or online @
HIGHWOOD COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP
The Board of Directors of the
Highwood Community Scholarship invites you to apply for the 2015
Highwood Community Scholarship. This scholarship was initiated during
the Highwood Alive in ’95 reunion. Mr. Ed Gossack of Salem, Oregon and
his brothers and sister established this scholarship in memory of their
parents, Ben and Elsie Gossack, who operated the Highwood Mercantile
for more than sixty years. Donations and memorials from other Highwood
alumni and supporters have augmented this initial gift.
This year four scholarships
will be awarded at graduation to four qualified applicants. Three
will be awarded in the amount of $1,000 to seniors going on to an
accredited post-secondary institution, and one $1000 scholarship will
be awarded to an alumnus who his continuing his or her studies.
Accredited schools are listed in The College Board College
If you qualify for this
scholarship, pick up an application from your school counselor or
download the application from the school website online, fill it out
completely and neatly, attach a current transcript, and return it to
the counseling office on or before April 15, 2015. A committee
from the community will select the winner(s).
|MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
|Thurs., March 26:
||Highwood vs. Winnett/Grass Range (A-at Stanford) 4:00GB/5:00BB/6:00GA/7:00BA
|Fri., March 27:
||Highwood vs. Geraldine (H) 2:00GB/3:00BB/4:00GA/5:00BA
|Sat. March 28:
||Highwood vs. Winifred/Roy (A-at Winifred) 11:00GB/12:00BB/1:00GA/2:00BA
|Mon., March 30:
||Highwood vs. DGS (A-at Denton) 4:00GB/5:00BB/6:00GA/7:00BA
|this game has been moved from 3/21due to the MS Music Festival
|Tues., March 31:
||Highwood vs. Belt (H) 4:00GB/5:00BB/6:00GA/7:00BA
|Thurs., April 2:
||Highwood vs. Tri-Cities (A- at Hobson) 4:00GB/5:00BB/6:00GA/7:00BA
|Thurs., April 9:
||Highwood vs. Belt (H) 4:00GB/5:00BB/6:00GA/7:00BA please note date change
| this game has been moved from 3/21due to the MS Music Festival
|HIGH SCHOOL GOLF MEET SCHEDULE
|Friday, March 27:
||Marias Open in Shelby 9:00 A.M.
|Monday, April 6:
||Centerville/Belt Meet in Fort Benton 9:00 A.M.
|Friday, April 10:
||Choteau JV 9:00 A.M.
|Sat., April 11:
||Choteau V 9:00 A.M.
SPORTS BOOSTER BUTTONS
The basketball season has come
and gone, and the buttons Booster Club makes for parents and fans to
wear have been put away for another year. There are still several
individuals who need to pay for those buttons. Buttons are $1.00 each
and please settle up with Gracie Long.
3 RIVERS COMMUNICATION
3 Rivers Communications is
holding an informational meeting on Thursday, March 26t at 7:00 P.M. at
the Community Hall regarding fiber optics coming to Highwood. The
meeting will provide information regarding how it will effect the
community, what we can expect, when we can expect it and more. 3 Rivers
management will be giving a short presentation followed by a question
and answer session. A Notary Public will be available at the meeting to
aid in processing easement paperwork. Refreshments will be served.
FREE HUNTER EDUCATION AND
FIREARM SAFETY CLASS
A free Hunter Education and
Firearm Safety Class will be held at the Highwood Community Hall in
Highwood, MT. Monday March 30, 2015 through Saturday April 4,
2015. Classes will be from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Monday through
Friday and on Saturday 8:00 A.M. until done. Registration can be
done on the MT FWR.gov web site or the first night of class. Parents or
guardians must accompany youth to register the first night of class if
not done on-line. It is open to adults as well as youth.
Youth 11 years of age who reach 12 years of age by January 16, 2015 may
take the class and then will be able to hunt after August 15, 2015.
Youth ages 12 through 17 years old are required to take Hunter
Education to hunt in Montana. Also all first time adult hunters
born after January 1, 1985 must complete a Hunter Education Class
before purchasing a hunting license in Montana.
Taking this class will fulfill
the requirement for the firearms safety course for adults 18 years old
or older that want to apply for or would like to apply for a Concealed
Weapons Permit. For more information contact Dan Grove at
733-2125 or Scott Tinklenberg at 733-2314
HIGHWOOD COMMUNITY DIRECTORY
Thanks to all who have made
sure they are to be included in the new Highwood Community Directory!
For those of you who haven’t had the opportunity to sign up, there are
several ways you can be certain to be included! You can stop by the
office, call the office at 733-2081, email Pat at
firstname.lastname@example.org , or call Jayne Plouffe at 733-2244.
|Highwood Public Schools
160 West Street South
Highwood, MT 59450