CHS Track and Field— Good luck to our Colts and Fillies competing at the state B track and field meet this weekend in Great Falls. You can by tickets online by using the link and QR code to bypass lines or by tickets at the facility. Schedule is attached in the pictures. Go Colts! Go Fillies! https://gofan.co/app/school/MT17082?utm_source=GoFan&utm_medium=qrcode&utm_campaign=HQDashboardSchoolLink
CHS Divisional Track and Field-- Fillies took 2nd place as a team overall. Advancers to state are: Malea Egan in Long Jump 3rd place, 200 7th place Canzas Hisbadhorse in High Jump 2nd place Talen Rogers in Shot Put 2nd place Jamie Whitedirt in Shot put 1st place, Discus 1st place Gracie Bradley in 400 1st place, 100 3rd place, 100 Hurdles 1st place, and prequalified in Long jump and 300 Hurdles Weston Means in Long jump 4th place, High Jump 2nd place State is in Great Falls at Memorial Stadium Friday May 27th and Saturday May 28th. Nice work Colts and Fillies!
Divisional track and field— It is snowing really good in Laurel. Meet managers have push back the start time of the track meet back 1hr. Schedule will stay the same just adjusted.
CHS Track and Field— Update. This is the correct schedule of events for divisionals. They updated the schedule after I had already posted from last week. Good luck to Colts and Fillies at Divisional track and field in Laurel. Go Colts and Fillies!
CHS State Golf— Congratulations Abby Baer placing 7th overall at State B girls golf tournament. Nice work! #filliepower #makedust
CHS Golf— Abby Baer is in 5th place over all and Macy Burns is in 19th heading into day two of the State Class B tournament. Good luck Girls! Go Fillies!
SUPERINTENDENT NOTICE: Notice is hereby given to the governing Board and general public that the Steering Committee of the Governing Board for the Colstrip School District #19 will be held Thursday, May 19, 2022 beginning at 4:15 PM. The meeting can be attended at Colstrip High School in the Lower Level Commons.
CHS Golf— Good luck to our two Fillies competing at State golf meet in Fairmont today 5/17 and tomorrow 5/18. Go Fillies!
CHS District Track and Field— Fillies are District 3B champions and Colts are 3B 2nd place. Nice work Colts and Fillies!!
CHS Track and Field— Good luck to Colts and Fillies as they compete in the District track and field in Baker. Go Colts! Go Fillies!
FBMS Spring Concert Wednesday, May 18th at 7 pm in the FBMS Gym Please use the Auxiliary Gym/ Activity Entrance. Doors open at 6:45 pm and will close at 7:15 pm. See you all there!
SUPERINTENDENT NOTICE: Notice is hereby given to the governing Board and general public that the Facilities & Transportation Committee of the Governing Board for the Colstrip School District #19 will be held Monday, May 16, 2022 beginning at 4:15 PM. The meeting can be attended at Colstrip High School in the Lower Level Commons. Entry through Door 24 from the Lower Parking Lot.
CHS Track and Field-- District Track and Field has been move to Monday 5/16. If you have any questions please let me know. Andrew Torgerson, AD 406-740-0862 Andrew.email@example.com
CHS Golf-- Good luck to our CHS Colts and Fillies Golf team as they compete in their Divisional Golf Tournament held at Eagle Rock today. Start time for the tournament is 9:00 AM. Go Colts! Go Fillies!
SPRING POPS CONCERT for CHS will be in the auditorium on Tuesday, May 10th at 7:00 pm. See you there!
SUPERINTENDENT NOTICE: Notice is hereby given to the governing Board and general public that a regular meeting of the Governing Board for the Colstrip School District #19 will be held Monday May 9, 2022 beginning at 6:00 PM. The meeting can be attended at Colstrip High School in the Lower Level Commons. Entry through Door 24 from the Lower Parking Lot. The meeting can also be attended electronically through Zoom: Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwudOGqrjIpGN0P7XjLv0NIfWRv1SgJlSe4
SUPERINTENDENT NOTICE: The unofficial results from the Elections Administrator, Joanne Schrupp: Both general fund levies passed by margins of 44 (elementary) and 28 (high school). The results of the trustee election are as follows: Sarah Cookman - 97 Jon Currier - 191 *Tiffany Davenport - 368 DeeAnne Egan - 135 *Wade Steere - 427 Congratulations to the new school board members, Tiffany Davenport and Wade Steere, and a "super" job well done to everyone who assisted in passing the levies. Congratulations and thank you!
ELECTION NOTICE: The annual school election is Tuesday, May 3, 2022. The polling site is the Colstrip High School activities mezzanine. Please use the CHS Activities entrance (Door 10) in the upper parking lot when coming to vote. Polls will be open from Noon until 8:00 p.m. Absentee ballots can be dropped off at CHS Door 24 in the lower parking lot until 8:00 p.m. on the 3rd. Please remember to sign your affidavit envelope! If you are not registered to vote, you can register up to and including election day, May 3rd. You must register at the Rosebud County Clerk & Recorder's office in the Rosebud County Courthouse in Forsyth. You must return to Colstrip with your certificate in time to vote prior to the close of polls at 8:00 p.m.
CHS Track and Field— Congratulations to athletes being selected to Midland Roundtable Top Track meet Tuesday 5/3 in Laurel. Gracie Bradley: Compete in 100 M Hurdles and 300 M Hurdles. Selected for HJ and 400 M as well. Malea Egan: 400 M Canzas Hisbadhorse: HJ Talen Rogers: Shot put Jamie Whitedirt: Shot Put and Discus Weston Means: HJ and LJ Go Colts! Go Fillies!
SUPERINTENDENT NOTE: This week is so important as it is Teacher Appreciation Week (May 2-6)! As trite as it sounds, most educators don't get into this profession to make money, they are in it to make a difference. In cleaning up after COVID, they are working to bring our communities back together. Their classrooms are filled with numerous losses, mental health challenges, in addition to learning gaps that were created by the pandemic. Teachers are a part of so many different lives. They are MAKING DUST AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE! We need to recognize that teachers can provide the pathway back to normal. Our country needs public education and the people that serve our families more than ever. Teachers need support and we need more of them. Please take the time to let them know that they have your support. Take time to let them know that you appreciate the work they are doing. When you VOTE, keep teachers in mind. The payment that comes from appreciation does more for our youth than we know. I know we all appreciate the road that our teachers have been down serving our community during this pandemic. Let them know it. Go out of the way to give them a call, text, email or thank them personally. It is in giving that we receive. Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!