March 20, 2018
Hall Duty: Noon School:
Mrs. Rask Mrs. Harris
Tuesday, March 20
Wednesday, March 21
Co op board meeting changed to March 28
Thursday, March 22
Parent/Teacher Conferences 4pm-7pm
Child Find 8am-3pm
JH track practice begins
Friday, March 23
Explore America students depart
Congratulations to our High School Academic Olympic Contestants
Thor Lancaster 1st in Math and Science overall, 5th in English and 7th in Social Studies
Sapphire Baxter 10th in English
Walker Ator 10th in Social Studies
Kiyah Meade 9th in Science and English
Congratulations to our FFA Students at Leadership Development Event in Culbertson.
Walker Ator placed 1st in Greenhand
Spencer Rudningen placed 2nd in Junior Creed
Issac Johnson placed 3rd in Creed
Walker and Spencer will be going to State April 4-7!
Anyone interested in being on the Medicine Lake School Board.
The last day for Trustee Candidates to file will be March 29.
Forms can be picked at up the HS office for anyone interested.
On Monday, March 26 the Board of Education will be gathering to host a Public Meet and Greet from 4:00pm to 7:00pm in the Medicine Lake Multipurpose Room for our future Superintendent J Lail. Soup supper will be served. All are invited to attend.
No School-March 30-April 2
Adult Ed Classes: contact the High School Office to sign up for classes or teach a class
NEW Quilting Classes:
March 22-April 5 and 19th- “One Block Wonder with a Panel”
Monday-Thursday workout with Ashley 4:15-5:15—$25 in district and $30 out of district.
New Spin/sculpt classes: Tuesday’s 7-8pm, Thursday’s 6:30-7:30pm
Lunch Today: fajitas, rice, salad, grapes, ice cream
Breakfast tomorrow: waffles, juice, fruit, ham, yogurt
Lunch tomorrow: cheeseburger, fries, baked beans, watermelon
Medicine Lake District #7 is a K-12 public, rural, fully OPI-accredited school. The Medicine Lake School District is located in the town of Medicine Lake in Sheridan County. Medicine Lake is located in the northeast corner of “Big Sky” Montana with a population of 400. Medicine Lake is named for Northeastern Montana’s largest natural lake, which features natural beauty and wildlife. The nearby Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge offers an opportunity for hunting, fishing, boating, ornithology, and photography. The community of Medicine Lake is very supportive of the school district, which is tremendously appreciated. Medicine Lake is classified as a Class C school district for participation in the Montana High School Association activities program.
The Medicine Lake School District has 105 students enrolled for the 2017-2018 school year. The District employed 18 FTE teachers for the 2017-2018 school year.
Website for Students and Parents about college: why to go, how to go, and how to pay for college or other postsecondary education programs. www.college.gov