Medicine Lake School
February 23, 2018
Divisional basketball at Wolf Point TBA
Please read: Co-op policy rules and procedures
TRAVEL: Coaches and advisors will travel with the team or activity participants on the transportation provided by the districts. All participants must ride on the transportation provided by the districts to games, practices or other co-op activities. If a student chooses not to ride the transportation provided by the district after an away game or activity, a written note from the parent or guardian must be given to the coach or advisor. Students will only be released to a parent or guardian who is present at 6 the game or activity. Any alternatives must be in writing and approved by the district Administrator or Athletic Director of the district in which the student is enrolled before departing for the activity. If a parent or guardian is not present at the activity, students will only be released to a district pre-approved adult.
***HAPPY BIRTHDAY MEGAN HOFFMAN***
Medicine Lake Honker Foundation annual member event-Friday, March 16th.
Tickets available at the office.
FFA Week: Dress up Event
Friday: Fancy Friday Emblem Search
Adult Ed Classes: contact the High School Office to sign up for any classes
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 starting March 1st: Tuesday’s 7-8pm, Thursday’s 6:30-7:30pm
Lunch Today: chicken nuggets, fries, carrots, peaches
Breakfast Monday: cereal, muffin, fruit, juice
Lunch Monday: chicken alfredo, peas and carrots, strawberries, roll
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