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March 22, 2019 – 2:04 pm | Comments Off on Reiners travels to state capital to discuss controversial topic

Julia Reiners is a junior at Polson High School and she placed 1st at the State Speech and Debate competition that was held in Belgrade, Montana. Reiners participated in Original Oratory with a speech about …

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Start of the 2014 Softball Season is Victorious

March 31, 2014 – 10:36 pm | Comments Off on Start of the 2014 Softball Season is Victorious

Polson’s Lady Pirates started their season with two wins at home on Saturday. They beat Butte Central with a score of 1-7. Many girls had a hard time getting hits due to a number of …

Trio Voronezh visits Polson

March 28, 2014 – 2:41 pm | Comments Off on Trio Voronezh visits Polson

Trio Voronezh, a musical ensemble that plays traditional Russian instruments for schools and concerts all across the United States, played for the Polson High School music students on Wednesday, March 26. Members of the trio …

Prom royalty: Kaelyn Binder and Jared Rubel

March 27, 2014 – 3:17 pm | Comments Off on Prom royalty: Kaelyn Binder and Jared Rubel

Linderman Gym was transformed into a “Gatsby”-themed wonderland of bright lights, shimmering dresses and bow ties. The “big event” of the evening was the announcement of prom royalty. The princess and prince were juniors Laura …

The type of woman I want to be

March 27, 2014 – 2:50 pm | Comments Off on The type of woman I want to be

  I hate it when I listen to a woman speaker, and she opens the discussion to question and answers, and some girl in the audience inevitably asks “what is it like being a woman …

Sharidan Russell shares Washington, D.C. experience

March 27, 2014 – 2:48 pm | Comments Off on Sharidan Russell shares Washington, D.C. experience

    I’d never experienced being “starstruck” before I went to Washington, D.C. on March 8 for the US Senate Youth Program. The program is an annual, week-long glamor tour of Washington, hosted by the …

Mrs.Hoxie blind folds her algebra two classes and sees if they can walk in a straight line

March 27, 2014 – 2:43 pm | Comments Off on Mrs.Hoxie blind folds her algebra two classes and sees if they can walk in a straight line

Mrs. Hoxie, a math teacher at Polson High School, conducted an investigation to determine how far students can walk blindfolded in a straight line before they go out of bounds. Hoxie is doing this with …

Basketball Awards Meeting

March 26, 2014 – 9:42 pm | Comments Off on Basketball Awards Meeting

Tuesday, the 2013-2014 girls basketball team, along with their parents, got together one last time to look back on their season. Mark Rochin handed out awards for the freshman girls and reported positive growth in …

SKC student Melody Small teaching PHS Chemstry

March 24, 2014 – 3:05 pm | Comments Off on SKC student Melody Small teaching PHS Chemstry

Melody Small is teaching the chemistry students about thermal chemistry, a unit that will last about three weeks.  Melody is a college student from SKC and is student teaching here, at Polson High School, for …

Appreciation for the Irish

March 24, 2014 – 2:48 pm | Comments Off on Appreciation for the Irish
Appreciation for the Irish

This month is Irish Appreciation Month. Makes sense being that March contains St. Patrick’s Day in one of its thirty one days.  St. Patrick’s Day gives an opportunity for the Irish to be recognized for …

Calculus students get a taste of math

March 22, 2014 – 11:30 am | Comments Off on Calculus students get a taste of math

Ms. Dupuis’ AP Calculus class got a taste of real-world math Friday morning when they engaged in a guacamole-making competition. The class broke into four teams and were each given two avocados, a tomato, and …