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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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Freshman Fears

May 30, 2014 – 2:30 pm | Comments Off on Freshman Fears
Freshman Fears

Junior Nick Becker caught redhanded bullying freshman Matt Sitter during class
 
 
 
“I was always scared of a freshman Initiation and how the upperclassmen were going to treat me,” said freshmen Chadelle Smith. Throughout the years of …

A new approach to the yearbook

May 22, 2014 – 1:58 pm | Comments Off on A new approach to the yearbook

This year the journalism class is trying something new.  Mr. Umphrey and his yearbook class have in past years created the yearbooks on their own printing the pages on site and binding the books using …

Senioritis Infects the Halls of PHS

May 20, 2014 – 2:11 pm | Comments Off on Senioritis Infects the Halls of PHS

Last Thursday PHS seniors created a senior countdown and taped it to the front doors of the school. It’s updated daily. Instead of finishing strong, most of the graduating class’s focus has surrounded the freedom …

Shake it up Shakespeare – Freshmen students take a new approach to learning about the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

May 19, 2014 – 2:20 pm | Comments Off on Shake it up Shakespeare – Freshmen students take a new approach to learning about the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

Every year freshmen students read Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, but this year Polson High School is experiencing a whole new twist on learning about this romantic tragedy. First year teacher at PHS, Patricia Luetzen, has …

How is that dress code working?

May 16, 2014 – 2:18 pm | Comments Off on How is that dress code working?
How is that dress code working?

 

 
Three students from Polson High School. Should this be allowed?
 There seem to be two “camps” when it comes to answering to this basic question: should the school have and enforce a dress code?
No: Many students …

Following the Sun to Polson, Montana

May 16, 2014 – 1:47 pm | Comments Off on Following the Sun to Polson, Montana
Following the Sun to Polson, Montana

Why do people live in Polson part time? “I love the mountains, the water, and the clarity of the air,” Ray Kordupleski said.
     Ray and Donna Kordupleski were living in New Jersey and were …

Mr. Umphrey’s English 11 class presents slide shows on the 1920’s

May 16, 2014 – 1:23 pm | Comments Off on Mr. Umphrey’s English 11 class presents slide shows on the 1920’s

Mr. Umphrey’s English 11 class is researching the 1920’s to better understand the book they are reading, “The Great Gatsby”. This book takes place during the roaring twenties and talks about flappers, jazz, and many …

Suitable for hanging

May 15, 2014 – 10:13 pm | Comments Off on Suitable for hanging

Suitable for Hanging by Donald Payton was performed by the high school theater group on Friday May ninth and Saturday May tenth. The play that the several high school students have been working hard on …

Polson High School Students Acting Out

May 15, 2014 – 2:12 pm | Comments Off on Polson High School Students Acting Out

Last week PHS theater students performed their play “Suitable for Hanging” on Friday and Saturday nights. The play was directed by Katie Rehberg and became a success.
The plot was about a young man named Charlie …

Breaking bread: an ode to the family meal

May 15, 2014 – 9:57 am | Comments Off on Breaking bread: an ode to the family meal

   
It’s always been the food.
When my great-great-grandparents came to America from Italy, they changed everything; their names, their clothes, their primary language, but they kept their recipes.
It is the food I remember about my great-grandmother …