Winter Drivers Education Signups - Through October 31st in the Main Office. Cost is $245 and needs to be paid when you sign up. Classes begin December 2nd. This is a lottery drawing and the list of names will be posted on November 5th outside the Main Office.
BAM Movie Night: October 31st. We will be watching Fahrenheit 451. Bring treats and a friend to Room 126. Plan to stay until 5:00 PM.
Interact Club meets every other Tuesday at 7:30 PM in the Library Reference Room. If you have questions - see MacKenzie Umemoto in Room 130.
Looking for Broncs! The Bronc Express would love to hear from your family's story if you are part of a multiple Bronc generation family. Have at least one of your parents or grandparents graduated from Senior? We would like to hear from you. Please come to the library and write down your contact information by Friday, November 14th and Clarissa Murray will get in touch with you.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Homework help is available every Wednesday and Thursday after school in Room 128. Come along to enjoy a friendly environment with a tutor.
Drama Club and Thespian Troupe 555 are participating in Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat, to benefit the Billings Food Bank. Please bring non-perishable food or cash donations next to the box in front of the Main Office and help our community.
Voice of Democracy Scholarship - Open to students in grades 9 - 12. Write and record a short essay to compete for scholarships. This year's theme is Why Veterans are important to our Nation's History and Future. See your counselor for an application. Deadline is November 1st.
CODEMontana High School Programming Contest: Saturday, November 1st. Rocky Mountain College. FREE. Register at http://cs.rockey.edu/CodeMontana
Attention Seniors: November 3rd. 3 PM - 4 PM. MSUB will be in Room 124 to assist you with your MSUB college application.
The Marines will have a table set up outside of the Counseling Center to visit with interested students on November 4th during both lunches.
Lunch and Learn: November 5th. Seniors (12th Grade Only) - FREE college application day. You can apply to colleges in Montana without paying the application fee. Bring your lunch and your Senior friends.
College Application Drive Announcement: Wednesday, November 5th there will be a college application drive. Students will be able to come to room 124 from 8 - 9 AM, the Library Reference Room periods 1-6, and the Library during lunch. Montana Public Schools will be deferring their application fees. The drive allows students to apply to a few two year and four year schools and only pay the application fee for the school they attend. Student transcripts will be supplied by the Library, students should bring their most recent ACT/SAT scores, permanent mailing addresses and social security numbers to the Library. We will look forward to seeing you, if you have any questions or need more information - ask your school counselor before Wednesday November 5th.
MT Tech Day: Friday, November 7th. 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM. Register at ...... www.mtech.edu/admissions/first-year/campus. See your counselor with questions.
American Youth Leadership Program of Thailand: Summer 2015. All expense paid International Exchange Program. Information and applications in the Counseling Center. Deadline is November 9th.
Lunch and Learn: November 12th. Senior High Murals. Ever wondered how people actually got permission to paint on the walls at Senior? Hannah Lose and members of the Senior High Save Our Mural Committee will be updating us on the history of our murals and how their project is going. This is part of our 75th Anniversary Lunch and Learn series.
Teen Programs at Billings Public Library: Teens in grades 6 - 12. November 13th from 4 PM - 5 PM. This is a new program that will happen every 2nd Thursday of the month. Each month will be a different craft type program. This month we are going to be making crafts using old comic books. To register call 657-8258.
Lunch and Learn: November 19th. Freelance Writer/Jounalist Adrian Jawort (Northern Cheyenne) and Little Big Horn College Lecturer Luella Brien (Crow) will be presenting on contemporary Native American Literature. They will talk about common themes as well as diversity in approaches and read excerpts from their recently published short stories.
Teen Programs at Billings Public Library: Teens in grades 6 - 12. November 20th from 4 PM - 6 PM. Teens will compete in a Training Arena just like in the Hunger Games. There will be Archery, Capitol make-up, Peeta's cookie decorating, a Cornucopia challenge, knot tying and edible plant detection. Register by calling 657-8258.
Coffee with the Principal: November 20th at 8:30 AM in Room 313. RSVP Kim at: email@example.com
Winter Formal: November 22nd. Dance starts at 8:30 AM and is at the Holiday Inn Convention Center. Tickets are $10.
Attention Seniors: Your Senior portrait for the yearbook is due December 1st. Your photos may be indoors or outdoors and should be a full color head and shoulders shot with no props. Bring your photos to Room 206 or drop them off in the Main Office.
Attention Seniors: If you would like a baby ad in the 2015 yearbook, bring your photo with a caption of 15 words or less and $30.00 to Room 206 or drop it by the Main Office by December 1st.
Creative Patriotic Art Contest: Grades 9 - 12. 1st Place: $10,000 Scholarship (National Level) Deadline is March 31st.