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  • Support RAD GRAD 2015!
    May 16th
    Visit MasterLube on Grand
    ALL proceeds go to Senior's
    RAD GRAD celebration! 

     
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  • Memorial Day
    No School
    May 25th

     
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  • Smarter Balanced Testing
    May 7, 8, 11, 12
    Thursday & Monday: periods 1-3
    Friday & Tuesday: periods 4-6
    Block Schedule Classes 

     
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  • Incentive Day
    Friday, May 29th

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  • Graduation
    MetraPark Arena
    May 31st

     
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  • Summer Vacation
    No School
    June 6th 

     
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Welcome to Senior High

 

Office Hours:
7:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday-Friday
 


View the amazing Art Work of Heather Nelstead in the Wildhorse Gallery. 
 
Valedictorians - your caps and gowns have arrived! 
 
Now on display at the Grand Avenue Gallery.  Clay and glass works created by Ceramic and Sculpture students.   
 
National Honor Society Members:  Pick up your honor cords for graduation in the Activities Office NOW - They cost $8. 
 
Seniors:  Activities has received another order of caps and gowns.  If you ordered yours late come see if it has arrived. 
 
Seniors!  Please pay all outstanding book, library and activities fines as soon as possible.  See Deborah Horton in Room 107.  Failure to pay fines will result in your diploma and transcript being withheld.   
 
Do you have children's books just waiting to be read again?  If so, BAM would like to take them off your hands.  Bring your gently used and new children's books to Senior.  Deposit them in the BAM BINS placed in front of the Main Office and Library.  Let's support Better Billings Literacy Initiative called Book Nooks and place books in the hands of children of Yellowstone County. 
 
Congratulations to Anthony Martinez for winning the 2015 MasterLube Mural Contest for Senior High!  Check out the amazing design at the MasterLube on Grand Avenue and vote for Senior High starting May 5th - May 15th on the MasterLube Facebook page.   
 
The Northern Experience!  MSU Northern Preview Day.  May 7th.  9:30 AM - 2:00 PM.  Register at www.msun.edu  See your counselor for more info.  A $500 tuition waiver will be given away.
 
Interested in running for Student Council next year?  If so, there is a MANDATORY meeting Thursday May 7th in Room 326.  Come at either 7:35 AM or 3:05 PM.  Applications to run will only be available at this time so don't miss it.   
 
Starting Friday May 8th applications for the 2015 - 2016 parking passes will be available.  Early morning students can purchase and turn in the applications on Tuesday, May 12th in Room 107.  Seniors can purchase and turn in the applications on Wednesday May 13th in Room 107.  Juniors can purchase and turn in the applications on Thursday May 14th in Room 107.  If there are parking passes left over then Sophomores can purchase and turn in applications on Friday, May 15th in Room 107.  There are strict requirements and the applications are not guaranteed to get you a pass.  If you have questions or concerns  . . . .  call Shelli Strouf at 281-5412.
 
The Montana Wilderness School will have a table set up near the Counseling Center during both lunches on Friday, May 8th.  The mission of the Montana Wilderness School is to provide empowering expeditionary wilderness courses to youth that foster personal growth and cultivate a conservation ethic through connecting with remote landscapes and wild places. 
 
High School Smarter Balanced Testing for Juniors has been rescheduled for May 7, May 8, May 11 and May 12.  The bell schedule will be:  Thursday the 7th and Monday the 11th Periods 1,2,3.  Students released at 3 PM.  Friday the 8th and Tuesday the 12th Periods 4,5,6.  Students released at 3 PM. 
 
Reps from the US Military Academies (Naval, Air Force, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine) and ROTC (Army, Navy, Air Force) Congressional Staff will be in Billings to provide information:  Saturday May 9th at 10 AM at the Billings Armed Forces Reserve Center 2901 Gable Road.  The host is Senator Jon Tester's Office.  See your counselor with questions. 
 
City College will be visiting with interested students during second period on May 11th.  Please sign up in the Counseling Office if you would like to see what fields you could pursue after high school. 
 
Clay Club Meeting:  May 12th in Room 115 from 3 PM to 5 PM.   
 
On May 12th the US Army will have a table set up near the Counseling Center during both lunches to visit with interested students.  Don't forget to stop by and sign up for the "go pro" camera that will be given away at the end of the year.   
 
The US Air Force will have a table set up near the Counseling Center on May 14th during both lunches to visit with interested students.   
 
Miss Montana Teen USA applications are in the Counseling Center.  Deadline is May 15th.   
 
Attention Seniors and Parents:  MasterLube Day is May 16th.  We need your help to make it a success.  Every penny we earn goes toward the GIFTS and CASH you will receive at the Rad Grad party.  We have 3 shifts available:  6:30 AM - 10 AM, 10 AM - 2 PM, 2 PM - 6 PM.  Seniors sign up in the Activities Office to work a shift.  Parents will contact Julie Whitworth at montanagirlsclub@gmail.com to sign up for a shift.  Please volunteer your time and bring your car in for an oil change to support the class of 2015. 
 
Awards Assembly for Seniors:  The awards assembly for Seniors will be May 20th from 1 PM to 3 PM in the New Gym.  This is for students who are notified only. 
 
No School May 25th. 
 
Locker Clean out for ALL students will be Tuesday, May 26th from 10 AM - 10:13 AM.   
 
Senior Breakfast will be Wednesday May 27th.   
 
Attendance Incentive Day May 29th. 
 
Graduation is Sunday, May 31st at 6 PM at the Rimrock Auto Arena.   Student need to arrive by 4:45 PM to practice the line up.
 
Donations Needed for Rad Grad.  Rad Grad is solely funded on donations from parents and the community.  If you would like to donate to Rad Grad please send your donation to Senior High School 425 Grand Avenue 59101 Attention Rad Grad 2015. 
 
Volunteers needed for RAD GRAD night May 31st from 9 PM - 4 AM working in 1 - 2 hour blocks (parents, grandparents, relatives, etc.)  The night is not possible without volunteers.  Please contact Alice Wilcox at reallynicemom@yahoo.com to volunteer. 
 
ATTENTION SENIORS:  Your lockers will be cleaned out the week of June 1st - June 5th.  All items need to be removed or they will be donated.   
 
Eagle Mount, YWCA Billings and the Billings Public Library are recruiting for VISTA Summer Associates to help build their child education programs.  The Housing Authority of Billings is recruiting associates to help with the community gardens.  A modest living allowance is paid every two weeks (approximately $447) for these positions.  Find more information at ci.billings.mt.us/summer  For more information or questions call Gina Simonetti at 406-247-8675. 
 
Graduating Seniors!  Interested in becoming trained for a Career in Fire Service?  See you counselor for more info about the Frenchtown Rural Fire Department. 
 
MSU B is offering 4 Young Scholars Summer Camps for 9 - 12 grades.  Stop by the Counseling Center for more information. 
 
Nova Summer Theatre School Camp:  Grades 9 - 12.  Information in the Counseling Center. 
 
Duke University is offering a Summer Academy for High School Students.  For more information:  http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students 
 
Latino Scholars of Promise Program.  Deadline is June 1st.  See your Counselor for an application and information.  Latino High School Students in any grade may attend a three day retreat in Bozeman, free of charge.  Students will receive support in applying to a university and college life in general.   
 
There is a group of ORCA Exchange Students coming from France June 12 - July 6th.  3 boys and 2 girls ages 15 - 16.  They all speak some English (there is a chaperon that is fluent that comes with them, she stays with the organizer) so the host family would not need to speak French.  The students come with their own spending money and medical insurance.  If you would like to host a student or know some one who would like to, they can live with in 150 miles of Billings.  The main reason for them coming to the US is to experience the American teenage way of life and practice their own English.  If you want more information, please call Jan Pursell at 670-8137 or email her at jjppc@hotmail.com 
 
Montana Tech is holding a one week summer camp for young women entering their sophomore or junior year who are interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).  Camp is June 21- June 26 in Butte.  For more information go to mtech.edu/mines-camp or call 1-800-445-TECH or stop by the Counseling Center for an information/registration packet.  Students should be entering their Sophomore or Junior year in the Fall of 2015.  Scholarships are available - check with your counselor for more info. 
 
What a Blast Mining Camp!  June 21st - June 26th on the Montana Tech Campus.  This camp is focused on the mining engineering industry and will teach participants the benefit of the mining industry, environmental stewardship and sustainability.  The camp is for students entering their junior or senior year in the fall.  Applications deadline is April 10 2015 and scholarships are available.  Stop by the counseling office for more information and an application. 
 
The Billings Downtown Rotary Club is sponsoring a Freshman student from our school to attend their 2015 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) conference to be held at Luccock Park Camp near Livingston July 14 - 18, 2015.  Please see your counselor for applications. 
 
MedStart Summer Camp will take place on Montana Tech's campus July 19 - July 23rd.  This camp is offered throughout the summer and on different campuses.  It focuses on the high demand careers in the healthcare industry.  More information can be found at www.scmtahec.org/med-start-summer-camp 
 
Adventures of the Mind or "Ted for Teens!  Imagine Astronauts, Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners, Top Scholars and Scientists all in one room sharing their life stories, providing by example that students can achieve anything and providing a roadmap to refer to.  August 2nd - 9th at Rosemont College in Philadelphia PA.  Visit:  www.adventuresofthemind.org for more information.  Scholarships and travel grants available.  See your counselor ASAP if interested. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

 

 


 

 
 
 
 

Senior High Activities Schedule

  • MONDAY – May 4
    SOFTBALL – JV2 vs Lewistown 3:00/5:00 HOME
    TUESDAY – May 5
    Sports Physicals 3:30 - 4:30
    Orthopedic & Sports Med Center
    2702 8th Ave No - $20 - no appt required
    WEDNESDAY – May 6
    LATE IN
    BPS JV Track Pole Vault Meet – 3:30
    Sports Physicals 3:30 - 4:30
    Orthopedic & Sports Med Center
    2702 8th Ave No - $20 - no appt required
    THURSDAY – May 7
    TRACK – B/G All levels – City Meet   3:30 HOME
    SOFTBALL – JV/V @ West @ Will James Complex 5/5:00
    Sat Live Mtg – Library – 7:00
    FRIDAY – May 8
    SOFTBALL – JV2 @ Skyview 5:30
    TENNIS – B/G Divisional 9:00 HOME
    SATURDAY – May 9
    TENNIS – B/G Divisional 9:00 HOME
    AAU Volleyball – both gyms

    SUNDAY – May 10
    AAU Volleyball – both gyms

     

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