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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

Please return to the Main Office if found:  Samsung Galaxy S5 with an orange, black and camo case. 
Bronc Nation Literary Arts Magazine is now selling books.  The cost is $10 and you can purchase in Room 107 with Deborah.  The proceeds go towards next years magazine.   
Check out the Wild Horse Gallery to view the Senior Shows of:  Wyatt DeVera, Rebecca Bierwagen and Brenden Fritzler.   
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.   
PARKING PASSES FOR THE 2015 - 2016 SCHOOL YEAR ARE SOLD OUT!  Passes will be handed out at the end of the day on the first day of school in a mandatory meeting in the Auditorium.
Locker Clean out for ALL students will be Tuesday, May 26th from 10 AM - 10:13 AM.   
Billings Public Schools P Grade Appeal Process:  Should a student who is passing a class go over his/her ten allowed absences in a semester, the student may receive a P grade in each class for which he/she would have otherwise earned a passing grade.  If that student wishes to receive the letter grade instead of the P grade, he/she may appeal for the letter grade.  An appeal is a request of review of original credit and is not automatic or guaranteed.  Students whose absences are appropriately documented medical or other legitimate waivers may be reasons for approval.  IT IS THE STUDENTS RESPONSIBILITY TO OBTAIN AN APPEAL FORM FROM THEIR RESPECTIVE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL"S OFFICE.  Please fill out the appeal form completely and return to the assistant principal's office before semester finals June 4 & 5 (May 26 & 28 for Graduating Seniors). 
Senior Breakfast will be Wednesday May 27th.   7:00 AM - 8:30 AM in the Courtyard.  Tile Painting after school.
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 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.   
LOCKER CLEAN OUT ALL STUDENTS:  This will take place the last day of school June 5th.  Items will be donated.  Please remove all personal belongings from your locker. 
AmeriCorps VISTA is recruiting for Summer Associate positions that will start on June 1st 2015.  The Summer Associate Opportunities are available to anyone who is a recent high school graduate or older.  Please visit their website at or stop by the Counseling Center for more information. 
Wanted!  Muscular Dystrophy Association Camp Volunteers:  Counselors serve as a "buddy" for the week and participate in activities with the campers.  You must be 16 years of age to volunteer.  Contact:  Wendy Jam at or call 406-655-9000 for more info. 
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  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: 
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.   
Volunteer at "Reading Rocks!"  This summer program runs from June 11th - July 30th.  12 noon to 1 PM.  Stop by the Counseling Center for an application or go to or call the Education Foundation at 245-4133 for more information.  Volunteering looks great on your resume or college application.  We hope to see you this summer!
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 
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 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 
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: for more information.  Scholarships and travel grants available.  See your counselor ASAP if interested. 





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Senior High Activities Schedule

  • MONDAY – May 18
    Regular Schedule
    TUESDAY – May 19
    Orchestra Spring Concert 7:00
    WEDNESDAY – May 20
    Awards/Scholarship Assembly 1:00 – main gym
    THURSDAY – May 21
    SOFTBALL – State Tourney @ Missoula
    FRIDAY – May 22
    TRACK – State Meet @ Kalispell  10:00
    SOFTBALL – State Tourney @ Missoula
    SATURDAY – May 23
    TRACK – State Meet @ Kalispel  10:00
    SOFTBALL – State Tourney @ Missoula
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  • MONDAY – May 25
    MEMORIAL DAY – No School
    TUESDAY – May 26
    Choral Pops Concert 6:30
    WEDNESDAY – May 27
    Senior Class Breakfast – Courtyard 6:30 am
    THURSDAY – May 28
    Senior Finals
    FRIDAY – May 29
    Incentive Day
    Senior Finals
    SATURDAY – May 30
    SUNDAY – May 31
    Graduation @ Metra Park 6:00
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