Middle School academic bowl was held in the new gym Wednesday. Mission finished 2nd in the written portion and 4th in the verbal round. Thanks to Mrs. Doll for advising and putting this together. #gobulldogs
THANK YOU KPAX! This year, students were able to select two free books to take home with them at our book fair. This is all due to the generosity of KPAX! We are extremely honored to get this opportunity to put literature into our students hands. Thank you! KPAX visited our 1st grade today and Jill Valley read them a story! Tune in to KPAX today to see our wonderful school receiving these books! We can't say it enough - THANK YOU!
Mission boys take down valley rival Polson 68-62! Mission girls lost a heart breaker 54-55 after leading the entire game. Zoran L. may have set a school record by dropping 47 points tonight. #bulldogup
Athletics 1/23 - 1/28
Congratulations Ms. Frey on your most deserving award! We love you! Colleen Frey (left in picture) Big Sky Bright Light Educator pictured with St. Ignatius Elementary Principal Chantell Moore. Colleen is being honored with the Big Sky, Bright Light Award! Growing up in the Mission Valley has given this educator an understanding of the needs of the community, the people, the culture, and most importantly, the children. She is attuned to the diversity of the area and what that can mean to young minds. One size does not fit all and she knows what that means in the classroom. Following her mother’s footsteps in education, this outstanding teacher has been positively impacting the lives of others for three decades. In the classroom, she models a positive and supportive style that is encouraging to every child. Whatever the topic or curriculum need, she is on top of it. Her energy and dedication have touched the lives of hundreds of people. Throughout her long career she has been a mentor to others and a champion for the underdog. Colleen Frey is a truly wonderful educator and deserving of a Big Sky, Bright Lights Award.
The KPAX Book Fair is here!
No SCHOOL for students Monday Jan 23
Big announcement out of the high school. Mr. Oakland has started Trading Card Kids, a program where student-athletes who have chosen a drug and alcohol free lifestyle, work to promote those ideals with the younger grades in our district. These students will be presenting to an elementary near you. Students will also receive Mission Bulldog student-athlete trading cards, have the opportunity to get them autographed, and be able to hang and talk with these fine students. We’re excited to get this going and look forward to working with the younger students in Mission. #bulldogpride
Congratulations Zoran LaFrombois on winning 406 Sports athlete of Month in December!
Mission Athletic Schedule 1/16 - 1/21 Times and games have been adjusted below
Join us in remembering and celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Our 5th grade attending a virtual field trip provided by the Missoula Art Museum. They get to interact with a local artist and even participate in a lesson.
Parents/Guardians: As we finish out the first half of our year, we ask that you read these attendance statistics. As a district our student attendance rates are as low as they’ve ever been. Recovering from an absence is tough, and can create anxiety, stress, and be frustrating for students. We hope that we can all make a plan to increase attendance.
St. Ignatius Elementary Medical Emergency Update: Today we had a Medical Emergency in the St. Ignatius Elementary and an ambulance was called to the school. We are happy to report the situation was handled quickly, professionally and the response of the medical staff here at school and the local ambulance crew should all be commended. There is no reason for alarm or panic at this time.
Some great basketball tonight vs. T. Falls. Boys won 55-43, and the girls lost 48-51. They had a chance at the end, but couldn’t get the buzzer beater to drop. Wrestling Senior Night at home on Thursday. #gobulldogs
*Athletic Schedule 1/9 - 1/14*
January Lunch Menu
From Thursday night versus Arlee. Girls won 65-30, boys won 64-57. Hard fought battles. We need everybody to show up Saturday at home versus Ronan. First games start at Noon. #gobulldogs
A look at some middle school ledger art work from Mrs. Shelman’s classes. The art is overlayed on old Mission Schools grade book papers.
JV GIRLS basketball Thursday, January, 5th vs Arlee has been cancelled. The basketball schedule for Thursday, January 5th vs Arlee will be 4:00 PM JV Boys 5:30 Varsity Girls 7:00 Varsity Boys