THE 4TH QUARTER OF THE SCHOOL YEAR STARTED YESTERDAY! 3RD QUARTER REPORT CARDS WILL BE POSTED TO THE PARENT PORTAL AFTER SPRING BREAK. WE WISH EVERYONE A HAPPY AND SAFE SPRING BREAK! SEE EVERYONE IN APRIL!
West Yellowstone JH and HS Track Schedule 2017 season
Friday, April 7th: Absarokee Invite (@Columbus) TBD
Thursday, April 20th: Park High Invite (@ Livingston) 3:00
Saturday, April 22nd: Gallatin Valley Invite (@ Bozeman) TBD
Thursday, April 27th: Cougar Classic (@ St. Anthony) TBD
Saturday, April 29th: Manhattan Christian Invite (Manhattan) TBD
Saturday, May 6th: Dillon Invite ( @ Dillon) TBD
Saturday, May 13th: District Track Meet (Bozeman) TBD
Thursday, Friday May 18th 19th Divisional Track Meet (Frenchtown) TBD
Thursday, Friday May 25th 26th State Track Meet (TBD) TBD
Thursday, April 13th Livingston Middle School (Livingston) 10:00
Friday, April 21st Manhattan Christian (Churchill) 12:00
Monday, April 24th Dillon JH Invite (Dillon) 12:00
Saturday, May 6th Bozeman Lions Meet 9:00
Monday, May 8th Madison County Meet (@ Twin Bridges) TBD
THE 2ND SEMESTER 6 WEEK REPORTS FOR 7TH-12TH GRADERS ARE NOW AVAILABLE THROUGH THE PARENT PORTAL. THIS GIVES YOU A SNAPSHOT OF WHAT YOUR STUDENTS' GRADES ARE IN THEIR 2ND SEMESTER CLASSES AS OF MARCH 8TH. IF YOU NEED ANY HELP ACCESSING THIS REPORT, PLEASE CONTACT THE SCHOOL OFFICE.
A hearty well done goes out to the students who participated in the recent Science Bowl in Billings this past weekend! Mrs. Wilson revived the program and got 10 students down in JH and HS to participate. Glad to see the program back and get to practicing for next year!
It is almost that time again for standardized testing. We will be administering our Science CRT tests to 10th and 8th grades beginning on Monday the 13th and continuing through the 16th. You play an important part in helping students give their best performance on this important test.
Even though this assessment is a snapshot - one single perspective - it is important that our students have every advantage to do thier very best. There are many ways in which you can help your child put his/her best foot forward. The following can help set our students up for success.
The night before: make sure your child goes to bed on time so they are well rested. Keep your routine as normal as possible. Be positive and confident in the fact that you know your child will do his/her best. Plan ahead to avoid conflicts with the testing schedule.
The morning of: Get up a few minutes early to avoid rushing and that your child arrives at school on time. Have your child eat a nutritious breakfast. There is a strong correlation between eating breakfast and memory and cognitive function.
After the test: Talk to your child about her/his feelings about the test. Discuss what was easy and what was hard, discuss what they learned. Explain that performance on a test does not define him/her as a person.
Thank you for your continued support and involvment in your child's education. Together we can make a difference!