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Activities for the week of 1/15-1/20

Greetings all!

Tuesday 1/16: JHGBB vs. Ennis 4:00 and 5:00

Thursday 1/18: JHGBB @ Ophir 4:00 and 5:00

Friday 1/19: HSBB @ Shields Valley 1:00, 2:30, 4:00, and 5:30. (GBGB) Bus will leave 9:00. (Clyde Park)

Saturday  1/20: HSBB vs. Gardiner 4:00, 5:30, 7:00 (BGB), SDD @ Columbus Divisionals, JHGBB @ Harrison Tournament  first game at 9:00 bus leave at 6:30 am. Snowball following games.


Activities for the week of 1/8-1/13

Hello Wolverine Nation!

Here are the activities for this week at West Yellowstone Schools:

Tuesday 1/9: School board meeting at 6:30

Thursday 1/11: HSBB @ Lone Peak, leave at 2:00, dismiss 1:45. Boys JV 4:00, Boys Varsity 5:30, Girls Varsity 7:00.

Friday 1/12: Senior Class Dodge Ball Tournament at 6:00

Saturday: 1/13: HSBB @ WSS, GJV 2:30 BJV 4:00, Girls Varsity 5:30, Boys Varsity 7:00. Leave at 9:30.

Saturday: 1/13: JHGBB @ Granite Tourney, Leave at 6:00 First game at 10:00. 

Saturday 1/13: SDD @ WSS 8:10 AM. Leave Friday after school. 

Saturday and Sunday 1/13-1/14: XC Ski JNQ 10:00 am each day start.

Be sure and check back as  all times are subject to change. 




Regular School Board Meeting - January 9, 2018 - 6:30 PM School Library

The West Yellowstone School Board of Trustees will meet in a regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 6:30 PM in the School Library.

Agenda Packet


Drivers Ed

Traffic Education Parent Meeting will be Tuesday, January 16th at 7:30pm in the Library.  It is a mandatory meeting that must be attended by the participating student and legal guardian.  The cost of traffic education is $250 and must be paid by March 23rd, 2018.


First Semester Finals

Hello Wolverine Nation!

We are coming to a close with first semester and that means finals for grades 9-12 in their subject areas. Finals will occur the week of the 8th-12th and students will alternate between finals for their classes. Finals will occur on multiple days so it is important that students are in attendance for those days as finals account for a minimum of 10% of their final semester grade.

Finals can be stressful but solid sleep, a good breakfast, and adequate preparation can ensure success for your students. Please do all you can as a parent and student to see those scores take off upward!

Students in MTDA courses will be taking their finals on Monday the 15th and Tuesday the 16th unless other arrangements are made. 

Mr. Smith