MCT performance on Saturday at 2pm!
4 days ago, Derek Larson
MCT Performance
Hello Tiger Family. Just a friendly reminder that Friday, April 19th is a normal school day for us. School starts at 8:00 and will end at 3:45 pm. On this day, St. Regis students will be beautifying St. Regis from 9:00-11:45 am (elementary) and 9:15 am-12 pm (secondary). We are inviting you to participate in this too. A BBQ lunch will be provided at the park at noon. Bring your gloves and smile and come help out.
7 days ago, Shaun
Hello Tiger Family. The late bus will be running 30 minutes later this week due to the Missoula Children's Theatre. The bus will leave the school at 5:45 pm. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Burklund at 406-649-2311.
7 days ago, Shaun
I wanted to pass along a wonderful opportunity to attend the FREE Airmen of Note Concerts while they are on tour in Montana this spring! Missoula - Sentinel High School, May 1st Butte - Butte Civic Center - May 2nd Bozeman - Wilson Auditorium in Bozeman - May 3rd Billings - Billings West High School - May 4th Reserve Your FREE Seats here: https://www.music.af.mil/USAFBand/Events/National-Tours/Airmen-of-Note/ Here is a clip of the group in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKW8pGDK5pY
11 days ago, Derek Larson
St. Regis School - Half-Day K changes to Pre-K Early Literacy Program. Please share with interested parties! This flyer is also posted on the St. Regis School website. Appointments must be made to schedule screenings, contact info on the flyer.
11 days ago, Derek Larson
St. Regis Early Literacy Program
St. Regis School - Friday, April 19th is a School Day: Please remember that next Friday, the 19th of April, is a School Day. There will be some community clean up during that day and the Band will represent St. Regis School at the District Music Festival at Sentinel HS. More information about both events will be forthcoming.
14 days ago, Derek Larson
St. Regis School - Missoula Children's Theatre materials are going home with the students today! The Permission Slip https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pEIwxpIiQO6dpmpqwol5RkXQ3GZPslFn/view?usp=drive_link and the Invitation/audition letters https://drive.google.com/file/d/10w1Rf_L0TcBhc6543qVeAAFRVPSiE1nl/view?usp=drive_link are linked here if the materials don't quite make it home!
19 days ago, Derek Larson
St. Regis School - There has been an uptick in attendance for lunch (outside of special events) by parents this year, which is both a blessing and a challenge. Due to the rising cost of food, we will be charging parents as we did before COVID. The cost for an adult meal is $4 at the present. Parent outreach activities and other events will specify if the food is free or if there is a charge for food at the event. Appreciate your understanding in this matter as all of our COVID funds come to a close.
about 1 month ago, Derek Larson
Hello Tiger Family. If you would like to order a yearbook, please do so by April 6th. Use the following link to place an order. https://www.treering.com/purchase?PassCode=1016916898012798 If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Phillips at 406-649-2311.
about 1 month ago, Shaun
Yearbook
St. Regis School - Portrait of a Graduate/Graduate Profile - A sample poster with the ideas that were sent out in the Google Form last week or so is at the office window. If you would like to stop by and see it and view the results (without names), it is available at the office whenever the office is open. Please sign the notebook saying that you have looked at it as part of our proof to the state that we are engaging community members in this process. This is a project in the works, so I will send out more forms in the future asking for input before we are required to submit the final draft.
about 1 month ago, Derek Larson
St. Regis School - Missoula Children's Theatre is coming to St. Regis School on April 15th through the 20th! More information will be coming home with your child soon and will also be posted online. Kindergarten through 12th grade can participate.
about 1 month ago, Derek Larson
We apologize for the increasing number of communications going out from the school. The state is asking us, sort of commanding us, to solicit the public for more input on everything we do, including processes that normally we would accomplish through a smaller representative of parties that express interest in taking part in these processes. We understand that receiving so many requests for information or for your input may be annoying or irritating and hope that you receive our requests in the spirit they are offered, to make the school better and to reflect community input in the normal planning processes.
about 1 month ago, Derek Larson
St. Regis School - Proposed Graduate Profile. As part of our accreditation this year, we are required to submit a Graduate Profile. Using the following link, please read the "big picture" ideas we've gathered from local input and see if you think it works for St. Regis before Thursday. Examples and some guidance from the Office of Public Instruction are included in the form. There are four questions and some spots for feedback. There will be an open session at the end of the week to look at the feedback we've gathered and move forward with a graphic to be approved at the board meeting next week. The state has set a deadline for submission of the March 29th. Please share this link with other community members that you feel may be interested in participating. https://forms.gle/5UT2SQsJkfDd8tSc9
about 1 month ago, Derek Larson
Parent and Guardians. We are in the process of developing next year's school calendar and we would love to hear what you have to say about it. Please take a few minutes and answer the 3 questions on the anonymous survey. The survey will close on 3/12 at 3:30 pm. You can access the survey at the following link: https://forms.gle/3p5GYeuj8duG8ZQJA. Thank you for your time. Mr. Ball (Schoo Principal)
about 1 month ago, Shaun
St. Regis School - Integrated Strategic Action Plan community work session 6pm tonight in the music room. We already have a potential plan created based off of results from the Comprehensive Needs Assessment sent out a few weeks ago. The results of the CNA will be shared at the meeting and can also be found in BoardDocs from our February Board meeting in the superintendent's notes and is linked below. The instructions from the state were to pick 3 goals from the CNA to address in this year, have an action plan in place to meet those goals, and then update the plans each accreditation year. If the plans meet the approval of the group, the meeting may be quite short, but the superintendent will be there to field questions and take notes for potential adjustments that may lead to another meeting before the March board meeting on March 20th to approve the ISAP. https://go.boarddocs.com/mt/stregis/Board.nsf/files/D2MMRT5C0788/$file/2024%20Acc%20CNA%20Results.pdf
about 2 months ago, Derek Larson
Now that we've received results from the Comprehensive Needs Assessment, the next step is creating our goals and action steps to meet those goals. This is more easily done in person. I have identified three goals from the CNA that we can target this year and am working on creating action plans to meet those goals so that we can quickly adjust or change parts of it out without having to put together the entire piece together from the ground up. The state would like us to track participation in this process with a sign-in sheet to prove that we have engaged the public in this process. The state has not said if they will keep the list of names private or whether it will be public record as to participation in this process. If we do not get enough names the state may mark us down on the accreditation process by saying that we are not involving the public in these decisions. So, even if you do not plan on participating in the adjustment of the document, please come and observe! I am anticipating that we can finish this product from beginning to end within an hour at most. If you can only come for a short period of time and sign in, that would help our numbers. Tuesday, March 5th at 6pm in the music room.
about 2 months ago, Derek Larson
Greetings We are experiencing increased illness in the schools. To help protect others from contagious illnesses, students should remain home until they: - Feel well enough to participate in class - Are fever-free (less than 100.4) for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication (acetaminophen or ibuprofen) - Are 24 hours after vomiting or having diarrhea - No longer have a persistent/uncontrollable cough or shortness of breath Contact your student’s medical provider for specific information on how to manage symptoms and to determine if additional intervention is needed. Some tips to help manage symptoms include: - Gargle with warm salt water or drink warm liquids for a sore throat. - Use saline (saltwater) nasal drops in the nose for nasal congestion - Run a cool-mist humidifier or run a hot shower to create a steam- filled bathroom for coughing and congestion - Increase fluids to prevent dehydration with all illnesses. - Offer small amounts of bland solid food, such as toast, crackers, rice, mashed potatoes, after vomiting ends & your student has an appetite. - Give acetaminophen or ibuprofen (never aspirin) according to package instructions to help with fever and aches. Everyone should get plenty of sleep, eat well-balanced meals including foods with vitamin c, stay hydrated, take a multi-vitamin if recommended by a medical provider, and manage stress. See the attached (link/document) for additional information https://co.mineral.mt.us/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Schol-Wellness-Tips-and-Illnesses.pdf Please notify the school when your student is ill. Thank you for reviewing this information. Take care!
about 2 months ago, Derek Larson
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(2/26/2024) Due to whiteout conditions, all WEST END students must get on the bus and go home today at 3:45 pm. There is not a late bus (5:15 pm) heading to the WEST END today.
about 2 months ago, Shaun
Friday School has been canceled on 2/23. Go Tigers!!!!
2 months ago, Shaun
All WEST END students must go home at 3:45 today ( 2/15/24) due to road conditions.
2 months ago, Shaun