Medicine Lake School District #7

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  • Medicine Lake School

    January 23, 2017

    Hall duty:      Noon School:

    Mrs. Harris       Mrs. Olstead

     

    Monday, January 23                     

    HS/EL basketball practice in Froid

    HS/EL basketball practice in Lake

    Speech/drama and Cheer practice in Froid

    Big Muddy FFA @ Lake

     

    Tuesday, January 24                    

    HS basketball @ Culbertson

    JV girls 3:30, JV boys 4:30, V girls 6:00, V boys 7:30

    EL girls basketball practice in Froid

    EL boys basketball practice in Lake

    Speech/drama practice in Froid

     

    Wednesday, January 25              

    HS girls basketball practice in Froid

    Speech/drama and cheer practice in Froid

    HS boys basketball practice in Lake

    No Elementary practice

     

    ***HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO DANICA BENTLEY***

     

    Reminder for those who put their name in the tournament book the cost is $5.

     

    Cookie decorating class February 11. 

    Anyone interested please contact the school or Alyssa Stromberg

    $20 for the class and a small fee paid the night of the class for supplies.

     

     

    Available Adult Ed Classes: Sign up in the High School Office

    AM Workout: Monday-Friday 6:00am-7:00am

    PM Workout: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:00-7:30pm

    Spin/sculpt: Tuesday’s 7-8pm, Thursday’s 6:30-7:30pm

     

     

    Lunch Today:  goulash, green bean, bun, peaches

    Breakfast Tuesday:  pancakes, sausage, fruit, juice

    Lunch Tuesday: fajitas, rice, salad, pears, bar

     

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  • Medicine Lake District #7 is a K-12 public, rural, fully OPI-accredited school.  The Medicine Lake School District is located in the town of Medicine Lake in Sheridan County.  Medicine Lake is located in the northeast corner of “Big Sky” Montana with a population of 400.  Medicine Lake is named for Northeastern Montana’s largest natural lake, which features natural beauty and wildlife.  The nearby Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge offers an opportunity for hunting, fishing, boating, ornithology, and photography.  The community of Medicine Lake is very supportive of the school district, which is tremendously appreciated.  Medicine Lake is classified as a Class C school district for participation in the Montana High School Association activities program.  

  • The Medicine Lake School District has 106 students enrolled for the 2016-2017 school year.  The District employed 17 FTE teachers for the 2016-2017 school year.

  • Website for Students and Parents about college: why to go, how to go, and how to pay for college or other postsecondary education programs. www.college.gov

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