Refiner and Wildcat Extracurricular Activities for Sept. 27-Oct. 2 Friday, October 1 XC @ Great Falls Anaconda Golf Course JH VB @ GFCC 4pm B/5pm A Saturday, October 2 JH Football @ North Star 10am HS Football @ North Star 1pm Please note that picture day for JHVB and JHFB will be Tuesday, October 5.
over 2 years ago, Dan Nau
The Sunburst School District was notified today by the Toole County Health Department that there have been a few positive cases of Covid-19 in our schools in the past week. At this time they are not notifying close contacts or issuing quarantines for close contacts. If your student is showing symptoms of Covid they are recommending that you contact your family doctor or the Toole County Health Department. If you have any questions please get a hold of me at the high school at 937-2811 or contact the Toole County Health Department.
over 2 years ago, Tyler Bucklin
On Friday the cross county and football teams partnered up with the Lions Club and helped with the highway cleanup. Thank you students.
over 2 years ago, Jeff Nix
Highway Cleanup - FB & XC teams
Class of 2022 Parents: The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form will be available to fill out on October 1st. The deadline for your child to be considered for Federal Student Aid is December 1.
over 2 years ago, Natalie Kerfoot
Juniors and Seniors participated in the College Fair in Cutbank yesterday.
over 2 years ago, Natalie Kerfoot
Learning more about their futures!
Sometimes it takes teamwork to make the dreamwork!
Sunburst Schools is pleased to announce that we have partnered with Lindsay Sandon Photos + Design for all of our school, extracurricular, and athletic photography needs for the 2021-2022 school year. Picture day for individual and class photos will be on Monday, October 11, 2021. Picture packets will be coming home with your child on October 1, 2021.
over 2 years ago, Dan Nau
Picture Day
Senior families, the College of Great Falls is offering a Financial Aid Information Night. The event is an online, one-hour presentation to help you understand the basics of federal financial aid. The virtual sessions are Monday, October or Tuesday, October 19 from 6:30-7:30. Link for presentation is available at http://finaid.gfcmsu.edu.
over 2 years ago, Natalie Kerfoot
The seventh grade class has been working on their writing, speaking, and collaboration skills. Keep an eye out for the vlog-podcast.
over 2 years ago, Trish Bergstrom
Google meet screen
planning session
student on the computer
I’ve taught library for several years. Every year, the kindergarten class has had a different personality.This year’s class likes to get in a line, so I can read them a page from the book they’ve checked out for the week.
over 2 years ago, Trish Bergstrom
this page please
children holding books they’ve chosen
3rd Grade just learned how and why flowers are pollinated. Students made flower models out of paper and bees out of pipe cleaners. They flew their bees from flower to flower and observed what happened to the flower's pollen during the process. So cool!
over 2 years ago, Hali Richmond
Flowers
Pollinating
Pollinating
Today was College Day at NTCHS
over 2 years ago, Jeff Nix
College Day at NTCHS
Middle School  Students plan on college too, even from home
Mrs. Ryan with the Sophmores
Mrs. Nix with science students
7th graders making and looking at plant cells through microscopes in life science
over 2 years ago, Alex Aschim
7th grade life science
Refiner/Wildcat Extracurricular Activities for September 20-26 ***Tuesday, September 21 JH Football vs North Star 5pm ***Thursday, September 23 JH VB @ Power 4pm B/5pm A ***Friday, September 24 JH VB @ Dutton/Brady 4pm B/5pm A ***Saturday, September 25 XC HOST Sunburst Invite 5K (Sunburst, Cut Bank, Shelby, Cascade, Heart Butte) 11am JH girls 1130am JH Boys 12pm HS Girls 1230pm HS Boys
over 2 years ago, Dan Nau
JH Wildcat FB Info! Please see below for the JH Wildcat Football Itinerary!
over 2 years ago, Dan Nau
Wildcat FB Itinerary
Two coats were left at the Spark Park after Sunburst Fun Days this past Saturday, Sept. 11. If one of the coats belongs to you please see Lisa Hovland at the Sunburst Mercantile.
over 2 years ago, Dan Nau
4th Grade took on another science investigation to discover how to make it rain! In this lesson, students created and observed models to compare how the temperature of the ocean and the temperature of the sky affect evaporation and condensation.
over 2 years ago, Hali Richmond
Recording
Group Discussion
Making Observations
Making Predictions and Drawing Conclusions
MONTANA GIVES BACK ​OPEN - FALL 2021 WHAT: We are excited to open a celebration of community service around Montana this fall. High School Counselors asked us to help them connect students to community service options, so we jumped in to help! Join this chance to give back and invite your team and friends along. It is open to all students and to anyone interested in giving back! ​ ​Community service opportunity for students to gain credentials & an award for giving back! This is a great new way to boost a student's resume and scholarship applications. Free for students to participate and earn credentials. An overall High School Award will be given to the high school that offers the most community service hours! More information @ www.MontanaGivesBack.com ​ WHEN: Throughout September & October 2021* Main event is offered in September & October 2021 to win special gold, silver, & bronze awards and credentials. *This program will continue all year long for a general service certificate, but the specialized awards will only be given during the month of September & October 2021. WHO: All of Montana is invited! We specially focus this effort to give back in community service to High School students in Montana. Here is your chance to give to your community and Montana while also gaining a service miro-credential for your resume and boost your scholarship application! ​WHERE: Community services opportunities are available across all of Montana. You are welcome to choose the service of your choice to give back. See a list of ideas below. List of some example service ideas: Help clean up your neighborhood or community! Organize a team clean-up with your fellow classmates! Start a coat drive or student supplies drive to students in need. Help teach a child to read or offer free tutoring services or teach a child how to play an instrument Become a field trip chaperone Become a teen counselor to help mentor other students Join a group like Big Brothers, Big Sisters Donate stuffed animals to kids in hospitals or visit the local hospital residents. Organize a safe Halloween outing for kids in your neighborhood These are just a few...have fun and give back to your community and Montana as a whole! Here is your chance to join in this statewide effort to give back! WHY: Give back to your own community Give back to Montana Earn a "Certificate of Achievement" & Micro-Credential for your resume. Gain more reason to apply for scholarships HOW: Step 1: Find a way to give back to your community? Step 2: Do the community service in the month of September and/or October 2021. Step 3: Submit in an online form your total hours served throughout September and/or October 2021. Deadline to submit your hours: November 5, 2021. Step 4: Print off Certificate & use this micro-credential on your resume, in scholarship applications, etc.​
over 2 years ago, Natalie Kerfoot
Refiner & Wildcat Extracurricular Activities for the week of Sept. 13-19 ***Monday, September 13 XC @ - Shelby – Lake Shel-oole baseball fields JH Boys – 3:30pm HS Boys – 4:20pm HS Girls – 4:45pm ***Tuesday, September 14 JH VB vs. Heart Butte 5pm ***Friday September 17 JH VB vs. Cascade 4pm/5p ***Saturday September 18 XC @ Missoula – Mountain West Classic (UM golf course) 9:30am – JV Girls 10:15am – JV Boys JH VB vs. Belt 4pm/5pm FB @ Big Sandy 10am JH/1pm HS
over 2 years ago, Dan Nau
This afternoon we had a K-12 assembly to commemorate the 20 year anniversary of the tragic events from September 11, 2001. We detailed the tragedy, but highlighted the courage of our firefighters, police, EMT personnel, military, and so many others. We showed how when we are united, we can accomplish great things. We broke into buddy groups where each group contributed to a special mural (seen below). We saw the power of service and the importance of working together. We finished by all singing the Star Spangled Banner as a whole group to show our pride in our great country.
over 2 years ago, Dan Nau
mural
Sunburst Schools will be having an all school K-12 assembly at 1:50pm on Friday afternooon, Sept. 10, in the NTC gym to commemorate 9/11. Due to the assembly, all buses will be picking up all students from the high school. All students will be dismissed from the high school. Teachers will also walk students back to the elementary school for parent pickup, but they may not arrive back until closer to 2:40pm.
over 2 years ago, Dan Nau
assembly