C. Garrick

    January 5, 2016

    New shoes now fill the halls of Polson Middle School. Each student here was sized and given a free pair of TOMS shoes. “We continue to do this each year because the students seem to like them and they are free to the school,” said Ms. Fewlass, one of PMS’s two counselors. “It happens once a year,...

  • Hat Day

    Hat Day

    E. Wall-Willbert

    January 4, 2016

    Hat Day at Polson Middle School took place on October 30, 2015. In order for students and teachers to wear hats, they were required to pay one dollar and put a sticker on the hat for proof that they paid. Some of the hats that students wore included: baseball caps, ski hats, crazy hats, and more. Ac...

  • Gavin Knutson

    Gavin Knutson

    J. Marengo and I. Learn

    December 21, 2015

    Many of you may know that Gavin Knutson competes in rodeos. Well, did you know that he won ten rodeo belt buckles, five this summer and ten altogether. The five he won this summer are: two team roping, one goat tying, one steer riding, and one all around reserve belt buckle (best in rodeo). The other fi...

    6th grader Gavin Knutson with his ten rodeo buckles.

  • Trinity


    M. Tenas, Writer

    December 21, 2015

    The two 8th grade boys’ basketball teams went to a tournament at Trinity Lutheran School in Kalispell December 3-5. Both teams started off by playing Kalispell teams. PMS Social Studies teacher, Mr. Dalbey’s team lost their first game, while Polson High School Earth Science teacher, Mr. Sitter’s team...

    8th grade boys basketball team celebrating their win at the Trinity Tournament.


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Operation Greenlight

E. Bjorge, Writer

People can replace their regular porch light with a green one to support veterans. Operation Greenlight is a way support the veterans around the world and as a way to say thank you.  The color green was chosen as a symbol...

January 5, 2016No Comments



C. Garrick

New shoes now fill the halls of Polson Middle School. Each student here was sized and given a free pair of TOMS shoes. “We continue to do this each year because the students seem to like them and they are free to the school,”...

January 5, 2016No Comments

The Halloween Dance

The Halloween Dance

M. Straub

“Watch me whip, whip; watch me nae, nae” echoed through the halls of Polson Middle School at the Halloween Dance. The school dance was for 7th and 8th graders and it took place Friday, October 30th, the day before Halloween...

January 5, 2016No Comments

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Rebecca Farms

I. Learn, Writer

People came from all over the U.S. to participate in an equestrian competition at Rebecca Farms on September 26-27, 2015. There were two categories of competition: hunter or jumper long. The differences between a hunter and...

December 21, 2015No Comments

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Band Concert

B. Iliff

Polson Middle School had a band concert March 8, 2016. The concert consisted of all of the bands including: 6th grade band, Percussion, Symphonic, Jazz, and Concert Band. The ...

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Piano Recital

Music is in the air! Piano music performed by several Polson Middle School students echoed through the walls of First Baptist Church during the winter piano recital. On December 7, 2015, over 30 piano...

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  • Roller coasters

    In Mr. Coble’s 8th grade science class, students learned how roller coasters operate. They learned that the first hill is the highest in order to gi...

  • Zumba

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  • Pirate News Network

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  • PNN

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  • Sledding Party

    Did you go sledding this winter? Mrs. Duford’s 5th grade class did and they had a blast. Mrs. Duford’s class sledding party happened because stude...

  • Gifted & Talented

    The Gifted and Talented class is more commonly called GT. Ms. Fisher, the GT teacher says that "GT is about recognizing that some kids learn different...

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    Honor Choir is an event happening once a year for 24 chosen Choir students from each Montana middle school, grades four through eight. The sixth grade...

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