Roller coasters

I. Learn

February 1, 2016

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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 give the roller coaster a boost so it’s able to finish the whole length of track....

Zumba

J. Marengo

December 21, 2015

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Eat. Sleep. Zumba. Repeat. Zumba is being taught to Mrs. Ives’ seventh and eighth grade girls in P.E. in the health room by volunteer Jeanie Butler. “Zumba is aerobic fitness dancing inspired by styles of Latin American dance an...

Sixth Grade Engineering

E. Rehbein

December 21, 2015

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Mrs. Morrison’s sixth grade engineering students’ main project this quarter is building and designing treehouses. The students started by researching the structure and designs of different treehouses. They are working with a pa...

Quarter Classes

I. Learn

December 21, 2015

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Did you know that some of the classes at Polson Middle School are only nine weeks long? For example, in sixth grade, students have health, engineering, keyboarding, or choir for one quarter. For seventh or eighth grade, students...

Pirate News Network

M. Simpson, Writer

December 18, 2015

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5…4…3…2…1 Action! Have you ever wondered what PNN (Pirate News Network) is or how you can join next year? “PNN is about learning how to run a camera and have fun doing it. It’s about getting experience with filming,”...

Consequences of Bullying

N. Sharma

December 18, 2015

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Seventh and eighth grade students in Mrs. Ives’s PE/Health classes are learning about bullying. According to Google Definitions online, bullying is “using strength or influence to intimidate someone typically to make one do...

PNN

By T. Owens of The 7th Grade, wirter

March 30, 2015

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Polson Middle School has a class called PNN. "What is PNN?" you ask. Well, it stands for Pirates News Network. Still confused? PNN teaches students how to be television news reporters, how to use professional cameras, and to report...

Sledding Party

By K. Finkbeiner of The Hook, writer

March 30, 2015

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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 students earned marbles by using positive behavior in class. When the marble jar...

Gifted & Talented

By O. Jensen of The Hook, writer

March 30, 2015

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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 differently and some-times need alternatives." It is a class that often provides mor...

Honor Choir

By K. Spencer of The Hook, writer

March 30, 2015

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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 students included: Autumn Burland, Aubree Rob-erts, Ashlee Harp, Paige Mergenthaler...

Cardboard Arcade

Cardboard Arcade

March 30, 2015

Classroom