Interested in hosting a Japanese foreign exchange student for one week in October? Please see Mrs. Martin. This will be a great experience!
Get your Spirit spirit gear and get ready for homecoming at the Sentinel Booster Closet. Wednesday, September 24 at lunch and at open house. Friday, September 26th at lunch and at the Homecoming game that evening.
New Principal, Ted Fuller, likes Sentinel's positive and passionate attitude, and is investing in building off an already encouraging school. He is enjoying the staff and student's pride, and is excited in becoming a Spartan.
"Listen, learn, and building relationships is the priority for this year. Working together to write a new chapter is another goal I would like to achieve," said Fuller. "The staff and students are so positive; I'm just building off something that is already so great."
Brian Fortman is adapting well to his new job as Vice Principal at Sentinel High School. His main objective is to keep things going and to help our students become very successful.
According to Fortman, "I want to bring in what I know and what I've learned to help Sentinel as much as I can." He continued saying, "Each school is different and I hope my experiences will help bring something new to the table."
Margo Duneman has taught at Sentinel for 16 years. She is thrilled to take over as Sentinel's Vice Principal. She is excited about the new change and is happy about how friendly the newcomers are.
"I just want to see everyone succeed," said Duneman. "After being here for so long, I am just excited to be apart of the administration."
Photos and article by senior student, Makayla Crist
12:00 PM SHS - BSOC JV vs Helena @ Sentinel
12:30 PM SHS - VB JV vs Bozeman @ Sentinel