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  • SCHOLARSHIPS AND HONORS

    Seeley-Swan High School and the Missoula County Public School District wish to recognize and thank the following entities for their generous scholarship awards to the 2014-2015 graduates of Seeley-Swan High School.

    Jonathan Carl Dodd 
    (Parents: Rudolph (Buster) McQuarters and Alicia McQuarters)
    Lions Club Merit Scholarship
     
    Amber NicoleFitzgerald 
    (Parents: Kelly Fitzgerald, Patricia and Frank DeLeo)
    University of Montana William J. Gallagher Scholarship
     
    Skylar Philip Hoelstad 
    (Parents: Knut Hoelstad and Pamela Pohlman)
    University Academic Excellence Award
     
    Cole Martin Jungers 
    (Parents: Ed and Lesley Jungers)
    Anonymous Donor Scholarship Blackfoot Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Scholarship Governor's Best and Brightest Scholarship Lions Club Scholarship Missoula Community Foundation Scholarship Missoula Electric Cooperative Scholarship Montana State University Premier Scholarship Ron and Debbie Ogden Memorial Scholarship
     
    Shy Ann Murphy 
    (Parents: Gordon and Angela Murphy)
    Lions Club Merit Scholarship
     
    Micah Ryan Nicholas 
    (Parents: Dwight and Kari Nicholas)
    Academic All-State Award  Loving Heart’s Scholarship  Montana State University Premier Scholarship
     
    Hayley DeAnn Snobar 
    (Parents: Sam and Michelle Snobar)
    Flathead Valley Community College Scholarship
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  • Graduation
     
    Graduation will be on Sunday, June 7th at 1:00.
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  • Yearbooks

    Students...make sure to order your yearbook with Mrs.Stout before they are all gone.  The cost is $45.  They will arrive the first week in June
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  • Bear Aware

    Fish, Wildlife and Parks is starting to see a shift of wildlife activity in the lower elevations including populated urban areas.  Missoula residents must be diligent about containing attractants – no open garbage stored outside, no bird feeders, etc.

    In addition, it is recommended that parents or adults accompany young students to and from bus stops.

    Remember, you can access information about wildlife activity and make reports on the http://missoulabears.org<http://missoulabears.org/> website.

    There are also helpful tips about human interactions with wildlife in urban areas on their website at http://fwp.mt.gov/fishAndWildlife/livingWithWildlife/.
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  • Traffic Education Summer Registration 

    Start:  June 15, 2015 (Approx 6-Week Session)

    Morning Class:  9:00 a.m. 
    Instructor:  Gary Dalton 
    8 max students 
     
      Register Now   
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