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From the beginning of time, people from all around the globe have (and currently are) pursuing creativity in their own way. Students today are able to pursue art and express themselves in so many new and fascinating ways. We are able to utilize our skills whether they are more digitally focu…

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Mrs. Benner’s third grade class has kept very busy recently learning many interesting new skills. The students learned the technique of pencil and lead drawing. Each student was challenged to sketch and shade in an apple using their pencils. Following their lessons in art, the students then …

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Lunch hour is one of the things students all over the country look forward to most. It is a time to take a break from your daily work, socialize with friends, and enjoy a good meal. With the introduction of new guidelines in the light of COVID-19 this year, Baker’s school lunch program has t…

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The Baker National Honor Society had the chance to welcome new members on Sept. 10, in the high school gymnasium. This induction ceremony is usually held in the spring, however it was put on hold this past school year during the quarantine shut-down.

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On Sept. 8, the Plevna FFA Officer Team came together to plan the upcoming Chapter Meeting. The team started by preparing a welcome for the new members and a welcome back for returning members. Along with Mrs. Menees, adviser, the officers also put together an agenda for the chapter meeting …

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We have great news to share with you today. Due to available waivers and procedural changes in the Federal Summer Food Service Program, the Plevna School District is eligible to participate in this program until the end of the calendar year.   

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Students participating in band this year have many new changes to look forward to, which include sitting six feet apart and wearing a mask, just not where you think it would be placed.

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The Lady Spartans’ 2020 volleyball season has begun and these ladies have already met several challenges in terms of practices and games. There are many new changes to address when playing either at home or at away games this season.

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Monday: Crunchy Hawaiian chicken wrap, sun chips, straw               berries & banana, chocolate milk

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On Aug. 3, Kim Cuppy and Mindi Murnion from the Fallon County Health Department came to Plevna School to demonstrate to the kindergarten class how germs travel.

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August 27, the juniors conducted an experiment that stressed the importance of following steps when completing chemistry labs.

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Due to the unfortunate requirement of having to go online at the end of last school year, the student body elections had to wait until the first week of this year. Normally the elections are held at the end of the school year, so that on the first day of school officers are already chosen an…

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On July 15, the Plevna FFA members were asked by Mrs. Menees to help with the cleaning up of the Plevna Ag Shop. Kalob Bollinger, Tristan Buerkle, Jenna Paul, Jaeda Paul, Jordan Paul, Sophia Schumacher, Madison Butori and Sophia Tudor were able to attend the event and help clean up the shop.…

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On June 19, at 7:30 a.m., Jaeda Paul, Jenna Paul, Chole Tudor, Sophia Schumacher, Dacy Buerkle, Nick Buerkle and Mrs. Schumacher left Plevna to go to the Milk Creek Reds Ranch where they would observe and learn about embryo transferring. Arriving at the Milk Creek Reds Ranch, they were greet…

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On May 27, members of the Plevna FFA, Mrs. Schumacher, Mrs. McSorley, and Mrs. Menees started breaking ground on a new garden for Plevna Schools. The team started at 8 a.m. by laying down cardboard to prevent weeds from growing on Plevna School’s plot of land, north of the school’s track.

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At school, children need to keep track of a multitude of supplies including binders, pencils, notebooks, erasers and more. All of these things need to be marked with their name, otherwise they could get lost or stolen. Here are two tools you can use to label school supplies.

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The Class of 2032 celebrated their graduation ceremony on the sidewalk in front of the Plevna School so as to maintain the required social distancing. Mrs. Bidwell gave the introduction followed by the kindergarten class singing “You’ve Got a Friend in Me”. Following this, the students prese…

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For Jade Melby, the end of decades working in the Industrial Arts program at Baker won’t be an ending. He plans to keep busy with his business, Melby’s Seamless Gutters. Jade and his wife, Shelly own a cabin at Rock Creek on Fort Peck Lake that they have been working on for years. After reti…

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Baker High School Business Instructor and BPA co-adviser Lynn Beach recently received some very exciting news. Will Rost, a student in her Computer Certification class, took the Microsoft Office Suite Word Certiport exam this year and his scores were submitted to determine if he would qualif…

Avery, Madison and Emma O’Connor learned how to make a pot holder and crochet a little! Avery made a pillow also! Photo submitted by Lynette O’Connor

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Please enjoy some of the off-site learning projects which the Plevna School students have been sharing with our staff. Parents, if you have any photos of what your children are learning/doing while school is closed, please send them to your teacher or psparks@plevna.k12.mt.us. It does not ne…

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The class of 2020 always knew they were special. Born in the shadow of 9/11, they grew up listening to their family’s stories of that day and the aftermath; they grew up listening to stories of how strangers stepped up to help out each other; they grew up listening to stories of why older si…

Please enjoy some of the off-site learning projects which the Plevna School students have been sharing with our staff. Parents, if you have any photos of what your children are learning/doing while school is closed, please send them to your teacher or psparks@plevna.k12.mt.us. It does not ne…

What do you do when it’s Cinco de Mayo and Taco Tuesday but because of the coronavirus you and your students can’t be in school? You offer your students a chance to do a Virtual Scavenger Hunt. Normally the students in Mrs. Bettenhausen’s Spanish classes would be preparing all types of food,…

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To paraphrase Sir Francis Thomas Bacon, if the students can’t come to the teachers, then the teachers will go to the students. Teachers and students alike are missing the connections and bonds they have worked months and in many cases, years, to forge. There is no teacher’s manual that can a…

The students in Mrs. Tunby’s first grade class recently had the chance to learn right beside their teacher....well, sort of. Mrs. Tunby based this lesson on the children’s book Flat Stanley. In this book, children are encouraged to share letters and stories of where they have taken the chara…

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As schools across the nation prepare for their last month of school, learning from home has become the norm. This is a challenging time for students, teachers and parents as they work diligently to meet the challenges they face. At first the idea of having a few weeks off from school sounded…

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While at first the idea of a “break” from school may have been intriguing and welcoming, most students, parents and staff agree on one common element-they miss their regular school routine. We are all social creatures; we enjoy seeing our friends and co-workers every day; we enjoy catching u…

Even though we are still working on off-site education, Mrs. Phelps’ National Honor Society has incorporated some bright spots into our communities by working on some community service projects from their homes.

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Please enjoy some of the off-site learning projects which the Plevna School students have been sharing with our staff. Parents, if you have any photos of what your children are learning/doing while school is closed, please send them to your teacher or psparks@plevna.k12.mt.us. It does not ne…

This is the last week of Senior Spotlight! Fallon County Times would like to congratulate all the Seniors for getting through a difficult year. Please be sure to watch for our May 15th issue for Class of 2020 Graduation Booklet!

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Teachers and students are finding unique ways to continue learning and growing during the quarantine. Perhaps students who live in rural communities like Baker have it easier than students living in urban areas because there is more for them to do outside. They aren’t cooped up in houses or …

Please enjoy some of the off-site learning projects which the Plevna School students have been sharing with our staff. Parents, if you have any photos of what your children are learning/doing while school is closed, please send them to your teacher or psparks@plevna.k12.mt.us. Thank you.