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Little Library opens at Little Flower

October 7, 2016 Little Flower Catholic School unveiled its new “Little Library” Eager Readers Exchange program on Friday, September 30. more »»

J. Paris Mosley Scholarship Foundation Fund Available for North Dakota Students

October 7, 2016 Dr. C. Jean Mosley Hall, associate professor in the Department of American Sign Language/Deaf Interpretive Services at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) in Ohio, is taking applicants for the J. more »»

Grandparents Day celebrated at Ely Elementary

October 7, 2016 Ely Elementary celebrated Grandparents Recognition Day on Tuesday, October 4 and Wednesday, October 5. more »»

North Dakota studies comes alive

September 30, 2016 Little Flower School Grades 3 and 4 were able to attend the Norsk Hostfest on Wednesday, September 28. The class has recently been studying the ethnic heritage of North Dakota. more »»

Baesler: Help improve ND education

September 30, 2016 In May I announced that the Department of Public Instruction was beginning the process of revising North Dakota’s academic standards for math and English. more »»

7th graders enjoy Eco Ed day at Balta Dam

September 23, 2016 The 7th grade class at Rugby Jr. High attended the annual field trip to Balta Dam, as part of Eco Ed Day, on Friday, September 16th. more »»

Ag-mech team prepares for national convention

September 23, 2016 The State-winning Ag Mechanics team that will be representing North Dakota at the National FFA Convention in October spent a day with NDSCS practicing for the upcoming competition. more »»

FFA state range judging

September 23, 2016 The Rugby FFA Range team competed near Gladstone, ND on Thursday September 15th. Halie Schmaltz, Isaac Volk, Brady Volk, and Katherine Filler were the individuals who competed for the Rugby FFA. more »»

Annual homecoming parade soon to come

September 16, 2016 Rugby High School Homecoming will be holding their annual Homecoming Parade on September 23. The parade will begin at 2 pm and will take its normal route through tow. more »»

Get to know your Rugby Public School board (pt. 2)

September 16, 2016 DUSTIN HAGER is a Physician Assistant at the Heart of America Medical Center and Heart of America Johnson Clinics. more »»

School board meets in September

September 16, 2016 The Rugby Public School District School Board met Tuesday, September 13 at 7 a.m. in the RHS Board Room. more »»

NCEC hosting career symposium

September 9, 2016 Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) will be buzzing with energetic and enthusiastic students next Wednesday, September 14, when North Central Education Cooperative (NCEC) hosts its fourth annual... more »»

Get to know your Rugby Public School board

September 9, 2016 The Rugby School Board consists of seven members – Superintendent Mike McNeff, five district members and the business manager. more »»

Little Flower Catholic School begins 75th year

September 2, 2016 The children came, nervous, excited, and eager for the new school year on August 24, 2016, as they did 75 years ago when Little Flower Catholic School in Rugby, opened its doors for the first time... more »»

Besse earns PhD

September 2, 2016 Robin Besse recently successfully defended her dissertation and graduated from the PhD program in social psychology at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. more »»

Olson named Outstanding American History Teacher

August 26, 2016 The North Dakota State Society of the Daughters of Colonial Wars has awarded Brian Olson with both State and National Outstanding American History Teacher Awards. more »»

School starts Aug. 24

August 12, 2016 School is back in session starting Wednesday, Aug. 24. Principals, teachers and staff are busy getting ready for the upcoming school year, as a few changes are being made in the district. more »»

Rugby FFA takes fourth in land judging

August 12, 2016 Rugby, ND- The Rugby FFA Chapter hosted the 2016 North Dakota FFA Land Judging competition last Thursday. There were 75 students represented by 12 FFA and 4-H groups throughout the state. more »»



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