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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Rugby Public Schools students of the month for March

April 27, 2018 RHS Students of the Month for March Grade 7 – Mikaylee Livedalen daughter of Shane & Rhonda Grade 8 – Mika Guty daughter of Steve & Kindra Grade 9 – Cole Wentz son of Kelly & Jamie Grade 10 – Morgan... more »»

Rugby Public School district board meets

April 20, 2018 The Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education met in regular session last week in the boardroom at Rugby High School. more »»

Rugby Public Schools to extend school days

April 20, 2018 For a week and a half, school days at both Ely Elementary and Rugby High schools will be 35 minutes longer. more »»

Area CDA youth education contest winners

April 20, 2018 The local 2017 Youth Education Contest for the Rugby, CDA Court Little Flower, #1193 was held at the local level. Area Little Flower Parish, Little Flower School students, & CDA member participated. more »»

RHS students win at regional fine arts competitions

April 20, 2018 Speech The Region IV speech tournament was held Saturday, April 14, 2017, at Rolette High School. Students from seven area schools competed in this NDHSAA sponsored event. more »»

Little Flower 5th grader’s project helps others

April 13, 2018 On Thursday, April 5th Adison Dosch, along with her mom, Tonia and little sister Tallie presented Laurie Heilman, RN, Swing Bed and Chemotherapy Coordinator at Heart of America Medical Center with... more »»

32 RHS students to attend state music

April 13, 2018 Thirty-two Rugby students competed in the Regional Instrumental Music Festival at Langdon High School on Friday, April 6, 2018. more »»

School briefs

April 6, 2018 Little Flower Kindergarten registration Kindergarten registration for the 2018-19 school year at Little Flower Catholic School is set for April 9th - 13th from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the school of?c. more »»

RHS FBLA members attend leadership conference

April 6, 2018 Twelve members of the Rugby High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter attended the 51st annual ND FBLA State Leadership Conference and Competition in Bismarck, March 25-27, 201. more »»

The ‘extra mile’

April 6, 2018 For more than a decade, students in Julie Mosher's combined fifth and sixth grade class at Little Flower Catholic School in Rugby have been required to do a projec. more »»

Braaten hired as DCB farm & ranch business management instructor

March 30, 2018 Dakota College at Bottineau is pleased to announce that Sheila Braaten has accepted the Farm and Ranch Business Management (FBM) instructor position with DCB in Rugby. more »»

Miron receives Shively scholarship

March 30, 2018 Haylee Miron, Rugby High School senior is the recipient of the 2018 Carol Shively Memorial Scholarship. Miron will be attending the University of North Dakota in the fall of 2018. more »»

Wolford students perform at all-state band

March 30, 2018 Kiara Slaubaugh and Emily Yoder were chosen to participate in the North Dakota Junior High All- State Band in Mandan on March 9th at the Mandan High School.  Students from across the state auditioned. more »»

I Am Resilient

March 30, 2018 A new course is teaching high school students at Wolford about mental toughness. more »»

BAESLER: ESSA plans don’t tell full story

March 23, 2018 Last week I commented on U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ remarks at the Council of Chief State School Officers Legislative conference in Washington. more »»

Protecting children

March 23, 2018 “Times have changed,” said Sheriff Josh Siegler. more »»

Dollars for Scholars news

March 16, 2018 Julie Sjol and Paola Trottier of the Rugby Dollars for Scholars attended the tenth annual North Dakota Dollars for Scholars Conference held in Fargo on Saturday, January 20, 2018. more »»

March is book month

March 16, 2018 Every March, Imagination Library has their celebration month in Rugb. more »»

School board approves second readings

March 16, 2018 Second readings for three policies were unanimously approved in a regular meeting of the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education Tuesday morning. more »»

 
 

 

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