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Rugby Speech team takes first at regional meet

April 14, 2017 The Region IV speech tournament was held Saturday, April 8, 2017, at Rugby High School. Students from six area schools competed in this NDHSAA sponsored even. more »»

Rugby Public School Board discusses budget cuts and testing changes

April 14, 2017 North Dakota’s Department of Public Instruction, which Rugby Public School District’s grant money comes through, has received a 20 percent cut in their pass- through grants. more »»

Local youth education contest winners

April 7, 2017 The local 2017 Youth Education Contest for the Rugby, CDA Court Little Flower, #1193 was held at the local level. more »»

Progress in Education: growth model v. proficiency model Part 3

February 24, 2017 Welcome back to class everyone! Over the last two columns, I have talked about what the proficiency model is and what the growth model is. more »»

Dialogic questioning: A different approach to story time

February 24, 2017 I have four children under the age of 9 and both my wife and I work full time. I understand the “busyness” associated with raising children. more »»

Harmel, Rameden advance to state Spelling Bee

February 24, 2017 The 2017 Pierce County Scripps Spelling Bee was held Wednesday, February 22 in the Rugby High School auditorium. There were four participants total, three from Rugby and one from Wolford. more »»

Panther Vision available for community viewing

February 24, 2017 Rugby High School’s Panther Vision channel went live last Friday, February 17. more »»

Progress in Education: growth model v. proficiency model Part 2

February 17, 2017 Welcome back to class! In the last column I talked about the proficiency model through which schools are judged, and the ongoing debate among education professionals between proficiency models and... more »»

Rugby School Board discusses calendar changes and general funding

February 17, 2017 The Rugby Public School District 2017-18 calendar has been amended because of an extra day found in May. The day will be moved to March 29, 2018. School will not be in session on that day. more »»

Progress in Education

February 10, 2017 I recently watched the Senate confirmation hearing with Betsy DeVos. For those that don’t know, she is Donald Trump’s nominee to run the United States Education Departmen. more »»

Dollars for Scholars chapter members attend conference

February 10, 2017 Alyson Schepp, Christie Jaeger, Danielle McCabe, Paola Trottier and President Chad Hager of the Rugby Dollars for Scholars attended the ninth annual North Dakota Dollars for Scholars Conference hel... more »»

Tradition and Pride

January 27, 2017 (This article was originally in the 1-21 edition. It was reuploaded due to an error. The Tribune apologizes.) This past weekend the Rugby Wrestlers and boosters hosted their annual tournament. more »»

Changes made to school makeup days

January 20, 2017 Due to last week’s two-hour late start, Rugby Public School District is now up to six hours (Dec 8, Jan 3 and Jan 12) of time to make up. This time will be made up by having school on Friday, Feb 1. more »»

Students from Rolette, Leeds to travel to Costa Rica

January 20, 2017 Nineteen students from Rolette and Leeds high schools will be traveling to Costa Rica in June, 201. more »»

School Board discusses received grant, returned funds

January 13, 2017 Rugby High School English teacher Ashley Stricker was awarded a $4,500 classroom build grant from the North Dakota Educational Technology Council. more »»

Speech season starts this weekend

January 13, 2017 Speech season is starting up again, with the Rugby Speech Team traveling to Rolette this weekend for a first-timer's meet, which Coach Kyle Vareberg said is a "glorified practice. more »»

State One-Act play results

December 2, 2016 The 2016 NDHSAA State Class B One-Act Play Contest was held Monday and Tuesday, November 21 and 22 in Jamestown. more »»

RHS FFA’s AgMech team places at national competition

December 2, 2016 The Rugby FFA Agricultural Technologies and Mechanics team competed in Indianapolis, Ind., on Oct. 19 and 20. They represented the State of North Dakota for this year's competitio. more »»

Early Explorers receives federal funds

December 2, 2016     The Towner-Granville-Upham school district received a continuance for its Early Head Start program.     The Early Explorers Program received more than $. more »»

 
 

 

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