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3-28-15 School Briefs

March 27, 2015 Schepp, Tryba to compete at State Spelling Bee Rugby seventh graders Dawson Schepp and Victoria Tryba will compete at the State Spelling Bee competition in Bismarck, March 30, 2015 at the Ramkota... more »»

Speech team competes at Carrington meet

March 13, 2015 The Rugby Panther Speech team competed on March 7 in Carrington. In attendance were 14 other Class B schools and two Class A schools. more »»

Beyond the Classroom: Spring fever hits LFS

March 13, 2015 I think Spring Fever has hit the first and second graders at Little Flower School. In the first and second grade we have been working on descriptive writing. more »»

Speech competes at Berthold meet

February 27, 2015 The Rugby Panther Speech Team traveled to Berthold on February 21 for their Lewis and Clark Invitational Tournament. more »»

Rugby Schools celebrate National School Breakfast Week, March 2-6

February 27, 2015 Children who eat breakfast at school start the day ready to learn—reflected in higher test scores and better classroom behavior. more »»

Miller qualifies at Rolla speech meet

February 20, 2015 The streak continues. Another Rugby High School student has qualified for the state speech tournament to be held April 25 in Mandan, ND. more »»

Ding! Go the bells

February 20, 2015 more »»

FBLA chapter fundraises for March of Dimes

February 13, 2015 The March of Dimes is the leading non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. more »»

New mentorship program at RHS

February 13, 2015 It is my hope that by now, many of you parents have heard about our new mentorship program. The RHS Mentorship Program was implemented this past fall. more »»

Speech team competes in Devils Lake

February 13, 2015 With only three meets notched in their handles, the Rugby Speech Team has six state qualifier. more »»

Beyond the Classroom: 10 things to learn from other countries

January 30, 2015 You may be aware of America’s recent dismal performances on the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). PISA was created to compare educational systems across the world. more »»

Yoder selected for All-State

January 23, 2015 Kyle Yoder, son of Kim and Laura Yoder, of Wolford, has been selected to the 2015 North Dakota Junior High All-State Band. Rehearsal will begin March 13 with a concert following on March 14 at 3 p.m. more »»

Beyond the Classroom: N.D. standards developed in N.D

January 23, 2015 There will be a bill introduced into the North Dakota Legislature to stop North Dakota from adopting the Common Core Educational Standards. more »»

FFA members win awards

January 23, 2015 Mahle awarded SAE grant Rugby FFA member Kaycee Mahle recently earned one of the sixteen North Dakota FFA Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Expansion Grants given annually to sophomore and... more »»

Speech team to compete in Rugby

January 23, 2015 The Rugby speech team kicked off its season at a competition hosted by Rolette Public Schools on Jan. 17. more »»

LFS celebrates Catholic education

January 23, 2015 Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service is the theme of Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 25 through Feb. . more »»

School Briefs

January 16, 2015 Minn. State announces President’s List Minnesota State Community and Technical College has named 700 students to its President’s List for the 2014 fall semester. more »»

Beyond the Classroom: What’s up, Towner?

January 16, 2015 As the new semester begins, approximately 30 students in grades 8-12 will begin preparing for the regional Science Olympiad competition held on the campus of Minot State University on March 16. more »»



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