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On Friday, March 18, Stevensville High School competed in CheerFest at Fergus High School in Lewistown. It is the largest high school cheerleading competition in the state, with 16 schools competing. SHS won first in the Class A division, which was the largest category with seven other Class A schools competing. One of our members, junior Kayla Eyre, also won the cheer jump competition out of 108 other competitors. 12 of our 15 members are new to cheerleading this year. The three-minute routine included a cheer, dancing, and stunting, and was choreographed by our two captains, Tuesday Painter and Emma McKinley.
They fundraised all of their own money to go by running a Little Jacket Cheer Camp for K-8 graders. This was organized by Danielle Haacke for her senior project.
Check out the video clips (about a minute into the video) from his title match...
Big Shout Out!! Speech, Debate, and Drama team had a great showing at the state competition this past weekend. Stevi kids had a 6th, 4th, and 2nd place finishings along with 3 state championships in Dramatic Solo, Extemporaneous, and Impromptu. Way to go JACKETS!!!!
As written in the Ravalli Republic, "The Stevensville school choirs hosted a winter concert featuring the guests that made the purchase of new choir robes possible.
Randy and Brenda Bolton were honored for creating the Aaron Bolton Memorial Fund that granted $3,800 to Stevensville for the purchase of the robes and uniforms.
Stevensville schools choral director Kyla Morton said robes create unity....." to read more follow the link below:
News article below:
"This week's One Class at a Time winner is a Stevensville Special Education teacher in need of equipment to help soothe her autistic students.
Kristen Bogan has been teaching for over ten years and has several autistic students this year. She says she has always wanted a swing for her students.
Bogan has been using a freestanding tent to keep her autistic students calm, but says it is not as effective as the swings found in their homes.
Bogan received a $250 grant from Allegiance Benefit Plan Management and KPAX-TV, which means she can now bring the new equipment into her classroom.
"They like to go in a tight, confined space, and so right now I just have a little pop-up tent with a blanket on top," Bogan said. "That's what they have been using, and it's not nearly as effective as a swing to go back-and-forth and, make that motion.""
Story from KPAX