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TFJH Visits U of MT
Thank You MT GearUP!

Junior High Students visited University of MT and learned about all of the opportunities this Montana Public School offers. They experienced the media lab, athletics, and visited the Planetarium. This college visit was sponsored by Gear Up MT.

7th grade class camp out
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Our 7th grade class traveled to Big Prairie, up Thompson River, for an over night camp out and some outdoor learning.  Here a guest presenter from Bear Aware shared information regarding bears.

8th Grade Dam Walk
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Mrs. Toyias and Mr. Padden took 8th graders on their annual Dam walk to the Thompson Falls Dam for a combined science and social studies lesson. They learned about the plants, animals, and the history of the dam and Thompson Falls.

Science Olympiad
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Fifteen, 6th-8th grade students competed at Science Olympiad in Bozeman. They competed in events ranging from Anatomy and Physiology, Fossils, Forestry, Optics, Tower Building, Microbes, and Code Busters, to Experimental Design and several others. They placed 20th out of 37 teams overall. Eight of our sub teams placed in the top 20, with Wheeled Vehicle taking 11th and Human Anatomy taking 13th. 

GeoSpacial Skills Camp
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8th grader Cora Anderson makes a model of the globe during the GeoSpatial Camp this summer.

 

GeoSpatial Skills Camp
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Junior High students Nathan Baxter, Langdon Kenney, Lane Thilmony, and Billy Detlaff work to set up a remote sensor at the GeoSpatial Skills Camp.

Focus on the Freshmen
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8th Grade students spent most of the day at the High School recently, for our Focus on the Freshmen event! During the day, they toured the high school, participated in a fun school-wide scavenger hunt, and got advice from a panel of upperclassmen. It was a fun welcome for the Class of 2028.

Hot Chocolate Fridays
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December may bring cold, but at the JH, it also brings Hot Chocolate Fridays.  December at the JH is SUPER fun!

Camp Cooks
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Mr. Miller, our Head Teacher, shared some cast iron cooking with 7th grade students during their end of year, overnight camp out.

Students playing chess
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Mrs. Toyias is bringing back chess to the JH!! Day 1 and we have 17 students, so far, brushing up on their chess skills during lunchtime.  What a way to start 2024!!

Focus on the Freshmen
You're in Blue Hawk Country!

A few soon to be Freshmen took a break amid a day of fun get acquainted activities at the High School.

GeoSpatial Skills Camp
You're in Blue Hawk Country!

Students Cora Anderson, Analise Fairbank, Kandice Smith, Aubrey Baxter,  and Billy Detlaff setup and test a remote sensor at the GeoSpatial Skills Camp.

Focus on the Freshmen
You're in Blue Hawk Country!

A few soon to be Freshmen scouted the halls of the High School for pieces of the scavenger hunt.  The scavenger hunt and other activities were all part of the Focus on the Freshmen celebration to welcome the Class of 2028 to the High School.

Forest and Fauna Instruction
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Several guest presenters shared information about both forest and fauna with the Class of 2029.  What better place to learn this, than surrounded by it!

GeoSpatial Skills Camp
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GeoSpatial Skills Camp participants pose for a group photo with guest speaker, Kim Jacoby from the AIR FORCE OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH 

7th grade students examine various samples of scat
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7th grade students got a first hand, close up look at a variety of scat, all part of the outdoor learning during their overnight camp out.

Students ready to take an early morning dip.
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A few 7th grade students took an early morning dip  during their recent overnight camp out.  What an invigorating way to start the day!

Class of 2028
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After a Promotional Parade leading from the Elementary Campus to the High School, the Class of 2028 and their families enjoyed a BBQ picnic in the park to celebrate this next step in their educational journey!  High School here they come!

GeoSpacial Skills Camp
You're in Blue Hawk Country!

8th Grader, Audrey Fairbank and Mrs. Thilmony test an air quality sensor during the GeoSpatial Skills Camp this summer.

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