Did you catch us on KTVH last night? HHS students in the Culinary Arts program research and plan a lesson each month for the Central School 4/5 Montessori class. The curriculum is outlined for each month including subject connections, learning objectives, lesson ideas and recipes by the Harvest of the Month Project leaders at Montana State University. According to coordinator and one of this year’s HEF Distinguished Educators, Joan Leik, “the high school students have had a great experience and are very excited each month to work on a new lesson. It’s such a great opportunity for the high school students to experience teaching and the elementary students to see them as mentors.” We agree!
In previous years, Mock Trial students had to travel to neighboring states to participate. Thanks to a partnership with State Bar of Montana, the state’s first Mock Trial took place at the Capitol over the weekend.
HHS sent two teams to the championship round! The winning team consisted of Grace Johnson, Sage Eck-Miller, Dakota Franklin, Ivan Kloberdanz, Lauren Irwin, Morgan Hill and Isaac Nehring.
The second place team included Caitlyn Sena, Caitlin Matthews, Herman Haw, Tamara O’Leary, Hailey Brewer, Greer MacDonald, Alana Rotter.
Watch all four of our Helena teams compete in the divisional tournament this weekend without changing out of your sweats! With a subscription through the NFHS Network, you can catch all of the games from your computer, tablet, or phone. PLUS, a portion of the subscription fee is donated back to the school of your choice!
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Students and staff from Capital High School participated along with nearly 200 other students and chaperones at the MBI Youth Days on February 19 in Butte. MBI Youth Days is a student forum for cultivating leadership skills, networking, service learning, and building confidence to make positive contributions to both the students’ school and community.
Presenters included former MT Tech coach Bob Green, Special Olympics Bill Salonen, and Restorative Justice educator Tony Williams, along with students from Butte High School.
The theme for the 2020 Youth Days was Leading through Relation-ships. Students will use what they learned to bring about positive changes in our school and build upon our Capital Code of Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be a Graduate through our MBI Youth Activation Committee, Student Council, Bruin Pure Performance and other school clubs and organizations.
This event was sponsored by the Office of Public Instruction and Colt Anderson’s Dream Big Foundation.