Helena School District Press

Posted on April 12, 2019

School District Administration Stresses Importance of School Resource Officers

Administration, staff, and students of the Helena School District know the important role our school resource officers play within our schools to help students stay safe and healthy.  Please click Superintendent Dr. Tyler Ream points out, “They’re a proactive part of campus safety with the relationships they develop with the kids.  They are an integral part of the team that works to support students.”  To read the full article, click HERE.

Posted on April 12, 2019

HHS Boys’ Basketball Team wows Fans off the Court

On most game days during the Helena High School boys’ basketball season, hundreds of fans fill the Jungle to cheer on the Bengals.  Fans know and appreciate the hard work, dedication, and selflessness that goes into a successful season.

What most fans don’t know, however, is that every Monday for the entire season, the cheering comes from all 17 varsity players, who volunteer their time at Bryant Elementary School, helping students with math, reading, PE, and according to the Bryant students, “just playing with us.”

Click HERE to read the full article.

Posted on April 9, 2019

CHS repeats Powerlifting Championship

Helena Capital Lifting team repeats their state championship and broke seven records.   To read more, click HERE.

Posted on April 8, 2019

Helena senior collects prom dresses for students to wear for free

As prom costs continue to rise, one high school senior has began collecting gently worn prom dresses for students to wear for free in an effort to make the rite of passage event more affordable to all.  To read the full article, please click HERE.

Posted on April 8, 2019

Helena students receive entrepreneurship award

It began in middle school for Olivia Bratton and Aspen Dean.  The dream to open a horse facility in Helena.  Recently, they were given an award for their idea.  To read more, click HERE.

Posted on April 5, 2019

Capital High Student hosts Prom for Students with Special Needs

High school student, Treven Maharg has developed a deep relationship with longtime friend, Tanner Davis.  It’s through this friendship with Davis, who lives with Down Syndrome, that Maharg borrowed the idea from Tim Tebow to put on a prom for people with special needs.  According to Maharg, he “…liked the idea [of Tebow’s Night to Shine], so he took it and turned it to our own Helena scale.”

Everyone who attends is dubbed king or queen, and each attendee is gifted with a crown or tiara and a boutonniere or corsage.

This is the second year Maharg has organized the event.

This article was published in the Helena Independent Record, and Treven was awarded KFBB’s Monthly Shining Star.

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