Mrs. Lehnen, Bonner School secretary, always has a smile and kind word for everyone.
12 months ago, Shelley Andres
The smile behind the phone and mask!
Remote teaching is fun.
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
They are so engaged!
Remote teaching can be “sticky “!
I wish you could hear this interaction!
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
Remote teaching today at Bonner.
Parents of 8th Graders- keep your eyes peeled! Missoula County Public Schools will be mailing out high school enrollment paperwork to you this week! Can you believe we are already talking about high school!?! Paperwork will need to be completed and then returned to Bonner School. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Mrs. Cotner, School Counselor kcotner@bonner.k12.mt.us
about 1 year ago, Katie Cotner
Missoula County Logo
What remote teaching looked like today at Bonner!
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
5th grade math lesson in progress!
Getting geared up to teach!
Middle School Parents, here's your child's remote-learning class schedule. Remember, your child has live classes on their regular cohort days (M/T for Cohort A, Th/F for Cohort B).
about 1 year ago, Jim Howard
MS Class Schedule
This Little Lumberjack is engaged in her virtual classroom!
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
This Little Lumberjack is so engaged!
Attention Parents/Guardians: There is NO onsite school for Bonner students tomorrow, November 30th. Instruction will be delivered virtually through Friday, December 11th. Please have your child(ren) log into Google Classroom tomorrow after 12:00 for further directions from their teacher(s).
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
Everyone loves a parade!
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
After readingAfter reading Balloons over Broadway by Melissa Sweet Mrs. Burgess’s class created their own puppet balloons!
History and archaeology can be complicated. We often have mixed and broken pieces that we have to sort and reassemble in order to get even a blurry image of the past. 6th graders in Mr. Huisken's social studies piece together "artifacts" to experience firsthand the tedious skill of sorting, sifting, and reconstructing. This was a fun break activity (pun intended). Happy Thanksgiving!
about 1 year ago, Dylan Huisken
Starting at the base
Missing one small part after reassembly
Prepping the final piece!
Putting the pieces back
No school Wednesday, November 25 - Friday, November 27th
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
Turkey Time 2020
Let’s talk Turkey in TK
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
T is for turkey
TK creation
TK created turkeys!
Stuff the turkeys!
6th Grades in Mr. Huisken's social studies go old school, literally! Today they learned about ancient writing methods, clay tablet and all!
about 1 year ago, Dylan Huisken
Copying 5,000 year old pictographs.
Using a stylus to form pictographs
The tools of a scribe!
A typical day in 1M
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
Adding details to my writing!
Enjoying adding details to my story.
Using my resources to help me get writing ideas.
Adding descriptions to my story!
A typical day in KV
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
Practicing building my name!
Look what I know!
Math is fun!
How many dinosaurs do you have?
Learning is fun in KV
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
We can learn and have fun!
Learning is fun!
A typical day in 2H!
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres
We are hard workers in 2H
Missoula Food Bank will be distributing Turkey's and the fixings Sunday, November 22nd between 9:00-6:00. 1720 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT See the flyer for more info: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hwcmllGOblz9kcE0pB8ln1C_5nv5Z71l/view?usp=sharing
about 1 year ago, Katie Cotner
Missoula Food Bank Logo
We understand that after school child care is hard to come by these days! Check out this great opportunity through the Boys & Girls Club of Missoula County! Call 406-542-3116 or e-mail bgcmissoula@bgcmissoulacounty.org for more info! https://drive.google.com/file/d/18HqLRawmbv19_SAmn6jCSo0k4wG8JdWw/view?usp=sharing
about 1 year ago, Katie Cotner
Boys & Girls Bonner After School club logo
No school tomorrow Friday, November 6th!
about 1 year ago, Shelley Andres