Bonner School wanted to give a big shout out and thank you to Payne-West Insurance and Heidi Hamilton. RAC, random acts of kindness, is a program that PWI does for non-profit organizations. Each employee gets $150 dollars to spend on a place of their choice. Heidi Hamilton spent her money on things such as tooth brushes, socks, sweats, deodorant, and other supplies for the students of Bonner. We are so grateful for generous community members like yourself. THANK YOU and Go Jacks!
over 2 years ago, Mr. Hamilton
Heidi, her son Mr. Hamilton, Ms. Cotner and some Bonner students!
Missoula Food Bank & Community Center will be distributing turkeys with the fixings, available to Missoula County residents this year. Sunday, November 21, 2021 9am - 6pm Missoula Food Bank & Community Center 1720 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT
over 2 years ago, Katie Cotner
Food Bank Flyer
There will be no salad bar until December 1st, unfortunately supplies are low at this time. Thank you for your understanding.
over 2 years ago, Shelley Andres
Parents & Guardians of 8th Graders: Missoula County Public Schools will be sending out high school enrollment packets to you home this week. These enrollment packets need to be completed and turned into me by Friday, December 3rd. Please don't hesitate to contact me with your questions. :) Katie Cotner School Counselor
over 2 years ago, Katie Cotner
High School Ahead Sign
“ Happy Veterans Day Mr. Al ” a common phrase heard in the Bonner School classrooms and hallways. The gratitude and honor in this simple phrase means a lot to veterans. Thank you Bonner students and staff for a great day that will not be forgotten. Special “Thanks” to Mrs. Adam and her class for decorating my office door and Mrs. Burgess for including Veterans in her class lesson today. Chief Master Sergeant Al Simons Retired Veteran & Technology Coordinator at Bonner School
over 2 years ago, Shelley Andres
 Chief Master Sergeant Al Simons Retired Veteran  & Technology Coordinator at Bonner School
Mrs. Zentgraf's World Cultures class enjoyed a student led lesson on Russian culture and language.
over 2 years ago, Mrs. Zentgraf
Thank you, Gwen!
Our theme for the October door contest was homecoming. Congratulations to Mrs. Nigh’s 5th grade class room and this month’s big winner!
over 2 years ago, Shelley Andres
October “Homecoming”door contest winner!
U of M themed door
MSU themed door
At Ms. Paden’s breakfast club, students followed verbal instructions while using creativity and collaboration to create “Cutie Spiders” for a fun healthy snack! If you want to try at home, we used 2 cuties, 2 mini marshmallows and 2 mini chocolate chips. (We might have used more marshmallows and chocolate chips to fuel us through the project!) Happy Halloween! 🎃
over 2 years ago, Shelley Andres
almost done
Check out the amazing carving skills displayed in Montana Living
over 2 years ago, Lesa Homer
Montana Living and their amazing pumpkins!
Have a safe and fun Halloween weekend!
over 2 years ago, Mrs. Adam
Bonner staff dressed up for a fun Halloween!
What: Trunk or Treat When: Friday, October 29th from 6:00-7:00 Where: Bonner School Playground
over 2 years ago, Shelley Andres
Trunk or Treat!
Check out the great pumpkins 🎃 carved by Montana Living!
over 2 years ago, Shelley Andres
MT Living pumpkins 2021
A huge shout out to our wonderful kitchen crew for getting our cafeteria salad bar up and running this week! We appreciate the love and dedication that goes into getting our staff and students fed!
over 2 years ago, Mrs. Adam
Healthy food choices are plentiful in our cafeteria salad bar!
Free- Coding Through Dance Workshop Girls Grades 4-6 See image for more info
over 2 years ago, Katie Cotner
Coding Through Dance Flyer
We have some super wonderful book characters in our Bonner Library pumpkin patch. Thank you to everyone that brought in pumpkins to decorate our shelves!
over 2 years ago, Katie Nederhoed
character pumpkins
More characters
The fourth grade recently took a field trip to Maclay Flats with our naturalists from the Montana Natural History Center. They were able to explore the structure and function of various animals, become experts on many different living organisms, and go on a nature hike in search them.
over 2 years ago, Mr. Neibergs
student working
structure and function of duck foot
Red Squirrel
These young men showed true lumberjack grit and battled through lots of adversity as a team but they never gave up. Proud is an understatement.
over 2 years ago, Shelley Andres
Football 2021
Football 2021
Football 2021
This is a wonderful way to start my day! Welcome back Lumberjacks!!
over 2 years ago, Shelley Andres
The Lumberjack Cross Country season ended on an inspiring note with almost all runners running their fastest paced for the duration of the 2 mile run. Though our team was small, we had lots of heart and were bursting with GRIT! The Jacks XC team worked hard every day of the season with long runs, mountain runs, intervals, and races. Great Job Jacks Runners!
over 2 years ago, Kristin Vogel
The boys ready to run in Corvallis
Go Team
Autumn Miller stretches before Mountain West xc meet
7th graders just finished reading the short story “The War of the Wall” by Toni Cade Bambara. The story is about a painter who comes into a community to paint a new mural, but finds that she is less than welcome. These students wrote six word theme statements about the story, and then used them to create a chalk mural on the sidewalks! Check it out!
over 2 years ago, Ms. Quinn
sidewalk mural
sidewalk mural
sidewalk mural
sidewalk mural