The 4th graders did an amazing job with Notables!
3 months ago, Shelley Andres
Notables 2022
Notables 2022
Notables 2022
Notables 2022
The 4th graders did an amazing job with Notables!
3 months ago, Shelley Andres
Notables 2022
Notables 2022
Notables 2022
Notables 2022
Congratulations to a Bonner 6th grade student for winning 3rd place in the State Intermediate Division for the Keep Montana Green art contest! They received a certificate and a $50 prize. We are so proud of you!
3 months ago, Mrs. Zentgraf
keepmontanagreen.com
The fourth graders took their spring field trip with the naturalists from the Montana Natural History Center to the Rock Creek Confluence today! We caught and identified various arthropods. They also went on nature hikes while using their naturalist journals to record their observations of what they saw.
3 months ago, Mr. Neibergs
catching bugs
ducks
bug identification
Our third Grade class was given the opportunity to attend a field trip in Philipsburg Montana on Tuesday. We got to check out the Sweet Palace and see how taffy is prepared, made, and wrapped! We also were able to mine for Sapphires! Students came home with quite the collection of them! We had such a blast and the weather was absolutely perfect!
3 months ago, Josie Anderson
The Sweet Palce
Philipsburg, Montana
Mining for Sapphires
Mining for Sapphires
Congrats to Bonner Students who are finalists in the state-wide Meme-ory Contest, hosted by the Montana Memory Project, an online digital state archive. Click on the links below to vote for ALL or ANY of these four images (all made by Bonner Students). Click the "Thumbs Up" button at the bottom left hand side. https://www.mtmemory.org/nodes/view/93905 https://www.mtmemory.org/nodes/view/93952 https://www.mtmemory.org/nodes/view/93954 https://www.mtmemory.org/nodes/view/93957
3 months ago, Dylan Huisken
A buckin' bronco
When you realize you didn't do the dishes...
When mom makes chicken nuggets
A "casual" event
It was wonderful to have our students perform and to share music with you for our spring programs! Everyone looked and sounded great!
3 months ago, Cory McAtee
Music program
Music program
Music program
Music program
Our 3rd graders visited Phillipsburg yesterday to learn about the history of Montana sapphire mining. The sapphires were first discovered in Montana rivers during the gold rushes in the 1860's. We also got to visit The Sweet Palace to see how many of our favorite delicious treats are made! We had a blast!
3 months ago, Mrs. Washer
Mining
Mining
Candy
Playground
Kindergartners recently spent a sunny morning at the MCPS ag farm. We fed bread to pigs, pet a dairy cow, took a tractor ride, and saw many piglets and lambs. We had a great day learning about farm life!
3 months ago, Shelley Andres
Farm tour
farm tour
farm tour
farm tour
Fourth graders in 4N took advantage of the nice weather and went on a hunt for some angles. Students were challenged to search the playground and find right, acute, and obtuse angles.
3 months ago, Mr. Neibergs
Students on playground
students on playground
We would love for you to join us this afternoon Thursday, May 12th for our spring music programs! Grades TK-3 will perform at 1:00 pm and Grades 4-8 will perform at 1:45 pm. See you there! Mrs. McAtee
3 months ago, Shelley Andres
Last week 8th graders did a day-trip to Helena to tour the Historical Society Museum and meet with Kristen Juras, Lt. Governor of Montana. We got to tour the capitol building and sit in the official state meeting room while talking to the Lt. Governor. It was a blast and our students did great!
3 months ago, Dylan Huisken
8th grade in front of the Historical Museum
8th graders did a great job investigating the displays
Mr. Huisken attempting a selfie of the capitol dome (he missed)
8th graders meeting with the Lt. Governor at the official state meeting table
We would love for you to join us on the afternoon of Thursday, May 12th for our spring music programs! Grades TK-3 will perform at 1:00 pm and Grades 4-8 will perform at 1:45 pm. See you there! Mrs. McAtee
3 months ago, Shelley Andres
Butterfly Release
3 months ago, Heather Murphree
Butterfly Release
We would love for you to join us on the afternoon of Thursday, May 12th for our spring music programs! Grades TK-3 will perform at 1pm and Grades 4-8 will perform at 1:45 pm. See you there!
3 months ago, Cory McAtee
Our School Wide Read Aloud book this year was Words and Your Heart by: Kate Jane Neal. Students in TK - 8th all read the book in their classes and decorated hearts sharing their favorite thing about themselves. Those hearts are decorating our breezeway and they brighten my day as I walk through. We also had a drawing for teachers and students to win a copy of the book to keep in their classroom or at home. Here are a couple of our student winners!
3 months ago, Katie Nederhoed
School Wide Read Aloud book winners
School Wide Read Aloud Winner
Mrs. Hover's 4th graders celebrated 60 MyPath lessons passed in April with 100% accuracy. Each student put their initials in a bubble until we earned a root beer float party. Nice work, 4H!
4 months ago, Mrs. Hover
Celebrating these hard-working mathematicians!
Happy Staff Appreciation Week! We ❤️ Our Lumberjack Staff a latte! Thank YOU Blackfoot River Coffee Company for the thoughtful donation of a custom made coffee for each of us!
4 months ago, Shelley Andres
Lumberjack Appreciation Week !
BINGO!!!
4 months ago, Shelley Andres
Bingo winner !
Today our TK, 3rd grade, and 8th grade students MADE HISTORY by signing the support beam for Montana's new Historical Museum in Helena. The beam is on a statewide tour and came to us from Butte before heading on to Polson. We are the only school in the area that was honored with this opportunity!
4 months ago, Dylan Huisken
Signing the beam
3rd graders line up to sign!
Our TK students signing their names
Students got to see a sketch of the proposed museum