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School & September 27, 2012 Sports Seventh graders visit Yellowstone BY MARK BRODERSON Earlier this month, 21 of the seventh grade students were given the opportunity to visit Yellowstone National Park. This opportunity began during their sixth grade year while they were studying earth sci- ence. With donations from Yellowstone National Park and the Crook County School District the class was able to make the trip. Even though there was a lot of prepara- tion, the trip officially kicked off Friday morning in front of the school loading the bus for a 5 a.m. departure. The trip included a trip over the moun- tains on Hwy. 14 and a scenic collecting water Students samples near Norris Hot Seventh graders on one of their hikes. Sprlngs. Crook County School District No. 1 - October SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY i:r  c,;E v, 'V ,,  route through Shell Canyon. The students arrived at the La- mar Buffalo Ranch were they would be spending the week- end at approximately 3 p.m. The park rangers took over immediately and began ex- plaining the rules of the park and the responsibilities of the students shortly after arrival. For the next two and a half days the students were either learning in the bunkhouse of the ranch or hiking within the park. When the students were not in class they were cooking, cleaning or showering and pre- paring for the next lesson. The park rangers did an excellent job of keeping the students occupied and engaged during Sundance Sports Schedule 14 ;ee00 D 0028 jVgB-,- ,.,,D, 8 22 ,, y 4:C:. JH V BELE IH) 16 23 LJ "u (Hi - * M> c,O ,, p  :t,'q J,., J ... ,LIR_ .. PNNIiG DS N U vA : 9-I AM N iL.?,,: * ;C:A ;Ao. ,"n,i': .D Dr. 0 SCO0. OAR) :.N- D J ,vI 'Jvq'" i r" A, 77- "?;M  SCHOOL OAR) 2AN- 4 .z, r3OC: rt",i k ",/i OZ.?, iI END C; QUARTEb HS 5 W, PR:-::EG STE: "O. "SAJ HS FB  SCjT-:AST ;A 9/ !,, L ',i  T i) 4 .,, '., ("-2. R r S;SLUS(@ JFC'7 :(: &ki @ LX- A: r, (rr , H ,  L.F: .t times of events are subject to change their stay. Lessons included the history and the importance of national parks, the various types of hot springs, ecology, animal adaptations and tree identification to name a few. Students were led on hikes near Norris, Canyon Village and Tower-Roosevelt during their stay. Sept. 27 Junior High Football- 4:30 p.m. at Home vs. Lead Junior High Volleyball- 4 and 5 p.m. at Home vs. Twin Spruce B Sept. 28 High School Football - 3 p.m., Upton-Sundance US Patriots vs. Hilt City at Sundance Sept. 29 High School Volleyball- 1,2 and 3 p.m. at Big Horn Oct. 1 Junior Varsity Football - 4 p.m. at Sage Valley Oct. 2 SUNDAYMONDAY CC,Lf st',es to reid tl tai'f and dto t t dse of tobacco 7 TUESDAY WEDNBDAY THURSDAY erff cres ,s.t ' Home-] JHFB @ Sun,roe- 4:C T ".'r " J I ,:SVB;mSa8nce I 4/5/6!HI / * AS-A 6:E m i," HS ;.OF '!0 . ] Coi,,zbus 3' F- ivy bs: HS Plann ng g : # " i m -,,g  FRIDAY SATURDAY HSCC a: Pir:!aver! i am, jHV : Huiett "r n 4/'/6' :s;nisc oi 12.i;2,  O";IE:::,?:,I b.S HSCC @ce: R:'x Corf It Hul 1:!0 ,. F :s I'" Hs ett :k 4:, ' T A q2D! 13 Sundance School Menu 14 i 5 eU" " r  ecofial rb B,* bcoo :taro l .c 18 "=,s ",r: mat; 'n 21 28 22 29 23 0  "r /5:C0 5 Em JOaner i. " 1 Senior Back Hs State Research ::' 6 s:00f .00ch:o, ,:r A 71 : !,",'re.:: .ackson ', ji i'# c.  ?, : timesiof events arelsubject to change High School Volleyball- 4, 5 and 6 p.m. at Moorcroft Junior High Football- 3 p.m. at Home vs. Moorcroft Junior High Volleyball - 4 and 5 p.m. at Home vs. Moorcroft Oct. 4 Junior High Football- 4 p.m. at Home vs. Sage Valley Breakfast Sep. 27 - Cheese omelet, whole wheat toast, fruit cock- tail, milk variety Sep. 28 - No School Today Oct. 1 - Cereal variety, whole wheat cinnamon toast, juice assorted, milk variety Oct. 2 - Country sausage gravy, baking powder biscuit, fresh strawberries, milk variety Oct. 3 - Cinnamon French toast, bacon sliced, apple- sauce, milk variety Lunch Sep. 27 - Beef and cheddar on a whole wheat bun, cu- SUNDAY 'h " ; CCSD#I s,es to re a staff , , that e use ef toba is p,r@te  all ,hoot prop@ 7 t4 MONDAY HerffJones heretor seniors !-2 p.m, 21 28 8 Sch Board Mtg6 FM 0"at Surdance Elmnta/ 22 N TFAH ,N HOUSE TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY JHVB@Wright4,3/5 * JHFB atWri 4:30 prn Great Northern BookFair at Hu!et: ool, H,IB at Upm 4"5 * JHVB v, Mocrcrdt(H) 4O/5 16 Ho#,s,hcts Phtogra#hy indivial pictures/team and gps ' %(AB 0 Geat Noherr Bc4 Fair at Hulel Schcol, TRIAD Meeting Hule 17 23 3 ALL TCHERS IN HOUSE, JHGBB Tri @ ' t o I Hlett ..,:00,4;5 JHR Quad @ Sage Valley 4 pm 31 JH TRI AT HULFFr :@]i5/6 1 HSCCAT HULEG 130 pro, JHFB AT MOOR4pm 18 TBA' ENDOF i w QUARTER 5 HSFBATFAON !2pro * H'B V CLEARMONT (H) 5pm 2 jHVB Dids at Sdn- cane i pm 9 HSVB REGNAS at GilleEe (Hule,:t Hos) o JH Distrid Music Chic @Sumdance HSVB VMIDWESTIH} z:CC1 1 HSFB V DUBOIS ill' I! art- Pink Ecnt .B V Er: 0 HSVB REGiONALS at G'llet:e (Hute Hc.:s', , HSCC STATE A " c, I 1. ,  ,* MEETEFSEE : am 26 Hg#BSTAATPER 21HSVBSTTEAT SPR TBA, ALL TEACHERS IN TBA, WR ::iso HOUSE NEA, HSFE nvite @ T,,/n re 9 am FIRST ROUND PLAv- OrrSTBA NO SH&OL .ZAFr Wf;,K times of events are subject to change cumber salad, pork & beans, apricots, milk variety Sep. 28 - No School Today Oct. ! - Sweet & sour chicken, brown rice, California blend, carrot sticks, pineapple tidbits, milk variety Oct. 2 - Whole wheat rolled franks, sweet potato crisscuts, coleslaw, fresh melon mix, milk variety Oct. 3 - Whole grain chicken patty on a whole wheat bun, Romaine salad, oven fries, fresh strawberries, banana, milk variety Classifieds are a great deal at just 35 per word! 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