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 April 17, 2019


World
Host Families
Wanted


Learn about another culture when you host a student from Japan this summer. Students stay in Montana for one month to experience what it is like to live with an American family. Program dates are July 22-August 17, 2019 and delegates range in age from 12-16. Families with children who are within 2-3 years and the same gender as the person they host are encouraged to apply. To apply, contact Stephanie Davison at sdavison@montana.edu or 406-994-3502 or go to https://www.states4hexchange.org/apply/host/.

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Another Host
Family Opportunity


There is a group of ORCA Exchange Students coming from France June 15 - July 8th. There are 3 boys and 1 girl all age 13 - 15 left . They all speak some English. There is also a chaperon that is fluent in English that comes with them and stays with me. So you do not need to speak French to be a host family. They come with their own spending money and medical insurance. Their main reason for coming is to experience the American teenage way of life and practice their English. All you need to do is welcome them into your home as part of the family. If you would like to host a student or know someone who would (they can live within 150 miles of Billing) please contact me, Jan at 670-8137 or e-mail jjppc@hotmail.com.


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Students
Lockwood March
PRIDE Students

The March Students of the Month were: Alyssa Albright, Angelina Azure, Kyleigh Boheman, Elizabeth Buckalew, Gracie Dague, Darius Edwards, Damian Evangelista, Alex Holguin, Quinn Isakson, Paige Kuntz, Tyler Lawver, Bailey O’Donnell, Emma Painter, Brandin Rowley, Layla Serrano, Ashley Sherrodd, Riley Shreeve, Tehya Simpson, Andrew Strever, Mikayla Teter, Kinzie Turner, Kiara Waters, Lillian Zahn. Students are selected by the staff for exemplifying our Pride acronym.

Positive attitude
Respect for self and others
Involved in learning
Determined to succeed
Empathy for others

Drive Slowly
Slow Down and
Don't Block Traffic
School Speed Limit is 15 MPH


The speed limit in the parking lot is 15 mph. Please make sure when dropping your child off in the parking lot that you pull into the designated drop off areas or a parking place. This is for the safety of your child as well as someone else's.

DO NOT STOP IN THE
MIDDLE OF THE
PARKING LOT AND BLOCK TRAFFIC
TO DROP OFF OR PICK UP YOUR CHILD.

Track

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at Skyview
at Laurel
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