Please check out the Employment Opportunities tab for the various openings. Currently, we have the following openings for the 2024-2025 school year - Transportation Director, Head of Maintenance, Custodians, and Bus Drivers. Call Superintendent Casey Klasna for more information @ 406-682-4258.
11 days ago, Casey Klasna
Baby chickens have hatched! Mrs. Rice's 1st graders and Mrs. Klein's Kindergarteners are starting to see some baby chickens hatch! This chicks in the picture are from Mrs. Rice's class. She came in on Friday morning to find four little furry friends waiting for her in the incubator with one more pecking its way out of its shell. The students were so excited and anxiously await the arrival of their next group of feathered friends...some ducklings!
13 days ago, Brian Hilton
chicks
Please mark your calendar for the school board forum that will be on April 4th @ 6:30p.m. in the HS gym. Please come and meet the candidates and be informed before you cast your vote.
26 days ago, Casey Klasna
3rd grade students took advantage of a beautiful spring day on Wednesday and went outside with Elementary Counselor Mrs. Abbie McKitrick to write positive messages on the sidewalk outside of the Elementary school main doors. As you can see by the pictures, they did a great job! Unfortunately, 24 hours later elementary students were building snowmen at recess, and some of the awesome, positive messages were washed away, but that is spring time in Montana I guess! Great job 3rd graders and thank you for your efforts in spreading positive energy and messages!
29 days ago, Brian Hilton
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
Elementary students out enjoying the spring snow storm! I love the teamwork between students and staff out there building snowmen. The kids also know who to recruit to get the final piece (the head portion) put on the snowman. It helps when you have a teacher who is over 6' tall on recess duty - thank you Mrs. Klein!
30 days ago, Brian Hilton
s
s
s
The high school student council collected money today to donate to a local person who is fighting cancer. Students in grades 6-12 were able to wear pajamas, hats, and bring coffee for a dollar each. Overall they collected $527. Great job student council and Ennis students!
30 days ago, Mellissa Newman
Counting the money
The Kindergarteners took a trip to the Ennis National Fish Hatchery yesterday and learned all about what the staff does out there to be able to grow thousands of fish to stock rivers and lakes here and around the country. Thank you to the wonderful hatchery staff for taking the time to show our students around!
about 1 month ago, Brian Hilton
f
f
f
fish
Please check out the NEWS section for the school board meeting summary from March 13th. Call with any questions!
about 1 month ago, Casey Klasna
Mrs. Rice's 1st Graders have their Leprechaun traps all set for this weekend! I can't wait to see what they catch! Take a look at their awesome traps!
about 1 month ago, Brian Hilton
trap
trap
trap
Want to be part of an amazing team? Please check out the employment tab for current openings. We just advertised an assistant secretary position. Please contact Superintendent Casey Klasna at 406-682-4258 if you have any questions.
about 1 month ago, Casey Klasna
The Ennis High School boy's team placed 5th out of 43 teams at Academic Olympics! Congratulations boys!
about 1 month ago, Mellissa Newman
Academic Olympics 2024
Just a reminder that the next installment of the online Mental Health Series will be tomorrow evening at 6 p.m. via Zoom. This is a free parent support system that is put on monthly by the Cook Center. This month's topic deals with ADHD and supporting your active child. See image on how to enroll for tomorrow's Zoom meeting.
about 2 months ago, Brian Hilton
ADHD
The regular school board meeting is March 13th at 5:30p.m. in RM #3 of the High School. Please continue to check the events calendar for the various events going on at the school!
about 2 months ago, Casey Klasna
Congratulations to the Ennis Lady Mustangs on advancing to the State B basketball tourney in Billings. Please see the NEWS section for detailed information and the bracket! GO MUSTANGS!!
about 2 months ago, Casey Klasna
Congratulations to three of our Ennis Students on winning the first level of competition in the Elks Lodge Essay contest. The contest was to write an essay about what the Bill of Rights means to them. Their essays will go onto the next level of the competition. They read their essays the morning of February 25th at the Elks Lodge in Virginia City. Here are the winners from Ennis: Miley Doyle - 5th grade winner, Lily McCollom - 7th grade winner; Mason Nelson - 8th grade winner.
about 2 months ago, Brian Hilton
award
Congratulations to all of our Missoula Children's Theatre performers on their fine performance of Treasure Island last Friday! Students worked hard all week preparing for the two performances on 2/23, and each crowd was treated to an excellent musical as a result. Thank you to Abby Thomas for coordinating the events for the week, Ennis Booster Club for sponsoring MCT week, and to the many volunteers and businesses who provided lodging, meals, etc. throughout the week. A special thanks goes out to the following volunteers/businesses: Lure Me Inn, Brunner Studios, Burnt Tree Pizza, Nacho Mamas, Pic-A-Nic Basket, Tavern 287, Alley Bistro, Madison Foods, Plain Janes, Engel and Volkers Real Estate.
about 2 months ago, Brian Hilton
mct
mct
MCt
Check out the NEWS section for the tournament bracket for the Southern B Divisional this week in Billings. Best of luck to our Lady Mustangs!
about 2 months ago, Casey Klasna
Mrs. Croy's 5th grade class and Mrs. Myers' 1st grade class got together for a buddies activity the other day. Check out the colorful Skittle art! My guess is quite a few Skittles didn't make it into the artwork! :) Thank you, 5th graders, for working with the littles and providing good examples for them.
about 2 months ago, Brian Hilton
buddies
buddies
buddies
buddies
buddies
buddies
There will be a special board meeting on Tuesday, February 27th @ 5:30pm in RM #3 of the HS to accept supt. resignation, discuss supt. search, consider second reading of 8th grade participation policy, facility assessment contract with McKinstry, discussion of preparation for legislative session, hire 5th grade position, and consider retirement package. If you have any questions, please contact Supt. Casey Klasna.
about 2 months ago, Casey Klasna
The school board reviewed the American Rescue Plan and the Safe Return to school Plan last night at the school board meeting on February 12th, 2024. These plans were on the agenda for stakeholder input and the board decided to not make any changes to the plans at this time.. These plans were a result of our response to Covid and the ESSER money we were allocated. Please call the school if you have any questions!
2 months ago, Casey Klasna