Our HHS tennis team is having an all-around awesome season! Here is the latest update from Coach Dufresne: Another wild week of tennis. The boys won duals against Loyola, Stevensville, and Corvallis, improving their record to 8-0. The girls won duals against Loyola and Stevensville, before losing a close one (4-3) against Corvallis, giving them a 7-1 record for the year. JV traveled to Butte Central where the boys won, and the girls lost. We have amazing student athletes on this team. Three of the varsity players, while managing their school work and playing tennis, helped lead the Science Olympiad team to the state title. Five of the JV players, while managing their school work and playing tennis, helped lead the Envirothon team to a state championship. I also want to recognize the bus drivers in our district for all that they do to help our students experience all the extra curricular activities available to them. The Butte trip meant the team spent around 900 miles on a bus in a five day span, which means bus drivers spent nearly 900 miles behind the wheel, driving our kids safely to and from. Our driver that morning had come back the night before from another trip, I believe taking the Science Olympiad team to Bozeman. Schools are short handed on a number of levels, unfortunately, and bus drivers are getting harder and harder to come by, despite their importance to our kids. So a huge thank you to those we have in our district. Finally, we’ve had some amazing team dinners this year. Numerous families have opened their homes and cooked dinner for a great group of student athletes, helping build a culture of togetherness and joy. The team dinners may honestly be my favorite part of coaching this year, because sports, like life, should be celebrated. And it’s always best to celebrate together.
29 days ago, Kelly Hanley
tennis team pic
The HHS Softball team is having a great season! Here is a list of scores so far from Coach Johnson. Go Broncs!
29 days ago, Kelly Hanley
Image of bronc logo and softball in a mit with list of softball scores
HSD3 Adult Education is now offering a 4 week long Beginning Pickleball class! It begins May 8, 2024. You can register here: https://hsd3.asapconnected.com/#
29 days ago, Kelly Hanley
pickle ball and paddle
HHS Parents and Students: MAP assessments for Freshmen and Sophomore students will be happening during Math and English classes May 6th-15th.
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
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Just a reminder that there is a Special Board Meeting/Work tonight at 6:30pm at the HSD3 District Office. You can always keep up to date on upcoming board meetings here: https://www.hsd3.org/page/board-meeting-list
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
meeting reminder graphic
School board election ballots have been sent out. They are due back to the County Election Office by 8pm on May 7, 2024. You can get more information on the election/ballot here: https://www.hsd3.org/page/school-election Also, you can learn more about the 5 candidates by reading the Bitterroot Star's "Meet Your School Board Candidates" story here: https://bitterrootstar.com/2024/04/meet-your-school-board-candidates/
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
School board election graphic
HSD3 Adult Education is now offering a Spring QiGong class! It begins May 1st. Sign up here: https://hsd3.asapconnected.com/
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
Adult education graphic
Congratulations to the Bronc Envirothon team for taking first place for the 4th year in a row at the State Competition this week in Great Falls! The team, including Chloe Greek, Lauren Nelson, Kinga Kari, Taylor Bratvold and Taylor Rosenberger, took first place overall. Lauren Nelson won the Aquatics division. Each member of the team came home with a $500 gift card! On the 2nd team of Payton Torres, Ashlynn Cross, Panni Kari, Alexis Anson, Laurel Stewart and alternate, Rhain Hollingsworth, Payton took first in the Wildlife division. The winning team has the honor of representing Montana at the International Envirothon in upstate New York in July! Go Broncs!!!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
HHS Envirothon team
HHS Envirothon team
Congrats to the HHS baseball on their great performances at the Frenchtown Showcase at Ogren Park! They beat Belgrade 10-4 on Friday and got another win over Polson today, 11-5. Go Broncs!!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
baseball in a glove photo
HHS Seniors: Don't forget to fill out the Senior Highlights form! It's your chance to share your accomplishments from HHS and let us know your future plans!! You can fill out the form here: https://www.hsd3.org/forms/senior-highlights-class-of-2024
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
Senior Highlights Page
Scores from this week's HHS Softball games. Go Broncs!!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
Softball scores
Softball Scores
Softball Scores
Softball Scores
The HHS Spurs Club has joined with HEARTism in promoting and hosting a Special Abilities Fun Run. The Spurs Club invites the community to participate...
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
SPURS fun run
CONGRATULATIONS to the HHS Science Olympiad team for winning the Montana State Science Olympiad competition for an amazing 6th time in a row!! We are so proud of you!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
HHS Sci O Team
HHS Sci O Team
HHS Sci O Team
HHS Sci O Team
HHS Sci O Team
HHS Sci O Team
HHS Sci O Team
HHS Sci O Team
HHS Sci O Team
HHS Sci O Team
Photos of the HHS Science Olympiad team competing at the state event at MSU today. They also got to see Bronc alum Cole Kimzey speaking at the Sci O Opening Ceremonies, representing the MSU Science Olympiad Student Club.
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
HHS Science Olympiad Team
Tennis recap from Coach Dufresne on their matches from last Monday and Tuesday: Whirlwind of two days for the tennis team. JV in Polson. Varsity in Dillon. Here are the vital stats: 510+ miles on the bus A 7:00am and a 6:15am departure A 12 hour day, followed by a 14 hour day JV - more wins than losses Varsity boys and girls defeated Dillon and Park 48 student athletes got to play at least one match Interaction with student-athletes from six different Montana schools It was a glorious two days. It was also a long two days. Slicing through the Big Hole Valley on the bus on night two, tired, listening to the excited buzz of the team, it hit me how important extracurricular activities are for our kids. It’s so much more than winning and losing, even though our society loves to put its focus there. Sports are important to their well-being and their sense of belonging. Sports are important for students to learn how to take risks and deal with adversity, and how to work toward a goal. They also teach, unequivocally, when done correctly, that the whole is always better than the sum of its parts. I am so darn proud of the 48 student athletes on this team for how they treat each other, and also for how they treat the athletes, parents, coaches and fans from the other schools. I am beyond excited for the culture they are building for the future of this program. I am also keenly aware of the opportunity I have to shape the lives of these young men and women, and the opportunity I have to allow them to shape mine. Apologies for getting philosophical, perhaps it’s the English major in me, perhaps it was back to back early mornings and late nights. More likely, it’s just that I wish the best for this great group of kids, from the most decorated athlete to the kid taking a risk in joining a team in a sport they have never played.
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
Bronc tennis banner
Reminder: Monday, April 22 is a PD Day
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
No school reminder
All HHS Seniors are required to complete and present a Capstone Project that is based on their personal growth over the last four years. Their topics focused on current interests and passions, personal growth, and future growth and were something that the students want to continue exploring and growing in after they complete high school. We had some ambitious projects from our seniors this year and have created a page detailing many of their projects. You can view photos and info on those projects here: https://www.hsd3.org/o/hhs/page/senior-capstone-projects
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
Senior Capstone photo
Details on the upcoming HHS District Music Festival:
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
District Music Festival graphic
HHS Parents & Students: Don't forget to check out our Daily Information Bulletin! It's updated every morning and has great information on all upcoming activities/sports, scholarship opportunities, student accomplishments and any schedule changes that may affect your students. You can access the bulletin by going to the HHS homepage and clicking on the "Daily News" quick button or by going directly to: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JoXRh9YAAw5vkTzHRgD_9XVslWamMFNwONlK-uAM_Ek/edit
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
HHS logo
HHS Softball schedule for the upcoming Frenchtown Tournament. Go Broncs!!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Hanley
HHS softball schedule