Big Sky Ski Education Foundation (BSSEF) is hosting its Annual Ski Ball fundraiser on Feb. 14 – the nonprofit’s biggest fundraiser of the year. The Ski Ball is going virtual, but the organization has creatively come up with ways for attendees to be engaged while socially distanced.
Aaron Weik has two first names. The other is Sergey – a nod to his roots that started far from the mountains of Montana or his Americana Minnesota upbringing.
Middle school students at Discovery examine different integrated theme units (science and social studies) through a Project-Based Learning (PBL) framework every eight weeks throughout the school year.
On Tuesday, Boyne Resorts announced a purchase commitment with CMS Enterprises, a CMS energy subsidiary, that 100% offsets electric energy at all Boyne resorts and facilities in North America as of Jan. 1.
It is a fact that Latinos are more at risk of acquiring and spreading Covid than non-Hispanic whites. It is also a fact that Latinos as a group are more resistant to the idea of vaccinations; up to 30% fewer Latinos opt into any adult vaccinations.
This week partners from Big Sky Resort Area District, Bozeman Health, Madison Valley Medical Center, Gallatin City-County Health Department, and Madison County Public Health Department met to increase cross-county collaboration for vaccinations in Big Sky.
The Big Horns Varsity boys solidly battled against the Gardiner Bruins. Aside from a second quarter slump, the boys showed real grit, including a nail biter of a third quarter. The varsity girls rallied after a sluggish first quarter and maintained that determination until the final buzzer.
These Volunteer Trail Groomers, “that have scarified blood, sweat and tears on countless cold nights to make the trails what they are today,” according to the Big Sky Community Organization (BSCO).
Two Discovery Academy students, Libby Flach and Alex Rager, were recognized for their artwork submissions to the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards are the nation’s longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for teenagers, and have recognized creatives like Andy Warhol and Stephen King.
Huge progress has been made on the groundbreaking project between Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley and the Big Sky School District thanks to dedicated volunteers. Still, there is work to be done. The project is meant to increase teacher retention by providing affordable teacher housing on school grounds.