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RHS seniors present Capstone projects

Rugby High School seniors presented the results of months of research and writing last Thursday night for their Capstone presentation, held at the school."This is their senior research project that they take on in my class," explained Language Arts Instructor and Advisor Leah Johnson, "It's an ...

Wolford, Rugby FBLA chapters send students to national conference

Two Wolford High School students will represent their town and state at the Future Business Leaders of America 2019 National Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas this summer.Seniors Koby Marchus and Zach Morrow attended the North Dakota FBLA State Leadership Conference earlier this month ...

School district meets with city P&Z

The Rugby Public School District made its case for closing a street and rerouting an alley to the city's Planning & Zoning Commission Monday evening at Rugby's City Hall.The commission, however, felt more information was needed before it could make a yes or no recommendation.School ...

Reading Month at Little Flower School

The month of March was filled with lots of fun activities from dress up days to building creations out of boxes with a team. We ended our celebration with a Beach Party. The students had a goal as a school to read 5,000 minutes this month, which they surpassed. They were motivated to read ...

School board approves alley reroute

The Rugby Public School District voted to begin the process of closing part of an avenue and rerouting an alley.In a regular meeting Tuesday morning in the Rugby High School conference room, the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education met with Citizens Committee members Cory ...

Dollars for Scholars receives $1K donation

The Rugby Dollars for Scholars Chapter received a $1,000 donation from Bank of North Dakota (BND) to distribute as a scholarship. Their collaboration with the high school and local community to host The Career Discovery ND, Financial Aid Night, and the College Application Month in 2018 allowed ...

Readers grant a community opportunity

You may remember that Rugby Public Schools was awarded a North Dakota Striving Readers Grant this past fall. It is a federal grant aimed at improving literacy from birth to grade 12. This a wonderful opportunity for our schools, but also for our community!Not only do we have some exciting new ...

School board approves first reading of foster care policies

During a regular meeting Tuesday morning, the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education approved the first reading of policies pertaining to students who are in foster care.The district is required to have the policies in place to meet its federal monitoring requirements.The ...

Ely fifth graders collect items for food pantry

Ely Elementary School's fifth graders teamed up with their schoolmates for their "Kids With Character" project in November and collected more than 1,200 food items for the Pierce County Food Pantry.But this year, the students had other helpers besides family and friends.Substitute teacher Carol ...