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Dino-Mite

The Rugby High School hosted the annual STEM Camp on July 30 through Aug. 3. The theme for this year's camp was "Dino-Mite STEM Camp," giving those involved a chance to learn about dinosaurs, fossils, geology, and more.The camp ran each day from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Students would fill their time ...

Rugby Public School District receives Striving Readers Grant

The research is clear on the importance of literacy. It is particularly important for students to develop early literacy skills to be successful in school. If a student is not at grade level for literacy by grade three, we know that they are at risk of struggling throughout their school ...

School board denies softball addition

Softball will not be added to the list of spring sports programs at Rugby High School.In a meeting of the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education Tuesday morning, the board voted 3-1 against approving a motion to add softball. Board member Dustin Hager made the motion and was also ...

Two meetings for Rugby school board

The Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education held two meetings back to back Monday morning in the Rugby High School board room.One was to canvas and approve election results for board seats representing precincts two and four, and the other was to discuss regular business.In the ...

News Briefs

More than 1.300 on UND Spring 2018 Deans ListMore than 1,300 students were named to the UND Deans List for the 2018 Spring Semester at the University of North Dakota. The Dean's List comprises students whose grade point average are in the top 15 percent of the enrollment in each of the ...

Ebach retires after 32 years

Rugby Public Schools would like to give a heartfelt thank you to Sharon Ebach. Sharon is retiring from Rugby Public Schools after 32 years of service. Rugby alumni will recognize Sharon as being one of the faces of the front office. Sharon has given our school system many years of dedication ...

Learning about Arbor Day

The fourth graders at Ely Elementary School met in the park Tuesday, May 22 to celebrate Arbor Day and learn about the value of having trees in our community, with Bismarck Community Forest Specialist Joe Nichols."Trees are very beneficial in clearing our air, slowing climate change, preventing ...

Interest growing in adding softball

"There's definitely an interest."Rugby High School Language Arts Instructor Shannon Miller said that Tuesday in a meeting with the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education in a discussion on the next steps for adding girls softball to spring sports in the future. Also in attendance ...

Little Flower marathon surpasses $15K goal

Rugby's Little Flower Catholic School held a bike and walk marathon last week east of Rugby on the Golf Course Road and trailway paths to raise funds for the school."Our goal was to raise $15,000 and we exceeded that amount, and are still accepting donations. We were very pleased with the ...