Break-ins on campus
The administration would like to remind everyone to keep vehicles locked at all times. Three weeks ago, wallets were taken from an unlocked vehicle in the Bancroft lot, and a credit card from one of the stolen wallets was used at a local convenience store. The Missoula Police Department is investigating the situation, and believe the suspect is not a Sentinel student.
Art work display at ZACC
Sentinel artists will have their artwork on display at the ZACC. The exhibit opens next Friday and runs through the month of February.
SHS remains on top
Sentinel has the highest graduation rate in the state once again for all AA schools. Although the numbers are down from a year ago, we still have a graduation rate of 90.73 percent.
Amnesty meets tomorrow
meet in room 110 tomorrow at lunch, Feb. 17, 2017 to take action, save lives, and protect human rights.
SHS offers AP Capstone
Sentinel will be the first high school in the state to offer the AP Capstone Program. This innovative diploma program developed by the College Board allows students to develop advanced skills in research, collaboration and communication. To earn the diploma, students will need to earn a three or higher on six AP exams, including exams for the two courses that will be implemented in the next two years. Starting next fall, students can sign up for AP Seminar, which will be taught by social studies teacher Ezra Shearer. The following year, AP Research will be offered. For more information please see a counselor when scheduling.
Snowball coming soon
The Key Club SnowBall dance is March 4, 2017 from 7 to 11 p.m. in the auxiliary gym. Cost is $10 in advance or $15 at the door. This dance is a fundraiser for “Stand up to Cancer.”