Mini Bobcat Bulletin

Dec. 20, 2021

Fourth Grade Coin Drive Sucess

Thanks to so many of you, the fourth grade coin drive was a HUGE sucess. The students raised $1134 that was then spent on Christmas presents for many of the young people in our community. On Dec. 9th, the students went shopping around town to buy presents. These presents were then presented to The Lion's Club for them to distrubte as needed around Superior.

Thank you again for all of you that donated!

Christmas Break

Remember that there will be no school Dec. 23rd- Jan. 3rd. We will resume school on Tuesday, Jan. 4th. Our staff hopes that you all have an amazing break with your friends and family celebrating the holidays!

Staff Spotlight-- Samijo Firestone

Mrs. Firestone is in her 3rd year teaching here in Superior. We are very lucky to have her on our staff!

What is your position at the school?

2nd Grade Teacher, JH Girls Basketball Coach and Track Coach

Where did you go to college? What is your degree in?

I received my Bachelor's of Arts degree from the University of Montana.

What is your favorite food?

Interestingly I love most foods, but I especially love pasta and tacos.

What is your favorite thing to do outside of school?

Most of the time outside of teaching is spent with my family and dog. We love to be in nature enjoying all the beautiful things that it provides. A hobby of mine is painting.

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

I've always been fond of Greece and hope to visit some day. Other destinations that spark my interest are National Parks here in the states.

Why do you love what you do?

Teaching inspires me to be a better person. I love being a part of something bigger than myself and knowing that I can be the change or difference in a child's life. The joy and passion that they bring into the classroom can't be beat!

Why do you enjoy working at Superior Schools?

The staff and students were so kind and welcoming when I first started here. The staff here at the school do what is best for all their students and work very hard to involve the community. We strive to help every child find their place and be successful in life beyond school.

Christmas Concert

It has been an exciting week at the school as we have had the opportunity for represenatives from the Missoula Children's Theater to be at our school! Not only have they been working on the actual performance that will take place tonight but all of the class have been able to go and do some different acting excercises and fun has been had by all! We are very excited for the performance of "The Snow Queen" tonight at 7:00pm. The students have been working hard after school all week to get ready. The cost of admission will be $7 for adults, $3 for students, and children 5 and under are free.

Counselor's Corner

“We are continuing to learn self-control with the Zone of Regulations. Keep up the great work during our break!”
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Upcoming Important Dates

Dec. 23-Jan. 3rd- No School- Christmas Break

Jan. 4th- First Day Back to School

Jan. 17th- No School- Teacher PIR

February- I Love to Read Month!

Feb. 18th- No School

December Bobcats of the Month

December's trait of the month was generostiy. We are so lucky to have so many students who are wonderfully generous, more than could be recognized. The following students were recognized for the generostity that they show their fellow students.

Greyson Crawford

Aiden Kruger

Evie Stroot

Evy Kemp

Brylin Allard

Eli Labbe

Aiden Wickham

Brayden Green

Carlee Kovalsky

Caleb Durovey

Ka'Lani Culp

Lily Jasper

Tyler Mellen

Isaiah O'Neel

Leyna Vigue